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August 15 2014

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nichotep:

zebablah:

is this snake fucking serious 

like was that actually fucking necessary 

Are you saying that if you were a snake, you wouldn’t do this?

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July 17 2014

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July 06 2014

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February 12 2014

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Tags: tiles flowers
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July 27 2013

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May 21 2013

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DAYUMN. Love this dress.
(via Diversexity)
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March 11 2013

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January 19 2013

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Cartoon Network Block Bumpers
Omg anyone remember these?
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November 17 2012

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Recycled tables from Barcelona's modernist cement floors

Encaustic cement tiles (AKA hydraulic cement tiles, baldosas hidráulicas, hidráulicas de cemento, mosaico hidraulicos) were popular in the later 19th century and early 20th century all over the Mediterranean and in the former Spanish, French and Portuguese colonies. They are created without glaze or a kiln, but instead the colorful material- ground marble, Portland cement or natural earth pigment- is set with a hydraulic press and the tiles are left to dry like regular cement.

Barcelona resident Bénédicte Bodard sees these tiles as an important part of the city's past and when she began to notice quantities of them in the trash- victims of remodels or an aging floor- she invented a method to rescue what she could. She began to create tables out of the antique tiles, at first for her home, and later to sell under the name Mesa Bonita.

October 12 2012

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May 29 2012

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Just an old saying.
characters look a tad bit like danbo though except not completely square
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October 04 2011

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The Green Seamless Solution To Solar Panels Is Blue: Solé Power Tiles

Solar panels are not very attractive additions to one's roof.  Don't get me wrong, I'm all for energy savings and I have to admit to having two solar panels on my own tile roof, but they distract from its natural beauty.  That's just a fact. 

So I was just waiting  for an invention like SRS Energy's new Solé Power Tiles that can be seamlessly integrated with a tile roof.  Solé Power Tiles are a beautiful green solution, but they're blue. 

 

 

SRS Energy teamed up with US Tile to integrate its polymer tiles into the size and shape of US Tile's clay tiles, so that the complete results would show a seamless interface.  Believe it or not, a good part of the tiles on the roof above are real clay tiles, glazed blue, while only about 20 percent of the roof is Solé Power Tiles.

Here's how the set-up works...

 

 

 

It looks much better than the raised solar panel on the right.

 

 

But you have to want a blue tiled roof;  Otherwise, the Solé Power Tiles look like this...

 

 

And then you've got some blue tiles sticking out like a sore thumb on a beautiful rustic red clay tile roof.  Understand you also have to replace your entire roof to get Solé Power Tiles.

So, I'm waiting for the next invention: solar tile roofing that can be purchased after market and can, at least, blend with the roof I spent a fortune on already.

http://inventorspot.com/articles/blue_roof_37037 - Source

May 05 2011

thatsridicarus
That Is So Fetch
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