Inspiring archive for 2017-12-05

A Guide to Finding Calm & Being Less Frustrated

(12 months ago)
By Leo Babauta One of the most common sources of difficulty for most of us is frustration – we can get frustrated with the smallest things, throughout the day. And yet, becoming aware of how often we’re frustrated doesn’t quite solve the problem. Someone pointing out that you’re frustrated only makes you more irritated. How […]

Artist Spotlight: Kwang-ho Lee

(12 months ago)
Lovely large-scale paintings of various cacti by Korean artist Kwang-ho Lee. More images below.  

Photographer Spotlight: Benjamin Ewing

(12 months ago)
Benjamin Ewing is a multidisciplinary artist with a foundation in editorial photography, currently residing in Portland, Oregon. The selected work spans from 2015-2017 exploring emotional triggers through form, material & obsessive composition.  

“The Space Monkey Returns!” by Artist James Marshall aka Dalek

(12 months ago)
New work by artist James Marshall (aka Dalek), currently based in North Carolina. See more images below or on display at Thinkspace Gallery in California until December 23.

Editor Pick: Julia Trybala

(12 months ago)
A wonderfully suggestive series of paintings by artist Julia Trybala from Melbourne, Australia. This project was submitted by Trybala and selected as an Editor Pick. Click here if you have work of your own you’d like to share with us. See more images from “Flesh / Gloss” below.  

Portraits of Identical Twins Made into Jigsaw Puzzles

(12 months ago)
German photographer Alma Haser takes individual portraits of identical twins and transfers them onto 500 and 1000-piece puzzles. She then plays with different combinations of pieces from each to construct trippy assemblages that are often indistinguishable aside from the subtle swapping of pieces. See more from Haser’s mind-melding series below.  

Photographer Spotlight: Monty Kaplan

(12 months ago)
Dynamic work from photographer Javier “Monty” Kaplan from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Love those colours! See more images below.  




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