Kristian Kjærnes

Kristian Kjærnes

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Une famille où l'ambiance est quelque peu électrique... / Street Art.

Une famille où l'ambiance est quelque peu électrique... / Street Art.

This probably won't happen...but it looks cool. Maybe a variation of it?

This probably won't happen...but it looks cool. Maybe a variation of it?

TOP 16 Fast Footwork Soccer Drills To Improve Ball Control, Touch and Speed | Ball Control | The #1 Soccer Club and League Scheduling and Management Software | Skills and Drills | Community Content & Resources | TeamSnap

TOP 16 Fast Footwork Soccer Drills To Improve Ball Control, Touch and Speed | Ball Control | The #1 Soccer Club and League Scheduling and Management Software | Skills and Drills | Community Content & Resources | TeamSnap

No one to practice with? No problem. Use this 1 hr training routine to improve your skills, fitness, and confdience by yourself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27hkBzSqfDA

No one to practice with? No problem. Use this 1 hr training routine to improve your skills, fitness, and confdience by yourself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27hkBzSqfDA

Another 11 Fascinating LEGO Creations - Oddee.com (cool lego creations)

Another 11 Fascinating LEGO Creations - Oddee.com (cool lego creations)

Why most managers are useless - WTF fun facts

Why most managers are useless - WTF fun facts

Shoreditch’s 10 Best Streets to See Graffiti: East London's Most Exciting Street Art

Shoreditch’s 10 Best Streets to See Graffiti: East London's Most Exciting Street Art

Without the use of paints, Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto (aka “Vhils”) depicts, or rather, sculpts expressive faces on the walls of dilapidated buildings. He’s now one of the biggest names in the street art world, having had work featured on the cover of The Times after passing through London, Italy, USA and other countries. #Lisbon, Rua de Cascais

Without the use of paints, Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto (aka “Vhils”) depicts, or rather, sculpts expressive faces on the walls of dilapidated buildings. He’s now one of the biggest names in the street art world, having had work featured on the cover of The Times after passing through London, Italy, USA and other countries. #Lisbon, Rua de Cascais