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Overly Suave IT Guy
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Overly Suave IT Guy
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odditiesoflife:

Architect Student Converts Old Bus Into Luxury Rolling Home
Architect student Hank Butitta has a new home, although its on wheels. He made it with his own hands, and a little help from his friends, from an old bus he found on Craigslist.
Butitta got tired of designing buildings that didn’t exist for imaginary clients in school and wanted to work with his hands on something tangible. So he bought a bus off Craigslist and, with help from friend Justin Evidon and brother Vince, they spent nearly 14 weeks converting the run-down old bus into a sleek, modular living environment complete with a kitchen, bathroom, beds, storage, and even a floor made from wood panels stripped from an old gymnasium.
 Now that Hank’s bus is finished, the group is embarking on a 5,000 mile tour around the U.S. which has just about reached its halfway point. You can see more photos, video, and follow their travels over at Hank Bought a Bus.
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odditiesoflife:

Architect Student Converts Old Bus Into Luxury Rolling Home
Architect student Hank Butitta has a new home, although its on wheels. He made it with his own hands, and a little help from his friends, from an old bus he found on Craigslist.
Butitta got tired of designing buildings that didn’t exist for imaginary clients in school and wanted to work with his hands on something tangible. So he bought a bus off Craigslist and, with help from friend Justin Evidon and brother Vince, they spent nearly 14 weeks converting the run-down old bus into a sleek, modular living environment complete with a kitchen, bathroom, beds, storage, and even a floor made from wood panels stripped from an old gymnasium.
 Now that Hank’s bus is finished, the group is embarking on a 5,000 mile tour around the U.S. which has just about reached its halfway point. You can see more photos, video, and follow their travels over at Hank Bought a Bus.
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odditiesoflife:

Architect Student Converts Old Bus Into Luxury Rolling Home
Architect student Hank Butitta has a new home, although its on wheels. He made it with his own hands, and a little help from his friends, from an old bus he found on Craigslist.
Butitta got tired of designing buildings that didn’t exist for imaginary clients in school and wanted to work with his hands on something tangible. So he bought a bus off Craigslist and, with help from friend Justin Evidon and brother Vince, they spent nearly 14 weeks converting the run-down old bus into a sleek, modular living environment complete with a kitchen, bathroom, beds, storage, and even a floor made from wood panels stripped from an old gymnasium.
 Now that Hank’s bus is finished, the group is embarking on a 5,000 mile tour around the U.S. which has just about reached its halfway point. You can see more photos, video, and follow their travels over at Hank Bought a Bus.
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odditiesoflife:

Architect Student Converts Old Bus Into Luxury Rolling Home
Architect student Hank Butitta has a new home, although its on wheels. He made it with his own hands, and a little help from his friends, from an old bus he found on Craigslist.
Butitta got tired of designing buildings that didn’t exist for imaginary clients in school and wanted to work with his hands on something tangible. So he bought a bus off Craigslist and, with help from friend Justin Evidon and brother Vince, they spent nearly 14 weeks converting the run-down old bus into a sleek, modular living environment complete with a kitchen, bathroom, beds, storage, and even a floor made from wood panels stripped from an old gymnasium.
 Now that Hank’s bus is finished, the group is embarking on a 5,000 mile tour around the U.S. which has just about reached its halfway point. You can see more photos, video, and follow their travels over at Hank Bought a Bus.
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odditiesoflife:

Architect Student Converts Old Bus Into Luxury Rolling Home
Architect student Hank Butitta has a new home, although its on wheels. He made it with his own hands, and a little help from his friends, from an old bus he found on Craigslist.
Butitta got tired of designing buildings that didn’t exist for imaginary clients in school and wanted to work with his hands on something tangible. So he bought a bus off Craigslist and, with help from friend Justin Evidon and brother Vince, they spent nearly 14 weeks converting the run-down old bus into a sleek, modular living environment complete with a kitchen, bathroom, beds, storage, and even a floor made from wood panels stripped from an old gymnasium.
 Now that Hank’s bus is finished, the group is embarking on a 5,000 mile tour around the U.S. which has just about reached its halfway point. You can see more photos, video, and follow their travels over at Hank Bought a Bus.
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odditiesoflife:

