Sweet Light Design Alien Abduction Lamp
Can you imagine reading in one of these during a rainstorm?
Imagine having this though. No wind. No bugs. No critters. You’re own little bubble. I legitimately need this in my life.
Imagine forcing a cat in there with you
there are two types of people
What if you farted and you couldn’t get out and you pretty much gassed yourself to death
three. three types of people
you could preserve a dead body
Correction there are four types.
Imagine if the Zombie Apocalypse started and you were just like this Human Hamster Wheel, mowing them down left and right as they pawed at the cylindrical surface… not comprehending why they could see you, but not reach your warm, delicious flesh.
there are five fucking types. FIVE
Left in the sun, isn’t this thing pretty much a slow-cooker?
Mmmm, human brisket in in own juices.
Simon Dale is a photographer by trade, but a hobbit home builder by night. The artist has an affinity for creating homes that are from natural material, and Dale’s own version of a ‘Hobbit‘ House are just that– a small residence that has a green roof and is partially underground.
The home is entirely sustainable and was built with straw bale walls that are covered in lime plaster. All else has been recycled scraps to craft the wooden roof structure and other elements. Of course the electricity is all gained via solar panels, and The entire floor plan and building section for the space were hand sketched onto a piece of paper.
Antique Ottoman gold thread densely embroidered large panel on burgundy velvet
Impressive Ottoman period high quality embroidery spread or table cloth done in gold strip dival work with couched threads on burgundy velvet. Highly decorative European style design elements in floral decorative European style design elements in floral sprays and arabesques in four corners with central medallion. Heavy velvet ground and backed in burgundy cotton. In excellent overall antique condition with occasional loose threads to embroidery and some variation of color to the ground velvet. Measures 79” by 61”.
I love antique goldwork.