Bavuldan Çıkan Koltuk: The Suitcase Chair
Muhtemelen bu bavul ve bu koltuk döşemesi ilk üretildiklerinde, günün birinde bir araya geleceklerini hayal bile edemezlerdi. Güney Afrikalı tasarımcı Katie Thompson tarafından kurulanREcreate, görmüş olduğunuz muhteşem The Suitcase Chair - White Samsonite ve benzeri üst dönüşüm (upcycling) projeleri üzerine çalışan bir atölye. Hurdaya çıkmış parçaları özenle bir araya getirerek muhteşem mobilyalar yaratan Katie Thompson’ın işleri fazlasıyla ilham verici.
Difference (Acceptance Cover) by Jason Suwito <3
Mt. Constitution - The Lonely Forest
also this one for Noah scenes — the mostest important thing in this one is that you wait until 1:17 before turning it off, because guess what, that’s where your life gets changed. OH TO HEAR THIS SONG FOR THE FIRST TIME AGAIN
There is a post going around tumblr with tens of thousands of notes saying that I “announced” that a certain character in my book The Fault in Our Stars dies one year after the end of the book.
1. I have never said, written, or thought any such thing. (Photoshop is magic!)
2. If I had said, written, or thought any such thing (which, again, I did not), it would not become true. As you’ve probably heard me say a gajillion times, I don’t think the voice of the author should be privileged when it comes to matters outside a book’s text. So if I ever make such an “announcement,” I don’t think it should carry more weight than any other reader’s speculation.
I ended The Fault in Our Stars where I wanted to end it. I have never said anything about what might happen before or after what’s depicted in the book. I finished writing it, for better or for worse, and it now belongs to you.
Conceal, don’t feel, don’t let them know.