Architect Student Converts Old Bus Into Luxury Rolling Home
Architect student Hank Butitta has a new home, although its on wheels. He made it with his own hands, and a little help from his friends, from an old bus he found on Craigslist.
Butitta got tired of designing buildings that didn’t exist for imaginary clients in school and wanted to work with his hands on something tangible. So he bought a bus off Craigslist and, with help from friend Justin Evidon and brother Vince, they spent nearly 14 weeks converting the run-down old bus into a sleek, modular living environment complete with a kitchen, bathroom, beds, storage, and even a floor made from wood panels stripped from an old gymnasium.
 Now that Hank’s bus is finished, the group is embarking on a 5,000 mile tour around the U.S. which has just about reached its halfway point. You can see more photos, video, and follow their travels over at Hank Bought a Bus.
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nerdismee:

mkudron:

These are amazing! Love the Iron Man one.
theartofanimation:

Marko Manev


The thor one.
nerdismee:

mkudron:

These are amazing! Love the Iron Man one.
theartofanimation:

Marko Manev


The thor one.
nerdismee:

mkudron:

These are amazing! Love the Iron Man one.
theartofanimation:

Marko Manev


The thor one.
nerdismee:

mkudron:

These are amazing! Love the Iron Man one.
theartofanimation:

Marko Manev


The thor one.
nerdismee:

mkudron:

These are amazing! Love the Iron Man one.
theartofanimation:

Marko Manev


The thor one.
nerdismee:

mkudron:

These are amazing! Love the Iron Man one.
theartofanimation:

Marko Manev


The thor one.
nerdismee:

mkudron:

These are amazing! Love the Iron Man one.
theartofanimation:

Marko Manev


The thor one.
nerdismee:

mkudron:

These are amazing! Love the Iron Man one.
theartofanimation:

Marko Manev


The thor one.
nerdismee:

mkudron:

These are amazing! Love the Iron Man one.
theartofanimation:

Marko Manev


The thor one.
nerdismee:

mkudron:

These are amazing! Love the Iron Man one.
theartofanimation:

Marko Manev


The thor one.
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"You know what your problem is? You get attached, fast. And once you’re attracted to someone, you do everything you can to please them and make them happy. It’s never been about what you want, it’s always everybody’s needs before your own. You give out too many chances to people, who quite frankly, do not deserve them. They take advantage of you , and you become a pushover. But you are okay with that, because they’re in your life and thats all you really wanted. And even if they screw you over, you will still be there for them. Because that’s you, thats who you are. Once you get attached to someone, they capture some part of your heart and they always have place there. And thats why it’s so hard for you to let them go."
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odditiesoflife:

Amazing Aluminum Human Wire Sculptures
Korean artist Seung Mo Park created these incredible human figure sculptures using tightly wrapped layers of aluminum wire based on fiberglass forms. The works shown here are part of the Brooklyn-based artist’s Human  series where he recreates the delicate wrinkles and folds of clothing as well as the sinuous musculature of the human body in metallic layers reminiscent of tree rings. He’s also sculpted bicycles, musical instruments and other forms as part of his Object series.
odditiesoflife:

Amazing Aluminum Human Wire Sculptures
Korean artist Seung Mo Park created these incredible human figure sculptures using tightly wrapped layers of aluminum wire based on fiberglass forms. The works shown here are part of the Brooklyn-based artist’s Human  series where he recreates the delicate wrinkles and folds of clothing as well as the sinuous musculature of the human body in metallic layers reminiscent of tree rings. He’s also sculpted bicycles, musical instruments and other forms as part of his Object series.
odditiesoflife:

Amazing Aluminum Human Wire Sculptures
Korean artist Seung Mo Park created these incredible human figure sculptures using tightly wrapped layers of aluminum wire based on fiberglass forms. The works shown here are part of the Brooklyn-based artist’s Human  series where he recreates the delicate wrinkles and folds of clothing as well as the sinuous musculature of the human body in metallic layers reminiscent of tree rings. He’s also sculpted bicycles, musical instruments and other forms as part of his Object series.
odditiesoflife:

