This Is How You Deal With People Who Don’t Park Between The Lines

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How do you deal with people who can’t park their cars? Next time, instead of cursing silently under your breath, leave this little passive-aggressive note under their windshield wiper.

Classic case in point. WHY?!


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Hopefully the driver of this vehicle will be shamed into better parking next time around.


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Here’s another car that got this note… only later to be seen flipped on a race track. Is this karma?


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If you think this is a good way of dealing with bad parkers, here’s a printable version for your very own use:

Via Pulptastic

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/11/this-is-how-you-deal-with-people-who-dont-park-between-the-lines/

V6岡田准一の格闘技スキルに驚き「プロとして通用するレベル」

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ドラマ「SP」シリーズをきっかけに武術を始めたというV6・岡田准一さん。今では「世界中の格闘技の名前を言える」と語るほどの格闘技オタクでもあり、「ジークンドーやカリの師範代の資格を持ち、初代タイガーマスクこと佐山聡が創始した格闘技『修斗』もマスター。さらに」・・ 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9051244.html

See How This Dilapidated Graffiti Filled Kitchen Got Transformed Into A Stunning Award Winner

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A dilapidated 1920’s house in Sydney, Australia, was in desperate need of saving. Its life for the past 10 years had been home to squatters and the homeless.

Situated close to the city, cafes and schools, the new owners looked past the crumbling walls, covered in graffiti, and believed it had great potential to be renovated into an amazing family home.

And that is exactly what they did, with the help of Minosa Design, who recently received top honors for the home’s kitchen at the 2015 Housing Industry Association Awards.

As the clients wanted this to be their forever home, the kitchen needed to cater to their busy lifestyle.

The open plan living space combines the kitchen and dining areas, which display both warmth and sleek aesthetics.

The kitchen has a large island, measuring in at approximately 13 feet (4 meters) in length.

A built-in wood dining table and window seat provide dining space just off the kitchen.

Here you can see the detailed patterns that have been included on the walls.

Windows allow natural light to pass through the dining area and into the kitchen.

Hidden lighting, above and below the cabinets, provide a warm glow in the kitchen.

One of the requirements of the home owner was to have the laundry included in the kitchen’s design. To solve this, a door that simply appears to be just another cabinet door, hides discreetly in plain site.

Opening the door gives you access to….

….a full laundry, with washer, dryer and additional storage.

Via Contemporist

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/11/see-how-this-dilapidated-graffiti-filled-kitchen-got-transformed-into-a-stunning-award-winner/

Vimeo Staff Pick: Part variety show, part skate video, and part…



Vimeo Staff Pick: Part variety show, part skate video, and part something completely different.

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/132542186802

Photographer Captures Both Sides of Emotional Hugs

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Care Deeply” is a series of photos by Thai photographer Patcha Kitchaicharoen that captures the simple fact that there are 2 sides to every emotional hug.

The 28-year-old Kitchaicharoen was scheduled to move overseas to New York City to begin her studies at the International Center of Photography School. Before leaving her life in Bangkok, Thailand for at least a year, Kitchaicharoen decided to invite her closest friends and family into the photo studio for a final photo project.

Kitchaicharoen set up two Canon 5D Mark III DSLRs on tripods on either side of the studio space and connected them to remote shutter releases. She then said her farewells to her loved ones and gave them goodbye hugs. At the same time, she triggered simultaneous photos with the cameras to capture the emotion happening on both sides of the embrace.

Kitchaicharoen later found out that her visa application had been declined, so she’ll actually be sticking around her loved ones for another year before hopefully enrolling in the program in 2016 (ICP School is holding her spot for her). You can find more of Kitchaicharoen’s work on her website.










Via PetaPixel, Patcha Kitchaicharoen, Bokeh

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/11/photographer-captures-both-sides-of-emotional-hugs/

「ちょまっ、どこいくのよ」いつでもどこでも必ず後をついてくるコガモ効果

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 いわゆるインプリンティング(刷り込み)というやつなのだろうか?ぼっちでうずくまっていた子ガモを保護したそうなのだが、これがかなり愛くるキュート。どこにいくにも、何をするにもきまってそばに密着素材。追尾機能がかなり高性能なのだ。
続きを読む

SOURCE: http://karapaia.livedoor.biz/archives/52204422.html

Curious Deer Photobombs Baby’s Photoshoot and Turns It into a Magical Portrait

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Photographer Megan Rion of Imagine That Photography was capturing 1-month-old Connor Rogers’ portrait when an intrigued woodland creature unexpectedly interfered. While Connor was serenely sleeping on a hay stack surrounded by gourds and autumn leaves, a curious deer name Maggie wandered over. When she was a fawn, young Maggie had been hand-fed and inevitably became comfortable with human beings.

