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Celebrities Who Look Like Mattresses [walthamstow]

Previously: Hipsterized Celebrities

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blackfashion:

S’miso (21) and S’lindo (21), Cape Townbackbackforthandforth.tumblr.comPhotographed by Yethu “Charlie” Mtshali

blackfashion:

S’miso (21) and S’lindo (21), Cape Town
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Photographed by Yethu “Charlie” Mtshali

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dayoa:

where is my pair?

dayoa:

where is my pair?

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dayoa:

Who fits the slipper - Phineas Cole Patent leather Slippers

dayoa:

Who fits the slipper - Phineas Cole Patent leather Slippers

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dayoa:

 Soundmachines. Created by The Product
In an alternative universe, Thomas Edison never invented the phonograph. We figured out lasers, computers, and MIDI audio first. Then, and only then, did someone think to place grooves on a disc and spin it around, reading its bumps to make music.
The lasers interpret each disc’s colors, textures, and swiss cheese cutouts as inputs for MIDI processing, meaning that blips of information become beats and notes, and physical textures become audio textures. In this way, the listener hears a digital symphony from the simplest of analog shapes, and any shape can sound different with the slightest adjustment to the software
Via Fast co design.

dayoa:

 Soundmachines. Created by The Product

In an alternative universe, Thomas Edison never invented the phonograph. We figured out lasers, computers, and MIDI audio first. Then, and only then, did someone think to place grooves on a disc and spin it around, reading its bumps to make music.

The lasers interpret each disc’s colors, textures, and swiss cheese cutouts as inputs for MIDI processing, meaning that blips of information become beats and notes, and physical textures become audio textures. In this way, the listener hears a digital symphony from the simplest of analog shapes, and any shape can sound different with the slightest adjustment to the software

Via Fast co design.

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Toro Y Moi - "So Many Details" | Music Video

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terrencecosby:

JAMAHL THOMPSON

terrencecosby:

JAMAHL THOMPSON

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