Amazing Aluminum Human Wire Sculptures
Korean artist Seung Mo Park created these incredible human figure sculptures using tightly wrapped layers of aluminum wire based on fiberglass forms. The works shown here are part of the Brooklyn-based artist’s Human  series where he recreates the delicate wrinkles and folds of clothing as well as the sinuous musculature of the human body in metallic layers reminiscent of tree rings. He’s also sculpted bicycles, musical instruments and other forms as part of his Object series.
odditiesoflife:

Amazing Aluminum Human Wire Sculptures
Korean artist Seung Mo Park created these incredible human figure sculptures using tightly wrapped layers of aluminum wire based on fiberglass forms. The works shown here are part of the Brooklyn-based artist’s Human  series where he recreates the delicate wrinkles and folds of clothing as well as the sinuous musculature of the human body in metallic layers reminiscent of tree rings. He’s also sculpted bicycles, musical instruments and other forms as part of his Object series.
odditiesoflife:

Amazing Aluminum Human Wire Sculptures
Korean artist Seung Mo Park created these incredible human figure sculptures using tightly wrapped layers of aluminum wire based on fiberglass forms. The works shown here are part of the Brooklyn-based artist’s Human  series where he recreates the delicate wrinkles and folds of clothing as well as the sinuous musculature of the human body in metallic layers reminiscent of tree rings. He’s also sculpted bicycles, musical instruments and other forms as part of his Object series.
odditiesoflife:

Amazing Aluminum Human Wire Sculptures
Korean artist Seung Mo Park created these incredible human figure sculptures using tightly wrapped layers of aluminum wire based on fiberglass forms. The works shown here are part of the Brooklyn-based artist’s Human  series where he recreates the delicate wrinkles and folds of clothing as well as the sinuous musculature of the human body in metallic layers reminiscent of tree rings. He’s also sculpted bicycles, musical instruments and other forms as part of his Object series.
odditiesoflife:

Amazing Aluminum Human Wire Sculptures
Korean artist Seung Mo Park created these incredible human figure sculptures using tightly wrapped layers of aluminum wire based on fiberglass forms. The works shown here are part of the Brooklyn-based artist’s Human  series where he recreates the delicate wrinkles and folds of clothing as well as the sinuous musculature of the human body in metallic layers reminiscent of tree rings. He’s also sculpted bicycles, musical instruments and other forms as part of his Object series.
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zackheroinbob:

kiss-my-assbutt:

lolzpicx:

Street Art

"graffiti isnt art its just vandalism"

The creativity is absolutely amazing
zackheroinbob:

kiss-my-assbutt:

lolzpicx:

Street Art

"graffiti isnt art its just vandalism"

The creativity is absolutely amazing
zackheroinbob:

kiss-my-assbutt:

lolzpicx:

Street Art

"graffiti isnt art its just vandalism"

The creativity is absolutely amazing
zackheroinbob:

kiss-my-assbutt:

lolzpicx:

Street Art

"graffiti isnt art its just vandalism"

The creativity is absolutely amazing
zackheroinbob:

kiss-my-assbutt:

lolzpicx:

Street Art

"graffiti isnt art its just vandalism"

The creativity is absolutely amazing
zackheroinbob:

kiss-my-assbutt:

lolzpicx:

Street Art

"graffiti isnt art its just vandalism"

The creativity is absolutely amazing
zackheroinbob:

kiss-my-assbutt:

lolzpicx:

Street Art

"graffiti isnt art its just vandalism"

The creativity is absolutely amazing
zackheroinbob:

kiss-my-assbutt:

lolzpicx:

Street Art

"graffiti isnt art its just vandalism"

The creativity is absolutely amazing
zackheroinbob:

kiss-my-assbutt:

lolzpicx:

Street Art

"graffiti isnt art its just vandalism"

The creativity is absolutely amazing
zackheroinbob:

kiss-my-assbutt:

lolzpicx:

Street Art

"graffiti isnt art its just vandalism"

The creativity is absolutely amazing
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For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference. 

For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference. 

For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference. 

For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference. 

For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference. 

For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference. 

For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference. 

For some of their films, Disney would film real actors so that the animators could watch them for reference. 
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