Inspiring archive for 2015-12-15

The Definitive LEGO Colour Chart

(3 years ago)
Redditor Apsis (a.k.a. Jeremy Moody) has created the ultimate LEGO colour catalogue. For those LEGO fans taking notes, this involved tracking down and arranging each distinctly coloured piece (that’s 182 total so far!). Click below to see the entire chart.

Video of the Day: Six Years of Wynwood Walls

(3 years ago)
Cinemart has been documenting the progression of late urban visionary Tony Goldman’s reinvention of the Miami neighbourhood of Wynwood since 2009. Continuing to track the transformation from desolate industrial area to sprawling outdoor street art museum (featuring the work of some of … Continue reading →

Music Video of the Day: Chet Faker & Marcus Marr “The Trouble With Us”

(3 years ago)
Similar to Total Makeover’s “Self Destructive” (posted here) with synchronized sets of couples taking a stab at love. The video also showcases a smooth new track by Australian electro-soul musician, Chet Faker (a.k.a. Nicholas Murphy) and London-based DJ Marcus Marr. Directed by … Continue reading →

31 Perfect Things

(3 years ago)
By Leo Babauta As we see more and more holiday gift guides, articles espousing the perfectness of glitzy products, I’d like to offer an alternative perspective. We don’t need to buy things to make our lives beautiful or joyous. We don’t need more glamorous items in our lives to find happiness and contentment. We can […]

10 Powerful Life Lessons from The Alchemist

(3 years ago)
by Thai Nguyen The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho is one of the best-selling books in history. The story of Santiago, the shepherd boy on a journey to realize his “Personal Legend” has inspired people all over the world to live their dreams. Here are ten of the most popular passages and lessons to apply to […]

Artist Spotlight: Anouk Griffioen

(3 years ago)
Large-scale drawings by Rotterdam, Netherlands-based artist Anouk Griffioen. More images below.

Artist Spotlight: Barlo

(3 years ago)
“Nature of Knowledge” a beautiful mural by artist Gian Barlo, who submitted work to our December Reader Submissions. The artwork, spanning seven walls, references Chinese mythology and is actually a critique of the current education system in Hong Kong. Have … Continue reading →

Star Wars Characters Reimagined as Greek Sculptures

(3 years ago)
In honour of the imminent release of The Force Awakens aka the movie that has already taken over the Internet, here are some digitally created faux-marble sculptures by a French artist who goes by the name Travis Durden (a reference … Continue reading →


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