Monday, March 30, 2015

I'll be back

Wayne Miller, Orinda, California, 1956
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They Are From Outer Space

Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

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Geeky Kitchen Items

Whether you are a kitchen wizard or only an occasional guest, these cute and geeky kitchen gadgets will surely make your time in the kitchen more fun.

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Adorable Photos Proving That Your Kids Need A Cat


When they are not planning world domination, cats can be wonderful purring companions for children.

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There are two types of horses in this world.

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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Why are you upside down?

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Will Work For Cheese


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Zagreb – Then and Now by Ognjen Ivanovic

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Image of the day

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I went to MoMA and.....




                                  May I Have This Dance

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Saturday, March 28, 2015

Snug as a bug in a rug.


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Cute Animals Eating Strawberry

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I’m all ears!

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Here today gone tomorrow!

An artist from Seattle has created a form of street art that is guaranteed to brighten up your rainy day.

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Kathmandu graffiti


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Feeling



Drawings by Hallie Bateman.

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Friday, March 27, 2015

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Why Millions of Grownups Are Buying These Coloring Books For Adults

An artist named Johanna Basford pretty much owns two slots of the top seven books on Amazon, next to household names like Erik Larson and the omnipresent Dr. Phil. But Basford's books aren't novels—they're collections of black-and-white drawings. The artist, who graduated from design school in 2005 and is based in Scotland, has turned her lovely ink drawings into coloring books "for grownups."
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A Hanging Garden That Floats Through Space to Meet Your Nose

Gardens are beautiful and all but they're almost always inconveniently located on the ground. Instead of stooping to smell the roses, this garden comes to you: A suspended, living arrangement of 2,300 flowers which rises and fall around viewers as they move through the space.
 Floating Flower Garden: Flowers and I are of the same root, the Garden and I are one is a project by Japanese artists at teamLab, where a computer-controlled system shifts the 2,300 plants up and down depending on the presence of a person walking below. via

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