Inspiring archive for 2018-05-21

Artist Spotlight: Guim Tió

(2 years ago)
A selection of work by Barcelona-based artist Guim Tió. Describing Tió’s work as a “breath of fresh air” — one that forces us to take a break from our lives and luxuriate in “the pause” — art critic Gisela Chillida sees Tio’s latest paintings as an exercise in imagination rather than recollection: “If his last … Continued

Illustrator Spotlight: Fran Caballero

(2 years ago)
Describing his own work as “a terrible, macabre kind of physical comedy,” Glasgow-based illustrator Fran Caballero explores a particularly deceptive simplicity, utilizing irresistible shapes and colours to play on our expectations. As he states: “I feel like a lot of my personal work begins with refining or focusing on something a bit rubbish, and spoon … Continued

Act with Devotion & Intention, Letting Go of Attachment to Outcome

(2 years ago)
By Leo Babauta You’re starting a project or a new exercise plan, and it’s in shaky new territory for you. You feel doubt about whether you can do it, and so you’re tensely doing everything you can to make sure it will turn out the way you hope. The stress, fear, doubt and tension here […]

Association of the Week: The Triangle

(2 years ago)
The triangle is one of the most elementary symbolic figures due to its geometric aspect: it’s basically the simplest way of linking three points in space with straight lines. Yet not all triangles have the same meaning. In excavations made near to Lepenski Vir in the Danube, there was found many blocs of stones shaped […]