soulhead1:

50 Cent to Star in a Disney Movie? @50Cent

Could you imagine 50 Cent playing a new Disney hero? Well, he’s been cast as a villain instead…in a way!

roadhawg1:

crescentmoon06:

by Mark Serfass on 500px

You can almost smell the aroma of burning coal….. p

except it’s not burning coal, the Cass County Railway Shays burn fuel oil.

(via heavywoodenbox)

diseonfire:

omgthatdressxx:

How to Pack Luggage?

Master level tetris.
diseonfire:

omgthatdressxx:

How to Pack Luggage?

Master level tetris.
diseonfire:

omgthatdressxx:

How to Pack Luggage?

Master level tetris.
diseonfire:

omgthatdressxx:

How to Pack Luggage?

Master level tetris.
diseonfire:

omgthatdressxx:

How to Pack Luggage?

Master level tetris.
diseonfire:

omgthatdressxx:

How to Pack Luggage?

Master level tetris.
diseonfire:

omgthatdressxx:

How to Pack Luggage?

Master level tetris.
diseonfire:

omgthatdressxx:

How to Pack Luggage?

Master level tetris.
diseonfire:

omgthatdressxx:

How to Pack Luggage?

Master level tetris.
tastefullyoffensive:

[lecoeurheureux]
fastcodesign:

No Instructions, No Right Answers: A 263-Piece Building Kit For Curious Kids
Rigamajig, industrial designer Cas Holman’s epic building kit for classrooms, makes you nostalgic for being a kid.

"Every time I see kids playing with Rigamajig, they make something I’ve never seen before. Wheels become cookies or monster heads," Holman says. "It allows for this great abstraction."

Read More>
fastcodesign:

No Instructions, No Right Answers: A 263-Piece Building Kit For Curious Kids
Rigamajig, industrial designer Cas Holman’s epic building kit for classrooms, makes you nostalgic for being a kid.

"Every time I see kids playing with Rigamajig, they make something I’ve never seen before. Wheels become cookies or monster heads," Holman says. "It allows for this great abstraction."

Read More>
fastcodesign:

No Instructions, No Right Answers: A 263-Piece Building Kit For Curious Kids
Rigamajig, industrial designer Cas Holman’s epic building kit for classrooms, makes you nostalgic for being a kid.

"Every time I see kids playing with Rigamajig, they make something I’ve never seen before. Wheels become cookies or monster heads," Holman says. "It allows for this great abstraction."

Read More>
fastcodesign:

No Instructions, No Right Answers: A 263-Piece Building Kit For Curious Kids
Rigamajig, industrial designer Cas Holman’s epic building kit for classrooms, makes you nostalgic for being a kid.

"Every time I see kids playing with Rigamajig, they make something I’ve never seen before. Wheels become cookies or monster heads," Holman says. "It allows for this great abstraction."

Read More>
fastcodesign:

No Instructions, No Right Answers: A 263-Piece Building Kit For Curious Kids
Rigamajig, industrial designer Cas Holman’s epic building kit for classrooms, makes you nostalgic for being a kid.

"Every time I see kids playing with Rigamajig, they make something I’ve never seen before. Wheels become cookies or monster heads," Holman says. "It allows for this great abstraction."

Read More>
fastcodesign:

No Instructions, No Right Answers: A 263-Piece Building Kit For Curious Kids
Rigamajig, industrial designer Cas Holman’s epic building kit for classrooms, makes you nostalgic for being a kid.

"Every time I see kids playing with Rigamajig, they make something I’ve never seen before. Wheels become cookies or monster heads," Holman says. "It allows for this great abstraction."

Read More>
fastcodesign:

No Instructions, No Right Answers: A 263-Piece Building Kit For Curious Kids
Rigamajig, industrial designer Cas Holman’s epic building kit for classrooms, makes you nostalgic for being a kid.

"Every time I see kids playing with Rigamajig, they make something I’ve never seen before. Wheels become cookies or monster heads," Holman says. "It allows for this great abstraction."

Read More>

fastcodesign:

No Instructions, No Right Answers: A 263-Piece Building Kit For Curious Kids

Rigamajig, industrial designer Cas Holman’s epic building kit for classrooms, makes you nostalgic for being a kid.

"Every time I see kids playing with Rigamajig, they make something I’ve never seen before. Wheels become cookies or monster heads," Holman says. "It allows for this great abstraction."

Read More>

poi-poi-motherfuckers:

kongoupak:

I actually had a vivid dream last night where kongou was real

(via nightmare-of-solomon)

kongoupak:

I’m not an RP blog, but the idea was fun to sketch.
kongoupak:

I’m not an RP blog, but the idea was fun to sketch.

kongoupak:

I’m not an RP blog, but the idea was fun to sketch.

(via the-soviet-engineer)

tastefullyoffensive:

Spotted outside a local restaurant. [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

Spotted outside a local restaurant. [x]