KneeCrust

I'm an aspiring theologian & philosopher whose interests are mainly situated anywhere but where I am at the moment.

Tiny House Blogs/Websites

tinyhousedarling:

While Tumblr is great for those needing some information about tiny houses, these are the websites that I turn to for information, and validation that others are interesting in this obsession.

Tiny House Talk

Tiny House Design

Tiny House Blog

Tiny Tack House

Tumbleweed Tiny Homes

Humble Homes

Tiny House Family

The Tiny Life

Tiny House Listings

Relax Shacks

Rowdy Kittens

Built By Friends: Evan and Gabby

Clothesline Tiny Home

Treading Tiny

Life in 120 Square Feet

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Tiny Houses Without a Ladder

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McG Loft2 - Humble Homesimage

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Equator, Vantage, and Horizon (exterior and length can vary) - Tumbleweed image

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Mica - Tumbleweedimage

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Clothesline Tiny House (built on a gooseneck trailer) - Clothesline Tiny Homes image

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Tiny Retirement - Tiny Home Buildersimage

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Candice’s Tiny House - Tiny Tack Houseimage

Molecule Tiny Homes #4 & #5 - Molecule Tiny Homesimage

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Hand-Cut from Rice Paper by Bovey Lee

The near weightless artworks are mounted against silk before being hung on gallery walls.

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Selected works by Brooklyn-based freelance illustrator Marcos Chin

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Eduardo Mata Icaza born in Costa Rica in 1984 is an artist graduated from the School of Fine Arts in the University of Costa Rica. He currently lives and workes in Marseille, France.  Icaza’s paintings mixes realistic, anatomical images of the human body with abstract shapes lines and looks at ideas of humanity and existence has been shown in both solo and group exhibitions. 

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emilyfeher-fyi:

Isn’t this house just the cutest?! Join Tiny House Nation, we know you can’t resist! :)

emilyfeher-fyi:

Isn’t this house just the cutest?! Join Tiny House Nation, we know you can’t resist! :)

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emilyfeher-fyi:

The average American home is 2300 square feet while most members of Tiny House Nation live in houses with an average that’s a tenth of that!

emilyfeher-fyi:

The average American home is 2300 square feet while most members of Tiny House Nation live in houses with an average that’s a tenth of that!

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Miriam Escofet’s Esoteric Paintings of Idyllic Worlds

Miriam Escofet creates rich oil paintings of idyllic scenes that nostalgically allude to classical antiquity. Perhaps the only notes of pessimism in these sumptuous depictions of ornate architecture, statues and jewels is that Escofet’s heavenly world seem to be nearly devoid of human inhabitants. This is a place that seems to belong to the gods — too perfect for mortals. Escofet originally studied 3D design and set out to be a ceramicist, which explains her attention to texture and volume. Each crease of fabric and crevice within a tree’s bark is rendered with precision. Light and shadow are greatly contrasted to a level beyond what we normally experience with the human eye, making Escofet’s fictional lands seem vivid yet illusory.

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bittens:

what the hell happened here though

bittens:

what the hell happened here though

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gifss-heaveen:

Crazy Cute Win Funny Fail Gifs! !

:’) Distributie bij de lijn in 1 Gifke ;)

gifss-heaveen:

Crazy Cute Win Funny Fail Gifs! !

:’) Distributie bij de lijn in 1 Gifke ;)

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Alison Elizabeth Taylor.

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

These Were Handmade in the 1800s by Layering Sand. No Glue was Used

Andrew Clemens (1857-1894) was an artist from Dubuque, Iowa but spent most of his life in nearby McGregor. At the age of five Clemens was stricken with encephalitis that left him completely deaf and nearly mute.

At age 13 Clemens began experimenting with sand art, collecting multicolored sands from Iowa’s Pictured Rocks region. He fashioned special tools made from pieces of hickory and fish hooks that he used to arrange the sand in intricate designs. Clemens did not use glue in his artwork, relying on the pressure of the tightly packed surrounding grains to keep his artworks intact. Once an artwork was complete, Clemens would back the jar tightly and seal it.

Clemens had a remarkable ability to break down images and render it grain by grain with each piece of sand akin to a pixel of a digital image. He is thought to have produced hundreds of bottles during his lifetime but few survive today.

To see more of Andrew Clemen’s fantastic artwork, there’s a Facebook page with a nice collection of images. There is also a list of 23 artworks (with descriptions and images) that were sold through Cowan’s Auctions that can be viewed here.