What the Korean Artist JeeYoung Lee did to ther tiny flat just leaves brathless: she settled stuff into a daydream concept set and took incredible, no-photoshopped pics before taking it off and build up the next one. The result is awesome! DIY is once again better than digital. What do you think?
Baby be a giant, let the world be small.
Robbe Williams, Go Gentle
In a single topic tumblr named Histagrams, the duo imagine an alternate reality where Instagram is available throughout history. While not always historically accurate (e.g., Laocoön actually wanted to set fire to the horse and the moon photo was not from the Apollo 11 mission), the spirit of Instagram is instantly recognizable.
French Animation Studio 2Factory published this reel about trends in lifestyle and design. Cool and colorful
The earth has 7 billion people on it. If you are one in a million, then there are 7,000 people just like you.
Javier Pérez aka cintascotch, is an artist and illustrator from Guayaquil, Ecuador. A few times a week, Pérez shares a new doodle with his 20,000 Instagram followers. Each doodle incorporates everyday objects like paper clips, coins and scissors. The doodles transform the objects into something completely new and different.
It's a fun and creative way to look at an object, even seemingly mundane ones, and reimagine them as something else.
Be Positive is back again! Vacations are over, we are all waiting for winter break now.
The new post that I would love to share with you is the List that journalist Helen Fawkes at BBC did when she was told that the cancer she beat years ago was back again: http://helenfawkes.wordpress.com/my-list-for-living/
Other people around the world did the same too, in Italy we recently had Annalisa’s blog talking about her battle unfortunately lost.
Life sometimes doesn’t really tell you how much time and possibilities you can have to do what you would love to do. Ever thought to write them down and start doing one of them, the easiest, the simplest, or the most unexpected from you, and make a step towards doing it?
I personally have always been concerned about time passing and last summer I could realize one of my dream, marching up to the highest peak close to my birthplace, after years where I was busy travelling away. True that there’s a right time for everything and no need to rush here and there to see our list ticked, I just personally think that too often we procrastinate the important thing to us and forget where we would love heading, overall.
Make a wish and go for it!