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The Japanese take cute to a completely different level. Case in point: these tiny edible kitties, which are both adorably cute and tasty too. Caroline, a Japanese mom, made these for Cat’s Day (also known as Neko no Hi), which was on February 22. The little kitties are made from nerikiri, a sweet white-bean paste that’s mixed with a type of rice that’s similar in texture to mochi. Caroline also made all of the little accessories herself too.

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Maya Kulenovic art.


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Make the best of Winter GIVEAWAY #2: Dreampipe collective creatures bundle!

Reblog to win this cute bundle of stuff from Dreampipe Collective’s Etsy


*Winner announced on NEW YEARS*

stay tuned for next Wednesdays giveaway!

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OMUT naive capsule collection

Nastya Klimova & Liza Smirnova are the two designers behind this beautiful hand crafted capsule collection for OMUT, that features embroidered anatomical details.

Nastya Klimova

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MUCH LOVED Photographer Marc Nixon made ​​a series of portraits of teddy bears and other stuffed animals along with their age, size and history. Some were very much loved :-)
These photos come from a book, “Much Loved” l Imprint : Abrams Image l Via

What a lovely idea for a book. 


African lake turns animals into statues
Tanzania’s Lake Natron calcifies the animals that die in its waters, and Nick Brandt captures them with eerie photographs.


'Bloody diarrhea' from John of Arderne's De arte phisicali et de cirurgia (1425).

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