Inspiring archive for 2015-11-04

Illustrator Spotlight: Tatsushi Eto

(4 years ago)
Beautiful patterns and daily life illustrations by Kawasaki, Japan-based Tatsushi Eto. More images below.

Living Lightly with the One-Bag Lifestyle

(4 years ago)
By Leo Babauta I’ve been on a handful of long trips this year and in recent years, and on all those trips, I lived out of a small bag. I loved living so lightly, but every time I came home, it felt weird: all of a sudden I had about 10x more stuff. It didn’t […]

Be Grateful for Every Moment

(4 years ago)
Be Grateful for Every MomentLouise Hay Reminds Us To Always Be Thankful Louise Hay Nov 04, 2015 at 03:30 AM Let’s spend as many moments as we can every day this month being grateful for all the good that is in our lives. If you have little in your life now, it will increase...read full story RSS

Photographer Spotlight: Muhammad Fadli

(4 years ago)
A selection of photos by Sumatran-born Indonesian photographer Muhammad Fadli, based in Jakarta, Indonesia. More images below.

The circle of joy

(4 years ago)
EM PORTUGUES AQUI: O circulo da alegria EN ESPANOL AQUI : El circulo de alegria Illustration by Ken CraneAnd old story tells that one day, a countryman knocked hard on a monastery door. When the monk tending the gates opened up, he was given a magnificent bunch of grapes. – Brother, these are the finest […]

Beautiful Photo Manipulations by Josef Schulz

(4 years ago)
Love these images by Düsseldorf, Germany-based artist Josef Sculz who uses subtle photo manipulation to gorgeous effect. More below.

Powerful Kinetic Installation Uses Thousands of Falling Bullet Casings to Commemorate WWII

(4 years ago)
“Miara Pokoju” or “Quantum of Peace” is a kinetic installation by new media design group, panGenerator. On display at Poland’s Warsaw Rising Museum, the visually striking “infosculpture” uses thousands of bullet shells, pneumatic actuators, neodimium magnets, and industrial-grade transmission belts. The … Continue reading →

Clothed and Unclothed Tattoo Portraits by Photographer Alan Powdrill

(4 years ago)
“I was 17. I hid the first few from my parents for many years and by the time they found out they knew this was going to be my life.” Philip, 27, Southend-on-Sea Series of doubled portraits by London-based photographer … Continue reading →

Video of the Day: “Paris Go Zones” by Cyprien Clément-Delmas

(4 years ago)
Dubbed a “no-go zone” by a Fox News reporter, director Cyprien Clément-Delmas, and a selection of North Parisian youth prove otherwise. Beautiful cinematography in this. Check out the vibrant and eclectic “Paris Go Zones” below!

Animation of the Day: “Slowly Rising”

(4 years ago)
Love the mesmerizing, oceanic vibe of this music video for BEATSOFREEN’s track “Slowly Rising” by Tokyo-based animator Hideki Inaba. Check it out below!




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