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Nick Rovisa

Digital Producer, Creatively Ambiguous

This site is my default network, the place where I'm not not focused on the outside world and my brain is at wakeful rest.

Brooklyn, New York

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8 July 2014

vimeo:

More Barcelona, please. 

Watch.


3 July 2014

when we find ourselves obsessing over past choices, we can 1) recognize that we’re falling into this pattern, 2) realize that there’s some ideal we’re comparing our choices and ourselves to, and 3) let go of these perfect ideals and embrace a wider range of reality.

Why We Have Regret : zenhabits

nickrovisa via SoundCloud / Penguin Prison

28 June 2014

copycats:

All Night Long by Penguin Prison
originally by Lionel Ritchie


nickrovisa via Spotify

27 June 2014

Album is amazing, top to bottom.


TAGS: music spotify

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26 June 2014

Spotted: massive screen on the side of a building showing the #WorldCup. It’s amazing in person. (at Eventi - A Kimpton Hotel)

Spotted: massive screen on the side of a building showing the #WorldCup. It’s amazing in person. (at Eventi - A Kimpton Hotel)


TAGS: worldcup

nickrovisa via cmj.com

26 June 2014

cmj:

Toronto’s The Weeknd pretty much wrote the new guard book on icy, perpetually horned-up R&B. This new loosey tune “Often” is no exception. Take a listen here.

cmj:

Toronto’s The Weeknd pretty much wrote the new guard book on icy, perpetually horned-up R&B. This new loosey tune “Often” is no exception. Take a listen here.


nickrovisa via architecturelinked.com

21 June 2014

odditiesoflife:

The Moses Bridge

Located in the village of Halsteren in the Netherlands is the uniquely designed Moses Bridge. During the Austrian War of Succession (1740–1748), Fort de Roovere was under siege by the French. The fort was strategically surrounded by a moat with no bridge for defense.

As part of a recent restoration, the fort required the addition of an access bridge. Out of respect for the fort’s original island status, the bridge was constructed with this fascinating design. Since the bridge sits flush with the line of the soil and water, it is almost invisible. Because of its unique design, it acquired the name of the “Moses Bridge” as it partially immerses pedestrians into the moat with the water blocked on both sides.

(via uncube)