Now, she wanders around Louisiana’s Sam Houston Jones State Park and occasionally shows up during Rion’s photoshoots. Even though Maggie has a reputation amongst parents who’d like her to be included in their child’s portrait, there’s no guarantee that she’ll turn up. However, when the deer does arrive, Rion makes sure that her assistant is close by her subject, since Maggie’s still a wild animal.

Fortunately, Maggie was nearby when the Rogers family was at the park with Rion. The photographer’s assistant lured the deer over with an ear of corn, which allowed the artist to capture the perfect shot. With her natural beauty, Maggie easily makes Connor’s portrait all the more magical.

Check out these other photo shoots with the adorable Maggie:





Via My Modern Met, PetaPixel, Yahoo Parenting

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/11/curious-deer-photobombs-babys-photoshoot-and-turns-it-into-a-magical-portrait/

Revealing Portraits of Heavily Tattooed People Who Normally Cover Their Whole Bodies

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For many people, their skin is a canvas on which to display beautiful body art. Some folks are satisfied with one or two tattoos, but others keep going until entire areas of their body are camouflaged in colorful ink. British photographer Alan Powdrill documents these brazen bodies in COVERED, an homage to those willing to go to the tattooing extreme. His series features two images per person: one where they’re bundled head-to-toe, and another where they’re showing off their complex tapestry of tattoos.


Photo © by Alan Powdrill

“My tattoos are part of who I am and I’ll always love my bodysuit now and when I’m 80. The love I get for what I look like is what it’s all about.” (Victoria, 37)

The revealing photographs demonstrate the complexity of human identity. To these people, clothes symbolize just one part of their lives. Powdrill’s subjects wear suits, tailored jeans, and pressed shirts—they are business professionals, hardworking laborers, and responsible parents. Wearing these garments make us view them in a certain way, one that reflects a “civilized” demeanor. But when they’re undressed, if offers a different aspect of their lifestyle, and begs the question: do we change our attitude towards a person once we discover they’ve got a giant tiger across their back? Also, can any one image truly reflect the complexity of a human’s character?


Photo © by Alan Powdrill

“I was 17. I hid the first few from my parents for many years and by the time they found out they knew this was going to be my life.” (Philip, 27)

Powdrill met COVERED’s subjects at tattoo conferences and on social media. As word of the project spread, he found dozens of people eager to show off their work. All of the portraits were taken outside of the sitters’ homes, and Powdrill accompanies each portrait with a meaningful quote from them, about their tattoos.

COVERED will be on view at Mother London starting November 11.


Photo © by Alan Powdrill

“I was 51 when I started and my father was already dead and my mum didn’t say anything as she was in the early stages of dementia.” (Graham, 58)

Alan Powdrill: Website, Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter


Photo © by Alan Powdrill

“I love being different and everyday I’m asked about them. Good tattoos aren’t cheap, cheap tattoos are not good.” (Izzy, 48)


Photo © by Alan Powdrill

“Me mum wasn’t happy at all about the swallow on my hand so I said ‘Look mum it’s not like I’m on the street doing heroin.” (Alex, 49)


Photo © by Alan Powdrill

“Can’t say what age I’ll stop. While there’s still space to fill, it’ll get filled. I don’t think my attitude will ever change.” (Michelle, 53)


Photo © by Alan Powdrill

“I was 14 and my mum said if I get another one she’d kick me out of the house.” (Simon, 45)


Photo © by Alan Powdrill

“They have given me confidence in life since my Crohn’s illness. I will love them in the future like I do now.” (Peter, 38)


Photo © by Alan Powdrill

“I’m beyond the stopping point now. It f****** hurts like s*** man but I wouldn’t change my look for the world.” (Unsal, 46)


Photo © by Alan Powdrill

“I started in 1963 when I was 14 and I don’t think I’ll ever stop.” (Dave, 66)


Photo © by Alan Powdrill

“I love the fact I’m middle aged, have a professional job, am surrounded by straight people and I have ‘No F****** Way’ tattooed on my chest.” (Bill, 59)

Via My Modern Met

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/11/revealing-portraits-of-heavily-tattooed-people-who-normally-cover-their-whole-bodies/

桜井和寿がNHKでカットされた発言をスガシカオが暴露 「当たり前だっつの、失礼なw」

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NHK「プロフェッショナル 仕事の流儀」で、Mr.Children・桜井和寿さんの発言がカットされていたことを、スガシカオさんが自身のTwitterで明かした・・・ 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9051319.html

Fat guy almost drowns with zipline fail.



Fat guy almost drowns with zipline fail.

SOURCE: http://gifsboom.net/post/132538727263