howisyourdreamhomeoffice:

tssbnchn:

Experiment XXIV

Hello, everybody! Sorry for the lack of posts lately, but I’ve been dedicating myself to other things, and work have been plenty.  I don’t need to research more about workspaces anymore (that was the reason I started this blog), but I like it so I’ll keep posting (a bit less than usual) regularly. 

In case some of you are interested in art or would like to see my current work, you can visit my personal blog: http://tssbnchn.tumblr.com/

(the image above is one of my paintings, btw)

Hope you’re all well and wish you a good week!

xoxo

Tássia

fastcompany:

Daily Fast Feed Roundup

Hello Tumblr! Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know today: 

Have a great week! —M. Cecelia Bittner and Jessica Hullinger

photojojo:

Sharon Harper builds incredible photographs of the night sky by layering multiple exposures that have been captured over a period of months. The result is her inspiring series, Moon Studies and Star Scratches. 
Multiple Exposures of the Night Sky Pressed Into Single Images
via Mpdrolet photojojo:

Sharon Harper builds incredible photographs of the night sky by layering multiple exposures that have been captured over a period of months. The result is her inspiring series, Moon Studies and Star Scratches. 
Multiple Exposures of the Night Sky Pressed Into Single Images
via Mpdrolet

photojojo:

Sharon Harper builds incredible photographs of the night sky by layering multiple exposures that have been captured over a period of months. The result is her inspiring series, Moon Studies and Star Scratches

Multiple Exposures of the Night Sky Pressed Into Single Images

via Mpdrolet

fastcompany:

And the Best Tumblr Of The Week is…”Jony Ive Redesigns Things“  fastcompany:

And the Best Tumblr Of The Week is…”Jony Ive Redesigns Things“  fastcompany:

And the Best Tumblr Of The Week is…”Jony Ive Redesigns Things“ 
“I bought a bicycle. Turns out it’s easier to ride the thing when you’re not trying to simultaneously check your Twitter.”
— Baratunde Thurston took 25 days away from the Internet. This is what he learned. (via fastcompany)