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Look at this amazing Elephant slide. Photo taken in Girona, Spain in 1975 by Francesc Català-Roca.


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Time: This hopscotch installation proves to be temporal because the medium itself is not lasting and eventually will fade.

Public Play Spaces - but a fun idea for a long hopscotch!

Red Bull gives its London employees wings with this seemingly endless slide and floating staircase. (Designer: Jump Studios)

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good idea, lots of energy put in; next time lighter, more flexible...CHARLES EAMES // TOYS MADE TO WEAR

charles eames, design (cardboard bird costume with flappy wings)

Sometimes our paths lead to strange or unfamiliar places... but, as we continue to move forward, we gain new understanding.

Funny pictures about A little girl and her elephant. Oh, and cool pics about A little girl and her elephant. Also, A little girl and her elephant photos.

Check out Michella Pomales's "Waterfall Swings" decalz @Lockerz http://lockerz.com/d/19692346?ref=michella.pomales4654

Funny pictures about Water Swings. Oh, and cool pics about Water Swings. Also, Water Swings.

Not Milwaukee Swing Park

(Okay, I know this is a park, but I want a light up adult swing in my back yard!) The wildly successful Lawn on D Street is a temporary park that took no tedious city planning. Should we let more urban design emerge organically?

Fish slide at the Gothenburg Horticultural Society Playground, Sweden

Fish slide at the Gothenburg Horticultural Society Playground Tunnel slide at Plitka Park , which is also home to the Monstrum whale.

Origami artist creates life-sized elephant from one piece of paper | Creative Boom Magazine

Professional origami artist Sipho Mabona has created a huge, life-sized elephant with just one sheet of paper. His most ambitious work to date, the elephant took Mabona and a team of over a dozen people four weeks to complete.