#happy #valentine #day #valentineday this is a #collar that i made a couple of weeks ago but i think it’s perfect to wish to all a good day! #heart #shape #dyed #lace #red #necklace #handmade #goth #gothic #mesh #trasparent #wgt #wavegotiktreffen #wavegothictreffen #meraluna #sexhibition #hautecouture #hautegotique #love #loveisintheair

Dots, jeans, mesh, roses
#fashion #blogger #beauty #minimal #grunge #romantic #edgy #black #mesh #vintage #style #shorts #jeans #thrifted #secondhand #dots #hosiery #roses #fashionaddict #rockabilly #punk #girlswithbangs #darkhair #girlswithtattoos #nadiaisdeadsimon #pale

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Activists are taking back the Internet from the cable companies with DIY networks

In New York City, a group of activists and volunteers called NYC Mesh are trying to take back the internet. They’re building something called a mesh network — a makeshift system that provides internet access. Their goal is to make TWC totally irrelevant.

Mesh networks start with one internet connection, which broadcasts that connection to another router and then jumps from router to router until it builds a whole web of “nodes.” Each node is its own access point where you can log onto the internet like any other Wi-Fi connection. In some parts of the world, this is already happening.

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         [Elliesimple] - Hair conversion (Skysims 120)

  • No hat
  • 21 natural colors
  • 10 ombrés 
  • Original mesh by Skysims
  • Texture by Pooklet (natural colors) and me (ombrés)
  • Hope you enjoy !

                                            ~ DOWNLOAD ~

if you use it, you can tag me at #elliesimple.

please don’t claim as your own !

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Currently living and working in Brooklyn, sculptor Seung Mo Park creates ethereal portraits cut from layers of stainless steel and wire mesh. We first featured the Korean artist on our blog in 2012, where we gave you a first look at his unbelievable works that explore concepts of tangibility and the illusion of existence. With some pieces measuring larger than life at over 10 feet tall, Park’s process begins by overlapping layers of steel mesh, rotating them so they are slightly out of line with one another. He then sketches his own photographs onto the steel meshes and cuts them out, creating careful shading that contours his subjects in a way that feels both weighty and translucent. 

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