Sunday, July 22, 2018

Personal Message


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Cynical Love


“Macarena Project” by Sara Serpilli

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Leon Keer


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Alive




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Twinkle Twinkle Little Guys



Amber Au and Kila Cheung worked together for the Twinkle Twinkle Little Guys 30 days project in the summer of 2017. Kila a full time artist specialized in painting and sculptures; Amber is working in radio station hosting programs about Arts and Culture and also stories of local people.
 They purchased 30 warning lights and started their project. She painted different faces on the lights and then they placed them at different corners of Hong Kong continuously for 30 days, they called the lights Twinkle Twinkle Little Guys.

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What's your secret nationality?

When it comes to your personality, your nation of birth may not be your true home.
Where in the world are people most like you? Take this quiz, and find out.

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Saturday, July 21, 2018

Private documents reveal the secret life of Thatcher's teddy bears.


Margaret Thatcher’s teddy bears Humphrey and Mrs Teddy were busy and often unable to come out and play, personal files from the prime minister’s time in Downing Street reveal.

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Puhl


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Gripface

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What We're Reading


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Friday, July 20, 2018

Everything, Nadine Redlich


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Seung Uk Hong on Behance



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In The Stretch


Photograph by Ian Nelson.

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Sea Dragon


Photograph by Richard Wylie

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The Coralarium by Jason deCaires Taylor





Built in a large developed coral lagoon in the Maldives, the semi-submerged installation is positioned so both human and marine visitors can interact with sculptural elements on the skyline, inter-tidal waterline, and seabed.
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Thursday, July 19, 2018

One Loop Portrait




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Outbreak, Charles P├ętillon




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Shelter from the Storm




Will Scott’s photographs show the astonishing architectural variety in the quirky buildings designed to defeat the British weather.

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Recycled Park





In Rotterdam, a floating park in the Maas River is showing just what can be created from plastic waste. Thanks to the Recycled Island Foundation, plastic collected from the river and port has been transformed into 1,500 square feet of floating habitat that will give back to the ecosystem.
 The foundation developed floating litter traps that ensnared the river trash over the course of 1.5 years, which was then sorted and recycled. The recycled plastic was molded into 28 hexagonal blocks that link together to form the Recycled Park.

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Chameleon Villa




East of the Balinese capital Denpasar is a village called Buwit, here, amidst dense rainforest overlooking a river stands Word of Mouth House’s ‘Chameleon Villa’.
A multi-level home where the jungle has been allowed to take over in the most artful way.

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