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Don’t be fooled: If you’re having a conversation with Dallas-based hand letterer David Styler, he may have his nose buried in a sketchpad, but he is listening. He promises. To him, doodling and listening are like walking and talking. If you’ve been following our Tumblr, you’re already familiar with his work: any hand lettering you see is his.

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Eastern Market

This isn’t just a farmers market – this is a chefs/artists/jewelers/bakers/florists market. Eastern Market in DC was founded in 1873 and boasts itself as the oldest market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
   To your left, you’ll see artists creating original pieces right in front of you. To your right, produce so fresh that it should be slapped. The air is filled with delicious scents from cooking demonstrations, and there’s a buzz of excitement as you pass booth after booth of handcrafted goods.
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Eastern Market

This isn’t just a farmers market – this is a chefs/artists/jewelers/bakers/florists market. Eastern Market in DC was founded in 1873 and boasts itself as the oldest market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
   To your left, you’ll see artists creating original pieces right in front of you. To your right, produce so fresh that it should be slapped. The air is filled with delicious scents from cooking demonstrations, and there’s a buzz of excitement as you pass booth after booth of handcrafted goods.
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Eastern Market

This isn’t just a farmers market – this is a chefs/artists/jewelers/bakers/florists market. Eastern Market in DC was founded in 1873 and boasts itself as the oldest market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
   To your left, you’ll see artists creating original pieces right in front of you. To your right, produce so fresh that it should be slapped. The air is filled with delicious scents from cooking demonstrations, and there’s a buzz of excitement as you pass booth after booth of handcrafted goods.
ZoomInfo
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Eastern Market

This isn’t just a farmers market – this is a chefs/artists/jewelers/bakers/florists market. Eastern Market in DC was founded in 1873 and boasts itself as the oldest market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
   To your left, you’ll see artists creating original pieces right in front of you. To your right, produce so fresh that it should be slapped. The air is filled with delicious scents from cooking demonstrations, and there’s a buzz of excitement as you pass booth after booth of handcrafted goods.
ZoomInfo
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Eastern Market

This isn’t just a farmers market – this is a chefs/artists/jewelers/bakers/florists market. Eastern Market in DC was founded in 1873 and boasts itself as the oldest market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
   To your left, you’ll see artists creating original pieces right in front of you. To your right, produce so fresh that it should be slapped. The air is filled with delicious scents from cooking demonstrations, and there’s a buzz of excitement as you pass booth after booth of handcrafted goods.
ZoomInfo
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Eastern Market

This isn’t just a farmers market – this is a chefs/artists/jewelers/bakers/florists market. Eastern Market in DC was founded in 1873 and boasts itself as the oldest market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
   To your left, you’ll see artists creating original pieces right in front of you. To your right, produce so fresh that it should be slapped. The air is filled with delicious scents from cooking demonstrations, and there’s a buzz of excitement as you pass booth after booth of handcrafted goods.
ZoomInfo
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Eastern Market

This isn’t just a farmers market – this is a chefs/artists/jewelers/bakers/florists market. Eastern Market in DC was founded in 1873 and boasts itself as the oldest market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
   To your left, you’ll see artists creating original pieces right in front of you. To your right, produce so fresh that it should be slapped. The air is filled with delicious scents from cooking demonstrations, and there’s a buzz of excitement as you pass booth after booth of handcrafted goods.
ZoomInfo
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Eastern Market

This isn’t just a farmers market – this is a chefs/artists/jewelers/bakers/florists market. Eastern Market in DC was founded in 1873 and boasts itself as the oldest market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
   To your left, you’ll see artists creating original pieces right in front of you. To your right, produce so fresh that it should be slapped. The air is filled with delicious scents from cooking demonstrations, and there’s a buzz of excitement as you pass booth after booth of handcrafted goods.
ZoomInfo
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Eastern Market

This isn’t just a farmers market – this is a chefs/artists/jewelers/bakers/florists market. Eastern Market in DC was founded in 1873 and boasts itself as the oldest market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
   To your left, you’ll see artists creating original pieces right in front of you. To your right, produce so fresh that it should be slapped. The air is filled with delicious scents from cooking demonstrations, and there’s a buzz of excitement as you pass booth after booth of handcrafted goods.
ZoomInfo
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Eastern Market

This isn’t just a farmers market – this is a chefs/artists/jewelers/bakers/florists market. Eastern Market in DC was founded in 1873 and boasts itself as the oldest market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
   To your left, you’ll see artists creating original pieces right in front of you. To your right, produce so fresh that it should be slapped. The air is filled with delicious scents from cooking demonstrations, and there’s a buzz of excitement as you pass booth after booth of handcrafted goods.
ZoomInfo

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Eastern Market

This isn’t just a farmers market – this is a chefs/artists/jewelers/bakers/florists market. Eastern Market in DC was founded in 1873 and boasts itself as the oldest market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

To your left, you’ll see artists creating original pieces right in front of you. To your right, produce so fresh that it should be slapped. The air is filled with delicious scents from cooking demonstrations, and there’s a buzz of excitement as you pass booth after booth of handcrafted goods.

nowyourecooking:

We’re screaming of delight! Ida Frosk created this wonderful Edvard Munch-inspired toast for our Now You’re Cooking live stream. It will be prepared live on the 22nd of April at 14.30 CET on www.nowyourecooking.tumblr.com.

Now you’re cooking is a three-day international live stream event by Electrolux to celebrate their new Expressionist Collection. The event is completely dedicated to food, with lots of inspiring recipes, ideas and competitions. Don’t miss it on the 22nd-24th of April!

unconsumption:

Several years ago, George Mason University graduate student Jason Force had a modern idea for the technology: Because grass pellets are just as good as wood chips for this kind of system, why not create a lawn mower with it? It could power itself with the grass it harvested. It could also be self-guiding, like a Roomba, so users would not longer have to mow their own lawn.

He got to work on the self-guiding aspect five years ago. The idea grew into a startup called EcoMow Technologies. Its team began working on the chemical engineering last year.

(via Within a few years, a self-powered robot could be mowing your lawn — Tech News and Analysis)