For the little boy of last Pixar’s short movie, tonight is the very first time his Papa and Grandpa are taking him to work. A big surprise awaits the little boy as he discovers his family’s work. Should he follow the example of his Papa, or his Grandpa? Simple, symbolic and with a great sense of magic, La Luna brings us back to the unique power of wonder that growing up adults lose. Be Positive!
Aren’t you able to take a break from office work – you’re not smoking – why going outside, bad weather, warm office, how to get a pause? This URL might help you to interrupt what you’re doing, whenever you need, and go away from you laptop, at the coffee machine or for a chat with a colleague. Do nothing for 2 minutes!
The less I miss, the less I am behind.
Willam, Downtown Abbey
Ever considered to see your life as a game where rules for every age are given? Designer Oliver Emberton put it into quick sketches and calculation to resume the basics of our life-stages. Considering them as levels to unlock and with specific features and aims, his vision can help to see life circle as a game-player, intending to play it well till the end.
Photographer Tsuneaki Hiramatsu was hanging around Japanese countryside with a handy Nikon when he noticed sparkling lights in the night. At a closer look, he found out that thousands of lighting bugs were flying all around and didn’t miss the chance to catch the moment. His photogallery is wonderful and the beauty of nature, breathless.
Photographers Ellen Van Deelen and Jessica Florence lived for quite a long time with unusual pets: rats! And since everyday life together seemed interesting, they started shooting their friends with tiny objects and human poses so that… well, you can see the result at http://www.flickr.com/photos/necilbug/with/3904156147/ and http://www.redbubble.com/people/ellen/collections/85838-my-rat-photos?order=top+selling
Cute, weird or genius? However, positive!
You’d better check twice what’s in your meal next time: you might see one of these little men working or playing or enjoying life on your donuts! Photographers Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida created a series of ironical sceneries with mini-people hanging around in a edible world. Supercool!