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60 Likes, 2 Comments - Nicolai Bak • Aarhus (@nicolaibak) on Instagram: “#birthday  #221of365 #BakDesign2015  Congratulations me!!!!! 🎁🎁🎁🎁 today i turn 21 🎂🎈 #present…”

60 Likes, 2 Comments - Nicolai Bak • Aarhus (@nicolaibak) on Instagram: “#birthday #221of365 #BakDesign2015 Congratulations me!!!!! 🎁🎁🎁🎁 today i turn 21 🎂🎈 #present…”

72 Likes, 3 Comments - Nicolai Bak • Aarhus (@nicolaibak) on Instagram: “Love shirts #225of365 #BakDesign2015  After a few days of celebrating me 😁 I now have a lot of…”

72 Likes, 3 Comments - Nicolai Bak • Aarhus (@nicolaibak) on Instagram: “Love shirts #225of365 #BakDesign2015 After a few days of celebrating me 😁 I now have a lot of…”

110 Likes, 3 Comments - Nicolai Bak • Aarhus (@nicolaibak) on Instagram: “Wrapped #352of365 #BakDesign2015  First gifts are wrapped  #gift #xmas #christmas #icondesign…”

110 Likes, 3 Comments - Nicolai Bak • Aarhus (@nicolaibak) on Instagram: “Wrapped #352of365 #BakDesign2015 First gifts are wrapped #gift #xmas #christmas #icondesign…”

EAD2015 day 18 of 365 single earring etsymetal team

EAD2015 day 18 of 365 single earring etsymetal team labradorite sterling silver asymmetrical or pendant

EAD2015 day 18 of 365 single earring etsymetal team

EAD2015 day 18 of 365 single earring etsymetal team

EAD2015 day 18 of 365 single earring etsymetal team labradorite sterling silver asymmetrical or pendant

EAD2015 day 18 of 365 single earring etsymetal team

The Planck satellite provided a fresh view of the Large Magellanic Cloud (dark dots, centre) and the Small Magellanic Cloud (bottom left) — two galaxies close to our own Milky Way. The image uses data captured at microwave and sub-millimetre wavelengths.

The Planck satellite provided a fresh view of the Large Magellanic Cloud (dark dots, centre) and the Small Magellanic Cloud (bottom left) — two galaxies close to our own Milky Way. The image uses data captured at microwave and sub-millimetre wavelengths.

Les femmes d’Alger, Version O (1955) by Pablo Picasso, which sold for US$179,365,000 at Christie's, New York on May 11, 2015 - new record for most valuable work of art ever sold at auction.

Les femmes d’Alger, Version O (1955) by Pablo Picasso, which sold for US$179,365,000 at Christie's, New York on May 11, 2015 - new record for most valuable work of art ever sold at auction.

77 Likes, 1 Comments - Nicolai Bak • Aarhus (@nicolaibak) on Instagram: “#money #272of365 #BakDesign2015  Pricing is so of in EU on the new Nexus phones #nexus #google…”

77 Likes, 1 Comments - Nicolai Bak • Aarhus (@nicolaibak) on Instagram: “#money #272of365 #BakDesign2015 Pricing is so of in EU on the new Nexus phones #nexus #google…”

93 Likes, 1 Comments - Nicolai Bak • Aarhus (@nicolaibak) on Instagram: “#hotairballoon  #241of365 #BakDesign2015  I wanna try this  #adventure #icondesgin #grafiskdesign…”

93 Likes, 1 Comments - Nicolai Bak • Aarhus (@nicolaibak) on Instagram: “#hotairballoon #241of365 #BakDesign2015 I wanna try this #adventure #icondesgin #grafiskdesign…”

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