Elodie Land

Don't Regret Anything You Do Because In The End, It Makes You Who You Are
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archiemcphee:

Meet Jeff Wright, a gifted balloon artist and (clearly) a huge fan of the Toy Story series. Jeff created this awesome Buzz Lightyear costume using nothing but an untold number of carefully interwoven balloons.
Click here to watch a brief video of Jeff modeling his suit while impersonating Buzz Lightyear. 
Jeff and his wife Rachel are moving to Bolivia to serve as volunteers at the Life Center Orphanage in the city of Cochabamba, where they’ll no doubt be entertain the children with awesome balloon creations like this. Visit their website to learn more about their charitable efforts.
[via Oddity Central]

archiemcphee:

Meet Jeff Wright, a gifted balloon artist and (clearly) a huge fan of the Toy Story series. Jeff created this awesome Buzz Lightyear costume using nothing but an untold number of carefully interwoven balloons.

Click here to watch a brief video of Jeff modeling his suit while impersonating Buzz Lightyear

Jeff and his wife Rachel are moving to Bolivia to serve as volunteers at the Life Center Orphanage in the city of Cochabamba, where they’ll no doubt be entertain the children with awesome balloon creations like this. Visit their website to learn more about their charitable efforts.

[via Oddity Central]

cjwho:

Unobstructed view of the Mont Blanc at “Le Panoramique” restaurant in Le Brévent, Chamonix, France. Photo by Lu Chien-Ping)

cjwho:

Unobstructed view of the Mont Blanc at “Le Panoramique” restaurant in Le Brévent, Chamonix, France. Photo by Lu Chien-Ping)

(Źródło: theblackworkshop, via cjwho)

My works :)

strayalchemist:

Look at this. 
This necklace, done in soutache (sewing thin silk/viscose cords around gemstones and beads), was designed for a charity which holds annual events and auctions to support pediatric departments with most advanced equipment. It has traveled throughout Poland and Italy, visiting more than 50 soutache artists - every artist added one stone, together creating this unique piece. 
For more photos and information on authors, see here. 

strayalchemist:

Look at this. 

This necklace, done in soutache (sewing thin silk/viscose cords around gemstones and beads), was designed for a charity which holds annual events and auctions to support pediatric departments with most advanced equipment. It has traveled throughout Poland and Italy, visiting more than 50 soutache artists - every artist added one stone, together creating this unique piece. 

For more photos and information on authors, see here




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