A MINIMALIST MANIFESTO
do what matters | remove what doesn’t | seek balance
A MINIMALIST MANIFESTO
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Workin late @pillarofsaltcafe  (at Pillar of Salt)
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facskoart:

New York


I’m going to NYC!
facskoart:

New York


I’m going to NYC!
facskoart:

New York


I’m going to NYC!
facskoart:

New York


I’m going to NYC!
facskoart:

New York


I’m going to NYC!
facskoart:

New York


I’m going to NYC!
facskoart:

New York


I’m going to NYC!
facskoart:

New York


I’m going to NYC!
facskoart:

New York


I’m going to NYC!
facskoart:

New York


I’m going to NYC!
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Space Egg
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vuenville:

Le Penhuel architectes - Maison du Temps Libre à Stains.
Photo credit: David Couisn-Marsy.
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archiscene:

Hazukashi House by Alts Design Office
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intooishun:

Diego Trincado Photography by Humberto Vanhuten
intooishun:

Diego Trincado Photography by Humberto Vanhuten
intooishun:

Diego Trincado Photography by Humberto Vanhuten
intooishun:

Diego Trincado Photography by Humberto Vanhuten
intooishun:

Diego Trincado Photography by Humberto Vanhuten
intooishun:

Diego Trincado Photography by Humberto Vanhuten
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Adult purchase of the day: this keyring!
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lemanoosh:

by Roshan Hakkim
lemanoosh:

by Roshan Hakkim
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userdeck:

Lima Housing Tower by Tammo Prinz.
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Exploring  (at Great Otway National Park)
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There was a shipwreck here back in the day. The passengers and crew had thrown a a party to celebrate the end of their three month journey from Britain. But fog obscured the coast and these headlands. The ship hit a rock and sank. Only two people survived. Tom floated beneath an overturned lifeboat for hours until he washed ashore. He could hear Eva yelling for help and swam out to rescue her. They took shelter in a cave and drank brandy. In the morning Tom hiked out to get help. We hung out in the cove where they washed ashore and I can tell you if it were me, Eva can swim her own way in, I would not go back out there. (at 12 Apostles)
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March 20, Great Ocean Road | I had a couple days off work so Chris and I did a mini road trip along the Great Ocean Road. We wound up here at the Twelve Apostles. We saw koalas on the side of the road, huge surf, crazy surfers, maybe a shark, giant trees, cool rock formations, ate seafood and drank beer. We just unplugged the car battery each stop and it managed the whole two days, thug life. (at 12 Apostles)