TOUR’14「TO THE GALLOWS」#2 -SHOUT AT THE DEVIL-Fukuoka, BEAT STATION  [12.10.2014]

Love this. 

TOUR’14「TO THE GALLOWS」#2 -SHOUT AT THE DEVIL-
Fukuoka, BEAT STATION  [12.10.2014]

Love this. 

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TOUR’14「TO THE GALLOWS」#2 -SHOUT AT THE DEVIL-Fukuoka, BEAT STATION  [12.10.2014]

TOUR’14「TO THE GALLOWS」#2 -SHOUT AT THE DEVIL-
Fukuoka, BEAT STATION  [12.10.2014]

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nolynch-nolife:

TOUR’14「TO THE GALLOWS」#2 -SHOUT AT THE DEVIL- 12.10.2014 @ Fukuoka, BEAT STATION

nolynch-nolife:

TOUR’14「TO THE GALLOWS」#2 -SHOUT AT THE DEVIL-
12.10.2014 @ Fukuoka, BEAT STATION



nolynch-nolife:

TOUR’14「TO THE GALLOWS」#2 -SHOUT AT THE DEVIL-
12.10.2014 @ Fukuoka, BEAT STATION

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Al Bairre

Al Bairre



Hike up Lion’s Head yesterday.



iamlazykat:

New photoshoot on the blog wearing Claudie Pierlot x vivetta
FR : http://www.lazykat.fr/look-claudie-pierlot-vivetta/ 
EN : http://www.lazykat.fr/en/claudie-pierlot-vivetta-outfit/


lookbookdotnu:

141019 (by IAN CHEN)


lookbookdotnu:

…Welcome Autumn… (by Alba .)


shinebythree:

My proudest project to date: http://shinebythree.com/2014/10/amy-finlayson-chic/


For my 21st birthday, I was lucky enough to travel to Taiwan. While I was there I visited family, walked almost every market in Taipei, took a day trip to Yilan City (宜蘭), tried all sorts of cuisine (in addition to the local street food)  from Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese to Thai and so much more.

Right on the heels of Cape Town 2014 World Design Capital, Taipei was named World Design Capital for 2016. I distinctly remember at the 2013 Design Indaba, there was a focus of the city as being adaptive and green despite being a large metropolitan and truly, Taipei lives up to this theme.

I stayed close to Da’an Park (大安森林公园) which is one of the largest parks in Taipei City and it’s amazing seeing such a huge green area in such a busy city.

daan park

Da’an Forest Park

The periphery of the park is pleasantly paved and contains cycling lanes as no cycling is allowed in the park (though I saw a fair amount of people nonchalantly disregarding this, haha).

daan forest

The outside area surrounding the park

I was surprised by how many modes of transport are available for commuters. If you’re a local and don’t own a scooter, car or bicycle, there’s always public transport. Recently,the Taipei municipality started the YouBike initiative that allows the public to rent bicycles in a pick-up-drop-off fashion: you just pick up a bike and go and then drop it off at another YouBike station when you’re done. The first 30 minutes are free. This, in addition to the extensive MRT route in place and many taxis and buses readily available. [Did I mention all this can be used with one card alone?] Truly, it’s envious how convenient public transport is there – it’s a type of freedom you’d never have here – allowing you to travel the city with ease at all times of the day.

UBike

YouBikes

The city has also seen the repurposing of some of its historical sites with abandoned warehouses and factories being transformed into creative hubs filled with restaurants and shops. It was really experience visiting these places considering that Songshan Cultural and Creative Park (松山文創園區) ,  the location of Hermès’ “Leather Forever” exhibition, was once a a tobacco factory while Huashan 1914 Creative Park (華山1914文化創意產業園區) which housed a pop-up store for popular messaging app, Line was previously a winery.

Then there’s the little details of urban rejuvenation one notices while wondering the streets – like the electricity utility boxes painted with scenic landscapes and decorative manhole covers (similar to those in Japan) featuring the Taipei 101. I loved seeing these as though a seemingly simple idea, it demonstrates how residents of Taipei are using creativity as a way to leverage pride in building the city.

And it’s for these reasons that Taipei undoubtedly deserves its appointment of 2016 World Design Capital Host. I can only hope to visit once again during the winning year.

Taipei: Adaptive City For my 21st birthday, I was lucky enough to travel to Taiwan. While I was there I visited family, walked almost every market in Taipei, took a day trip to Yilan City (宜蘭), tried all sorts of cuisine (in addition to the local street food)  from Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese to Thai and so much more.


staceythinx:

Spectacular star-filled skies by photographer Jonathan Besler





  • Me: Wooo, I have time.
  • Me: I should tidy my room.
  • Me: And do the laundry.
  • Me: Catch up with my shows.
  • Me: OH GOD I CAN FINALLY DRAW AGAIN.
  • Me: ...
  • Me: *naps*