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human castle building

Spain has the coolest traditions. Between tomato fights and the running of the bulls you find this… Casteller.

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skate decks repurposed


(via Hypebeast)

The photos from this art exhibit blew my mind. I’ve never seen a more clever use of old and broken skateboard decks in my life. Although I’m not tracking 100% with the sustainability connection, the art is amazing.

The exhibit, titled HARVEST, was created by the artist haroshi and took place in Tokyo.
Learn more by reading the full Hypebeast article.

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Obama ollies out of an exploding helicopter over a shark while performing nunchuck tricks


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I had no idea.

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ewoks and almonds

hands up!
Photography is rad. From time to time I come across a photo that makes me realize the precision and timeliness of still moments. Pictures that have obviously taken a lot of time to set up, or those that may have merely happened by miraculous chance, cause everyone to pause a little bit longer and think how that photo happened. You begin to play scenarios in your head and asking yourself the question, “how did this happen”?

Well this series of photos from one flickr user (powerpig) are no exception. He either nurtured and tamed the neighbor hood squirrel OR he patiently and deliberately set up these scenes and photo opportunities to catch the little beast in the most amazing settings. If you ask me, either are incredible.

View more of this set here on powerpig’s flickr
here you go!

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