Inspiring archive for 2015-04-10

When Others Frustrate You

(4 years ago)
By Leo Babauta There’s a way of being that I’m trying to cultivate in myself — to let go of wanting others to be way. Here’s the problem: we all get frustrated with other people. We want our kids to do certain things, our spouses to be less something or other, our friends to change their […]

Plants Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles by Artist Veronika Richterová

(4 years ago)
Love these cactus plant sculptures made out of recycled plastic bottles by Czech artist Veronika Richterová. I’m totally gonna make some of these for my apartment! Lots more plants below!View the whole post: Plants Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles by Artist Veronika Richterová over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Video of the Day: Pow! Wow! Hawaii 2015

(4 years ago)
Here’s a great video capturing the fifth year of the @powwowhawaii festival. I’m happy to report that there was an abundance of female artists this year – not always the case with big mural events! Maya Hayuk, Fafi, Olek, Natalia Rak, Tati, Lauren YS, and Hueman are among the … Continue reading →View the whole post: Video of the Day: Pow! Wow! Hawaii 2015 over on BOOOOOOOM!.

“Map Tapestries” by Artist Hannah Waldron

(4 years ago)
New weavings based on places, by artist Hannah Waldron, from her “Map Tapestries” series. More images below.View the whole post: “Map Tapestries” by Artist Hannah Waldron over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Trippy Video of the Day: This is What The Sun Actually Looks Like

(4 years ago)
This is INSANE. I didn’t realise this was what the sun actually looked like! The footage is a series of time lapse sequences of the sun’s atmosphere as seen by the Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft between 2011 and 2015. Watch the … Continue reading →View the whole post: Trippy Video of the Day: This is What The Sun Actually Looks Like over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Love: concentrate and dissolve

(4 years ago)
There’s a motto in Alchemy: “Concentrate and dissolve”. As you may know alchemists would, through laboratory studies, try to distill the mercury from the sulfur and then refine the mercury until it converted into gold. This quest would lead them to the Philosopher Stone (which was the solid component) and the Long Life Elixir. All […]

“A Risky Jump” by Artist Scott Billings

(4 years ago)
Love this piece by Vancouver-based artist Scott Billings, currently on show at WAAP. “A Risky Jump” is a kinetic sculpture that projects a video clip as it moves. This gave me so many ideas! Watch the video below!View the whole post: “A Risky Jump” by Artist Scott Billings over on BOOOOOOOM!.


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