Ines Seidel is a book and paper artist based in Munich, Germany and probably best known for her altered books and paper objects.
About the work Seidel writes in her blog:
Instead of going on with their stories, these books remember where they came from and how everything began. I offered them black and white pictures of tree parts and dried twigs, all from my immediate surrounding. The books venture into a kind of regression therapy, where painful moments from childhood or even earlier lives are relived.
Contemporary office Surrounded by Nature
There’s nothing more peaceful than the thought of working in middle of a nature wonderland, and that was the exact concept behind this beautiful office in the woods. The project was designed by Spanish architecture firm Selgas Cano and takes on an extremely minimalistic approach to design. The office is made up of a long and narrow tube like structure that features a massive window on one side to feel at one with nature and bring it plenty of natural light from the surrounding area, while the back half of the office is opaque to provide some feeling of privacy.
Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan.
Hanson Mao (Taiwan) - Long Ladder, 2013 Photography
this child is more beautiful than any adult i’ve ever seen
She is so pretty AHHH
so so so cute <3
i can’t stop laughing he’s like what no climb