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Rellenos para huevos de pascua

Rellenos para huevos de pascua

Lanvin fall 2017

Lanvin fall 2017

Vanilla Frosted Funfetti Donuts (Baked and Super Easy) - Soft and fluffy vanilla donuts loaded with sprinkles and topped with frosting!

Vanilla Frosted Funfetti Donuts (Baked and Super Easy) - Soft and fluffy vanilla donuts loaded with sprinkles and topped with frosting!

How to Make Swiss Meringue - with step-by-step instructions and lots of tips! | thetoughcookie.com

How to Make Swiss Meringue - with step-by-step instructions and lots of tips! | thetoughcookie.com

set and light design by Klaus Grünberg for Macbeth (Giuseppe Verdi), Opernhaus…

set and light design by Klaus Grünberg for Macbeth (Giuseppe Verdi), Opernhaus…

Brownie butter cake, thick brownie and rich butter cake combined into one decadent and to-die-for cake! Click for recipe.

Brownie butter cake, thick brownie and rich butter cake combined into one decadent and to-die-for cake! Click for recipe.

Wizard of Oz set Design by Richard Finkelstein, Stage Designer

Wizard of Oz set Design by Richard Finkelstein, Stage Designer

Hong Sungchul | White Cube, 2000, cotton string

Hong Sungchul | White Cube, 2000, cotton string

Lighting installation by Studio Glithero - stainless steel chains with light coming from one direction - gorgeous! #GISSLER #interiordesign

Lighting installation by Studio Glithero - stainless steel chains with light coming from one direction - gorgeous! #GISSLER #interiordesign

In his piece “Lexus L-finesse,” artist Tokujin Yoshioka uses optical fibers to create a spatial assemblage that expresses a sense of weightlessness and mystery. Novelist Junichiro Tanizaki’s 1933 book In Praise of Shadows articulated the unique qualities of Japanese light found within the shadowy recesses of traditional Japanese dwellings. Tanizaki claimed that the Japanese approach to illumination prioritized subtlety, smoothness, and depth—in contrast with the West’s stark treatment of…

In his piece “Lexus L-finesse,” artist Tokujin Yoshioka uses optical fibers to create a spatial assemblage that expresses a sense of weightlessness and mystery. Novelist Junichiro Tanizaki’s 1933 book In Praise of Shadows articulated the unique qualities of Japanese light found within the shadowy recesses of traditional Japanese dwellings. Tanizaki claimed that the Japanese approach to illumination prioritized subtlety, smoothness, and depth—in contrast with the West’s stark treatment of…