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Freddie Mercury loved music, flamboyant fashion, Liza Minnelli , and as the new Bohemian Rhapsody biopic attests, his cats. Though the Rami Malek film does not get into many specifics—there are only so many feline cutaways director Bryan Singer could presumably fit into the approximately two-hour run time—it teases howRead More →

Secret Garden House by Wallflower Architecture + Design The Secret Garden House, designed by Singapore based Wallflower Architecture + Design , is situated in the good class bungalow area of Bukit Timah. The owner’s brief was to have a luxurious, tropical, contemporary family home. Source: Secret Garden House by WallflowerRead More →

Change swept through Canada in the 1960s: Immigration policy was liberalized, a separatist movement burgeoned in Quebec, and indigenous communities could finally vote. Starting with its flag, Canada’s design culture changed, too. Source: How Canada Discovered Its Visual IdentityRead More →

Photography is a challenging career. So, what pulls us through when it all gets so overwhelming? There’s a certain safety in giving up. There’s a certain calm in knowing that this is as far as you’re ever going to go. A feeling of peace. Source: Overcoming the Fear of FailureRead More →

Graphic design is how corporations, blogs and pretty much everyone else that is out there trying to get noticed present themselves to the world. Figuring out what graphic design trends will be in vogue after some time is an excellent way of getting ahead of the curve and making itRead More →

Gallery: British Photography Awards 2019 Alexandra Robins, Lavender Princesses: “My models were Misty and Beauty, two stunning, rescue blue merle collies. Everything was just as I hoped it would be but these two made it extra beautiful. Source: Gallery: British Photography Awards 2019Read More →

Smartphones have amazing cameras, but sometimes that’s not enough to get an Instagram-worthy picture. Luckily, photographer Donny Tsang is sharing his tips for styling and editing food photography on a phone using two free apps. Source: How to Master Food Photography on a PhoneRead More →

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Implement these four productivity hacks and you’ll be well on your way to getting more done in even less time with your side hustle. Do you ever wish there were just one or two more hours in a day? I know I’ve had moments when it felt like there’d never be enough time to manage allRead More →

One of the things I was most excited about was decorating Frankie’s room. I know, it’s kinda cliche that I love the idea so much, I mean it’s clearly for me rather than her – at 5 months I don’t think she notices at all! But if I’ve learnt anythingRead More →

Ghent-based designer Bram Vanderbeke has sculpted a series of abstract furniture pieces from blocks made of concrete waste that are treated with pigments and waxes to give an unexpected texture. The New Primitives collection features a series of side tables and benches that have been treated with stone wax, commonly usedRead More →

With origins dating back some 4,000 years in China, Tai Chi Chuan and Chi Gung (or Qigong) are based around the concept of Chi (sometimes spelled as Qi), the vital life energy which circulates through the body in channels called meridians. Source: Meditation in Movement: Tai Chi Chuan and ChiRead More →

Transcendental meditation — the practice of effortless thinking — may be as effective at treating PTSD in conflict veterans as traditional therapy, US researchers said Friday, in findings that could help tens of thousands deal with their trauma. Source: Meditation helps conflict veterans with PTSD – studyRead More →

A Guided Meditation to Cultivate Kindness Explores this 17-minute kindness practice to open the heart and offer good wishes to others. Each time we bring our mind back to the present or work mindfully with thoughts and sensations, we are invited to practice kindness. Source: A Guided Meditation to CultivateRead More →

The Mental Inventory grants us the opportunity to take a step back and ask why. Go ahead, ask why for each item on your list. You don’t need to dive down an existential rabbit hole. Simply ask yourself two questions: 1. Does this matter? Source: The One Thing You’re NotRead More →

When Kate was pregnant with our first kiddo, I wanted to do the best I could to help her out during her pregnancy, as well as prepare for being a father to Gus when he finally arrived on the scene. So I did what any 21st century dad-to-be would do:Read More →

“You can have your experience without your experience having you.” ~Linda Pransky You’re no doubt aware that your moods can fluctuate from day to day, even moment to moment. I think most people can appreciate, when they really consider it, that their state of mind is a big variable inRead More →

“Bonjour Paris” is an incredible hyperlapse short film by Tyler Fairbank shot over the course of two weeks in Paris. All time and hyper-lapses were captured on a Sony A7s with three lenses (Canon 16-35mm f/2.8, Canon 24-105mm f/4, and Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3). Source: A Captivating Hyperlapse Through Paris’ MostRead More →

(Ok, there may be some chocolate and Netflix, but only if they are right for you, and no unconscious choices and definitely no added guilt) You know those days when you just can’t even? When adulting or even getting breakfast feels a million miles away? Source: Dealing with a BadRead More →

1. “How much is that puppy in the window?” Brands are getting more and more creative with how they display their products. We started seeing this last year with colorful backdrops and modern, still-life positioning . This year, brands are building on that and taking it a step further by integratingRead More →

As far as I know, there still are not many places to find barkcloth fabric to fashion into curtains (with a few matchy-matchy throw pillows, of course). Source: Eight barkcloth fabric designs by Eloise Renouf for Cloud9 FabricsRead More →