3. nprfreshair:

    By Emily Blincoe

    Happy Labor Day! A long-time favorite of Things Organized Neatly, Emily Blincoe, featured on NPR’s Fresh Air blog (one of my favorite NPR shows) spotted by Charles, my partner in my other other blog, Fadient.

    (via fadient)


  4. Kid’s Wagon from Todd McLellan's Things Come Apart.

    Component count: 296

    (Source: thisiscolossal.com)


  5. by Maggie Nunn

    Atlanta, GA



    Forks and Knives


  7. From Olly Olly Oxen Free

    Bridget Collins

    (Source: mpdrolet, via thatsreallyniceisntit)


  8. Peter Langer, Das Magazin

    editor: I just discovered Peter Langer via haw-lin, one of my favorite blogs.

    (Source: peter-langer.com)


  9. SUBMISSION: A Shoemaker’s Essentials. Shot by Raniel Hernandez for Straightforward Clothing PH.


  10. cavetocanvas:

    Damien Hirst, The Tears of Jesus, 2003-2005

    editor’s note: A lot of you may not know this, but I have another blog called LOOSETIGER. For the record—Austin Radcliffe’s other blog, loose tiger. It’s pretty good too.

    (via loosetiger)


  11. Triennale Design Museum, Milan

    on Sight Unseen

    more on designboom

    (Source: sightunseen.com)



  13. ballenphotography:

    Deconstructed  Part 2

    Photographed/Created between Mar.2013-Jun.2013

    Gaming has been around for as long as most of us can remember. Often the gamer is defined by the games they play and the tools they use. The controller is a pivotal tool used in gaming; each console comes with its own controller, designed to maximize the experience of the system. As we game, these controllers become an extension of our own movements. They transform the way we game and our actions and conduct. They are extensions of ourselves, and as we use them we grow attached to their touch. They are used to break language barriers and travel across continents. As we use them, they take on our characteristics, as much as we take on theirs.

    Deconstructed is a series of dissected controllers collected from the gamers who owned them. Each controller was used and often played until it was no longer operable. Some have been physically altered, and others were damaged in attempts to fix them. This is their autopsy, a chance to compare our growth and commitment to the tools we use to game.

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  14. SUBMISSION: Jelly Bean series (1 of 5) “Soda Pop Shoppe” (3.5 oz) - flavors in order of appearance: Orange Crush; A&W Root Beer; Dr. Pepper; 7-UP; A&W Cream Soda; Grape Crush — K. Emmons  


  15. SUBMISSION: Jelly Bean series (2 of 5) “Smoothie Blend” (3.5 oz) - flavors in order of appearance: Cherry Passion Fruit; Mandarin Orange Mango; Mixed Berry; Pineapple Pear; Strawberry Banana — K. Emmons