Inspiring archive for 2017-01-25

Booooooom TV Guide: Best Animations of the Week

(2 years ago)
If you’re an animator looking for inspiration make sure you peep the animation section of Booooooom TV. We’re working hard to make it a collection of the best animated work on the Internet. Here’s a few recommendations: 1. A barrage of short animations … Continue reading →

Villagers Hand-Knit Giant Sweaters to Help Keep Rescued Elephants Warm

(2 years ago)
The Wildlife SOS Conservation and Care Center in Mathura, India offers sanctuary to elephants who have been abuse and exploited. Due to particularly cold weather, some of the animals have also received a new wardrobe! Unfortunately, because it can take up … Continue reading →

Artist Spotlight: Jennifer Nehrbass

(2 years ago)
New paintings and collages by artist Jennifer Nehrbass (previously posted here). See more images below.

Artist Spotlight: Amy Boone-McCreesh

(2 years ago)
A selection of recent work by Baltimore, Maryland-based artist Amy Boone-McCreesh (previously featured here). More images below.

Best of Instagram: New York Photographer Hannah Ryan Captures Hands on the Subway

(2 years ago)
For the past year photographer Hannah Ryan (aka @subwayhands) has been sneaking shots of all the different hands she encounters while riding the subway between Brooklyn and Manhattan. Check out more strange-yet-fascinating images from her unique archive below!

Photographer Spotlight: Jessica Tremp

(2 years ago)
A selection of work by Melbourne-based photographer Jessica Tremp. Click here for previous post. More images below.

Review on THE SPY

(2 years ago)
(Review by LOTUS ) Memories are full of caprice, where images of things we’ve experienced are still capable of suffocating us through one small detail or insignificant sound.” The worldwide bestselling author, Paulo Coelho, returns with a new novel titled The Spy. In this novel, Coelho takes its readers on a journey through early 20th […]

Finding Stillness

(2 years ago)
By Leo Babauta I’ve heard from many people who say, “I think too much,” or “I can’t get out of my own head.” This is pretty common. Thinking isn’t the problem, but the struggle comes when we’re constantly spinning stories in our heads and getting caught up in them. Our minds jump from one thing […]


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