Inspiring archive for 2015-11-09

The Most Important Moment

(3 years ago)
By Leo Babauta Something I forget a lot, and have to remind myself about a lot: I’m not on my way somewhere. This moment isn’t just a stepping stone to get to another place. It’s the destination. I’m already here. I’m not on my way to a more important moment. This current moment is the […]

Surreal Cityscape Collages by Artist Andrew Soria

(3 years ago)
I like these digitally manipulated photo collages by artist Andrew Soria. The artist shoots cityscapes and then heavily Photoshops the imagery to create new compositions in a very painterly style. More images below.

Photographer Spotlight: Matthew Tammaro

(3 years ago)
Portraits by Matthew Tammaro, all of which were shot for Fader (Geordie Wood has done an amazing job as photo editor over there). More photos below.

Artist Spotlight: Dan Gluibizzi

(3 years ago)
A selection of work from You Don’t Have to Be Alone Tonight, Portland-based artist Dan Gluibizzi’s show that just opened at CULT in San Francisco. More images below.

Mind-Bending Series by Artist Victor Enrich

(3 years ago)
In “NHDK,” fine artist Victor Enrich takes a single image of the NH Deutscher Kaiser Hotel in Munich and re-imagines it in a variety of different ways. Some changes are subtle, with Enrich simply adjusting the size or arrangement of the building, … Continue reading →

Best of Kickstarter: The Winnebago Workshop

(3 years ago)
Minnesota-based photographer Alec Soth may be a highly accomplished artist in his own right but now he’s focusing his attention on the next generation. For Soth the most important thing is getting young people out of traditional classrooms and actually looking at things out in … Continue reading →

What will they say

(3 years ago)
As a boy, Abin-Alsar overheard a conversation between his father and a dervish. “Careful with your work”, said the dervish. “Think of what future generations will say about you.” “So what?”, replied his father, “When I die, everything shall end, and it will not matter what they say.” Abin-Alsar never forgot that conversation. His whole […]


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