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As tall as five apples, and as heavy as three, Hello Kitty is a bright little girl with a heart of gold.

Hello Kitty in terms of apples. From an official announcement by Sanrio.

(Quote via Time.com, Images via Wikimedia Commons: 1; 2)

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cadmiumredcaulfield:

carlos jimenez cahua
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michelegabriele:

MICHELE GABRIELE

"SMOOTHIE-SMOKY" (A wonderful summer) 
 
Sand, soft drink bottles, bamboo

150 cm x 100 cm x 50 cm

2014 

 

Source: michelegabriele
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object: virtual - real - gone

object: virtual - real - gone

Source: theories-of
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63 Objects Taken From my Son’s Mouth by Lenka Clayton

Source: lenkaclayton.com
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elpaka:

the Aubergine Move 

elpaka:

the Aubergine Move 

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jkottke:

Bonsai! In! Spaaaaaaaace!!

Bonsai in space

This image is from Exobiotanica, a project that sent various plants about 100,000 feet into the sky.

Source: jkottke
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Lego ID guide by Lego Lost At Sea

In 1997, nearly five million bits of Lego fell into the sea when a huge wave hit the container ship Tokio Express, washing 62 containers overboard.

The Lego Lost At Sea facebook page was created by British writer and beachcomber Tracey Williams, who first started to discover pieces of sea themed Lego on beaches around her family home in South Devon, England in the late 1990s. She now lives in Cornwall, England where the shipwrecked Lego still washes up daily.

Source: facebook.com
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miscellaneous-art:

Jar (“Albarello”) with a Shepherdess lifting her skirt, ca. 1500-1520 (Renaissance). The Walters Art Museum

Source: miscellaneous-art