Survivors of Global Terrorist Attacks Come Together and Share Their Stories

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“Before the bombing, I never wanted kids. I wouldn't have changed my mind if I hadn't gone through that because I am just so different than I was before. Laying there on the ground, I didn’t know if I was going to live. I didn’t know that I wasn’t going to die. I saw my … Continue reading Survivors of Global Terrorist Attacks Come Together and Share Their Stories

Daily Inspiration – 1119

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Fuzzy Rug Look-like Buttercream Cake

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We have been seeing many weird cake creation in these days, geometry cake, flower cake, meal-like cake and even a snake cake. Although some of these sculpted cake are pretty odd, I have to admit the rug cake is definitely one of the most bizarre cake I have seen. Because I never think about I … Continue reading Fuzzy Rug Look-like Buttercream Cake

6 Creative Utensil Saver Designs

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When cook with deep pot, we know we should be careful about our spoon/ladle. Since if we just let them recline against the pot then leave for a while, we might end up digging deep in the pot to get our utensils out. That is definitely not something we want, right? The spoon saver or … Continue reading 6 Creative Utensil Saver Designs

Easter brunch: lay it out

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Image courtesy of design sponge Following on from last week’s post ‘How do you like your eggs?’ here are some ideas for laying your table in ways that honour the time and trouble you put into making wonderful brunches on weekends. These rustic settings prove that less really is more – with a simple but … Continue reading Easter brunch: lay it out

25 Stunning Photo manipulation and Retouching works by Domz Studio

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Photo Manipulation by Domz Studio : In this post we have added stunning photoshop Sculptures, Digital Artworks and Photo manipulation works done by Domz Studio. Deyvis G. Mazonis has 13 years of experience in Contemporary Art, Esculpture, Comics and 7 years in Graphic Design and Digital Art works.   To Know more about Domz Designs Share … Continue reading 25 Stunning Photo manipulation and Retouching works by Domz Studio

A new responsible age of environmental leadership in America

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As public concern for unchecked management of plastic waste grows, national governments are responding with lofty goals to mitigate a looming environmental crisis. Seemingly one by one, international leaders have declared war on plastic waste. Undeniably, however, U.S. leaders aren’t exactly chomping at the bit to prioritize environmental legislation. The absence of environmental leadership in … Continue reading A new responsible age of environmental leadership in America

19 Inspirational Quotes From True Artists to Help You Overcome a Creative Rut

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It's a moment that every creative dreads, yet most have faced at one point or another—artist's block. In these situations, it's easy to be hard on ourselves and wallow in pity, waiting for inspiration to strike. But the reality is, hard work and diligence is what moves you further along the creative path. So how … Continue reading 19 Inspirational Quotes From True Artists to Help You Overcome a Creative Rut

One Genius Way to Reuse All Those Takeout Sauce Packets

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You know the drill. You order Chinese takeout, it arrives, and you pull everything out of the brown paper grocery sack in preparation to chow down on some chow mein. But when you reach the bottom of the bag, you're distracted by a question nagging your brain: How could one person possibly use all of … Continue reading One Genius Way to Reuse All Those Takeout Sauce Packets

How to become design royalty

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Making a name for yourself in the design industry takes time, skill and patience. It's not just about having a show-stopping design portfolio: this fast-paced industry means creative folk need to continually look for ways to upskill so you can lead from the front. Tobias van Schneider was born in Germany, raised in Austria, and … Continue reading How to become design royalty

Carl Sagan on Mystery, Why Common Sense Blinds Us to the Universe, and How to Live with the Unknown

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Carl Sagan - It’s a critical moment in the history of the world… We are the representatives of the cosmos; we are an example of what hydrogen atoms can do, given fifteen billion years of cosmic evolution.

Daily Inspiration – 1118

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Realistic Paintings Of Landscapes By Thomas Dubois

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Thomas Dubois is an architect and designer based in the south of France. Recently, he made a series of paintings illustrations of desert landscapes. And we must admit that the rendering is amazing. His works are to be discovered on Behance and Instagram.         Images Galerie (4)

Amazing 4D Artwork

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Based in Germany creative director Mario Tran Phuc, directed the project entitled “X-Particles & Cycles 4D Artwork”. We discover visual effects created in 4D and sometimes representing natural elements and forms, such as water. The artist uses visual effects to paint in a three-dimensional canvas. Some pictures are bluffing. This ultra visual work is to … Continue reading Amazing 4D Artwork

De Witte Raaf (2006–)

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De Witte Raaf (“The White Raven”) is a bimonthly art journal published in Brussels since 1986. Printed in an edition of more than 15,000 copies, it may be picked up for free from over thousand distribution points in Belgium and the Netherlands. The journal “wants to revive the public debate about the arts. To this … Continue reading De Witte Raaf (2006–)

You Can Virtually Leaf Through This Tiny Persian Manuscript From the 15th Century

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In the 15th century, wealthy and worldly individuals collected illuminated manuscripts, hand-written books embellished with exquisite illustrations and gilded decoration.

Life-Sized Wire Animal Sculptures Look Perfectly at Home in Natural Environments

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Artist Candice Bees is a woman of many creative talents. Formally trained as an illustrator, her practice has since shifted into making wire animal sculptures. But she hasn’t abandoned her drawing sensibilities; instead, she bundles the metal wire into dense forms

Artist Gives Old Paintbrushes New Life and Personality as Baroque Characters

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Los Angeles-based surrealist artist Alexandra Dillon brings new life to found objects by transforming them into charming characters.

Archeologist Spends Over 35 Years Building Enormous Scale Model of Ancient Rome

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Photo: Museum of Roman Civilization Tucked in the residential Roman neighborhood of EUR, a sprawling 1:250 scale model displays the glory of ancient Rome. Known as the Plastico di Roma Imperiale, the plaster model was commissioned by Mussolini in 1933 and depicts Rome in the 4th century AD at the time of Constantine I. It now sits … Continue reading Archeologist Spends Over 35 Years Building Enormous Scale Model of Ancient Rome

Nature-Inspired Embroidery Designs Capture the Magic of the Rocky Mountains

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Colorado-based artist Zoe Finn (aka Fireside Threads) stitches nature-inspired embroidery designs that capture the magic of her neighboring Rocky Mountains. Inspired by “earth, her beauties big and small,” each handmade landscape features abstract layers of colorful mountain peaks, stitched to zig-zag across cloud and star-filled textile skies. Ranging in size and color, some of Finn’s … Continue reading Nature-Inspired Embroidery Designs Capture the Magic of the Rocky Mountains