End of August Moleskine art

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25.08.2010

25.08.2010

The Lights leave the pritiest stains

The Lights leave the pritiest stains

Dali

Dali

"that place"

"that place"

Bufalino Camper

The Bufalino is a one person camper i found over at Yanko design. This thing is amazing. It looks like it would be the perfect little camper to explore some distant far off land. Design-wise, Cornelius Comanns did a great job packing all the necessities in such a tight space and still be functional. To see and read more click here for the Yanko design article.

bufalino one person camper

bufalino one person camper

August Architecture

As you all know I love modern architecture, so here’s more of it.

Sobrino House © Courtesy of A4estudio

Sobrino House © Courtesy of A4estudio

Horizontal Skyscraper © d.teil

Horizontal Skyscraper © d.teil

Cliff Treehouse © Baumraum

Cliff Treehouse © Baumraum

Earth House © Wooseop Hwang

Earth House © Wooseop Hwang

© PAAV | Design Build

Etsy Bags

Here’s a new set of some pretty cool bags I found on etsy. Enjoy!

 Beverly in grey - flap top messenger

Beverly in grey - flap top messenger

The Hipshack in Linen

The Hipshack in Linen

The Market Bag

The Market Bag

 Vintage Dick and Jane Book Handbag Purse

Vintage Dick and Jane Book Handbag Purse

Micro Bag - handmade leather belt bag hip bag hand stitched

Micro Bag - handmade leather belt bag hip bag hand stitched

Nikon D3100

Nikon’s newest DSLR addition. Here’s the skinny:

14.2 Megapixel DX-format CMOS Image Sensor

Full 1080p HD Cinematic Video with full-time autofocus and sound

Fast 11-point Autofocus System

3-in. monitor with One-Touch Live View shooting and movie capture

Built-in HDMI port

ISO sensitivity 100-3200, expandable to ISO 12800 equivalent

Automatic Image Sensor Cleaning

EXPEED 2 Nikon’s new image processing engine assures breathtakingly rich image quality, managing color, contrast, exposure, noise and speed.

All fort around $700 with lense. See more at nikonusa.com

Nikon D3100

Nikon D3100

Picture courtesy Nikon