Tetris Syndrome
[Wikipedia] The Tetris effect (also known as Tetris Syndrome) occurs when people devote sufficient time and attention to an activity that it begins to overshadow their thoughts, mental images, and dreams. People who play Tetris for a prolonged amount of time may then find themselves thinking about ways different shapes in the real world can fit together, such as the boxes on a supermarket shelf or the buildings on a street.
Tetris Syndrome
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Deconstructed Rose
From Life, Deconstructed
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Simpson Strong-Tie Connectors Collection
Photo by Jim Golden, styling by Beverly James Neel
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Classic Videogame Systems by Jim Golden
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