Inspiring archive for 2015-05-29

The 30-Day Learning Challenge

(4 years ago)
By Leo Babauta There are probably a dozen items on your lifelong list of things to learn: a foreign language, guitar, martial arts, yoga, a sport, chess/poker/billiards, programming, html/css, drawing/painting, ancient history … the list is endless! Now is the time to do it. I hereby challenge you to tackle one of your learning projects […]

Graffiti just like Grandma used to make

(4 years ago)
LATA 65 is introducing older citizens of Lisbon to graffiti. With the help of established street artists, attendees of the workshop learn the history of street art, create their own stencils/tags, and are taken out into the city to make their mark. … Continue reading →View the whole post: Graffiti just like Grandma used to make over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Tom Rosenthal – Don’t Wait

(4 years ago)
Video for “Don’t Wait,” by British songwriter Tom Rosenthal, features a fair amount of twirling and other random gestures of boredom. Watch the delightful video below.View the whole post: Tom Rosenthal – Don’t Wait over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Artist Nicolas Ménard

(4 years ago)
Illustrations by London-based graphic artist Nicolas Ménard (originally from Montreal). More images below.View the whole post: Artist Nicolas Ménard over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Shin Kwangho

(4 years ago)
Shin Kwangho creates massive portraits using incredibly thick and large brush strokes of very selective colors to portray his subjects.  Continue below to see more of Shin’s work.View the whole post: Shin Kwangho over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Biome

(4 years ago)
3D animation artwork by the ever forward-thinking Polish duo Pussykrew is a looping video for a verticle display. Featuring both organic and man-made objects, the original work was part of an installation at the Replay Boardroom Gallery in Amsterdam. Expect … Continue reading →View the whole post: Biome over on BOOOOOOOM!.

Trees and towns

(4 years ago)
By Paulo Coelho In the Mojave desert, one often comes across those famous ghost towns that were built around the gold mines. They were abandoned when all the gold had been mined out. They had served their purpose and there was no reason for anyone to go on living there. When we walk through a […]


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