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Catyou In A Circle – Modern Cat Furniture for Small Spaces

crossconnectmag: Drawings by Dasha Pliska Dasha Pliska is an...

crossconnectmag : Drawings by Dasha Pliska Dasha Pliska is an designer and illustrator from Odessa, Ukraine. She graduated from the Odessa International University of Humanities in Graphic Design. Because it is difficult to find more information about this artist, let the artworks speak for itself. Enjoy. If you love this drawings, order a copy/prints trough artist Society6 shop. Discover more of these gems on our Facebook . posted by Margaret

crossconnectmag: Drawings by Dasha Pliska Dasha Pliska is an... crss

crossconnectmag : Drawings by Dasha Pliska Dasha Pliska is an designer and illustrator from Odessa, Ukraine. She graduated from the Odessa International University of Humanities in Graphic Design. Because it is difficult to find more information about this artist, let the artworks speak for itself. Enjoy. If you love this drawings, order a copy/prints trough artist Society6 shop. Discover more of these gems on our Facebook . posted by Margaret crss

crossconnectmag: Surreal Astronauts Paintings by Scott...

crossconnectmag : Surreal Astronauts Paintings by Scott Listfield Scott Listfield   (b. 1976, Boston, MA) is known for his paintings featuring a lone exploratory astronaut lost in a landscape cluttered with pop culture icons, corporate logos, and tongue-in-cheek science fiction references. Scott studied art at Dartmouth College, which was maybe not the brightest thing to do. After some time spent abroad, Scott returned to America where, right around the year 2001, Scott began painting astronauts and, sometimes, dinosaurs. Scott has been profiled in Wired Magazine, the Boston Globe, and online at Big Red and Shiny. Additionally, his work has appeared in New American Paintings in 2005 and 2008, and he has exhibited extensively in Boston, and less extensively in Los Angeles, New York, and Miami.  Follow him on  Twitter  or if you love this series order  prints  through his Society6 shop. Follow us on Facebook ! WARNING - awesomeness inside. posted by Margaret

crossconnectmag: Surreal Astronauts Paintings by Scott... crss

crossconnectmag : Surreal Astronauts Paintings by Scott Listfield Scott Listfield   (b. 1976, Boston, MA) is known for his paintings featuring a lone exploratory astronaut lost in a landscape cluttered with pop culture icons, corporate logos, and tongue-in-cheek science fiction references. Scott studied art at Dartmouth College, which was maybe not the brightest thing to do. After some time spent abroad, Scott returned to America where, right around the year 2001, Scott began painting astronauts and, sometimes, dinosaurs. Scott has been profiled in Wired Magazine, the Boston Globe, and online at Big Red and Shiny. Additionally, his work has appeared in New American Paintings in 2005 and 2008, and he has exhibited extensively in Boston, and less extensively in Los Angeles, New York, and Miami.  Follow him on  Twitter  or if you love this series order  prints  through his Society6 shop. Follow us on Facebook ! WARNING - awesomeness inside. posted by Margaret

CORNELIA YachtDesigned by De Vries Lentsch, Cornelia combines...

CORNELIA Yacht Designed by De Vries Lentsch, Cornelia combines timeless, elegant interiors with contemporary specifications for a smooth, unforgettable voyage at sea. The 111.55ft /34m motor yacht sleeps up to 9 guests in 4 comfortable, traditionally styled cabins, including a spacious, light-filled master suite. A selection of inviting indoor and outdoor spaces add to the vessel’s genuine home-away-from-home atmosphere, while features such as quantum speed stabilizers and a bosal exhaust system increase onboard comfort. Cornelia is currently available for charter through Y.CO .

Who Says All Introverts Hate Socializing? Here’s The Truth About Introvert And Extrovert

You think you may know the difference between introverts and extroverts – the common misconception is that introverts are shy and don’t like to socialize, and that extroverts are outgoing and love to be in the spotlight. But actually, there is much more to it when you scrape the surface. These two personality types are different in how they recharge their batteries and how they respond to stimuli from the environment. Source: Lifehack For example, being at a party, surrounded by noise and people, or taking up a challenging hobby pumps extroverts with energy. On the other hand, introverts don’t actually shy away from social gatherings, but to recharge, they need some time alone. While extroverts would stay all night at a party and feel energized, introverts would come to the party, enjoy for a while, but after some time, they would feel the need to go home and be with their thoughts. Extroverts and introverts differ in how they react to stimuli A research conducted by Michael Coh