Beautiful reading places
Reading books is not a simple process for many people. Most of them want to create the perfect atmosphere to be able to enjoy the book as much as they can. Some like to read in nature, others where it’s comfortable and quiet. 
That’s why we’ll show you some beautiful places from around the world, which are chosen as the best reading places and also have the best look. The choice of the book is up to you. 
  1. Library Acqua Alta in Venice
  2. Shakespeare and Company in Paris
  3. House of Rock in Wisconsin 
  4. New York Public Library
  5. Royal reading room of Portugal
  6. The library at Hearst castle in California

(Source: brkajrabota.mk)

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“The Day The Music Died" by John Tibbot is tuned up for scoring in our Music design challenge! Here’s what John had to say about his informative design:
"I keep reading statements like this, mp3 killed music, Napster killed music, iPods killed music, downloads killed music, meh. Music isn’t dead, it’s D E A D, played however you like."
Artists, there are still 2 weeks left to submit your designs to our Music challenge for a chance at $2,000 and an awesome record player prize pack!

threadless:

The Day The Music Died" by John Tibbot is tuned up for scoring in our Music design challenge! Here’s what John had to say about his informative design:

"I keep reading statements like this, mp3 killed music, Napster killed music, iPods killed music, downloads killed music, meh. Music isn’t dead, it’s D E A D, played however you like."

Artists, there are still 2 weeks left to submit your designs to our Music challenge for a chance at $2,000 and an awesome record player prize pack!


The water at Lake Superior froze, but the water beneath it was still moving causing the pieces of ice to stack on top of each other once they hit the rocks.

The water at Lake Superior froze, but the water beneath it was still moving causing the pieces of ice to stack on top of each other once they hit the rocks.

Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.

Anaïs Nin (via observando)

Life has become immeasurably better since I have been forced to stop taking it seriously.

Hunter S. Thompson (via observando)