Monthly Archives: July 2018

The War on Consciousness – Graham Hancock

What is death? Our materialist science reduces everything to matter, materialist science in the West says that we are just meat, we’re just our bodies. So when the brain is dead, that’s the end of consciousness, there is no life … Continue reading

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New Whimsical Cardboard Machines and an Art Deco-Inspired Stop Motion Film by Daniel Agdag

Australian artist Daniel Agdag (previously) produces invented contraptions and antiquated flying machines from cardboard, timber, and trace paper, turning his whimsical fantasies into highly detailed sculptures. The works seek to connect his audience with the mechanics located beneath the exterior of modern … Continue reading

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Shraddha did it again. Like in Kathmandu she has changed a room.

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Originally posted on Tings – the best One Star hotel in Lisbon:
How Sax Twin became Cats Den ? Coltrane, Dolphy and Gordon – 3 Cool Cats on the Eastern Wall Located on the first floor in the small house…

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Autism and the Emergence of Art

Originally posted on An Intense World:
Around 30,000 years ago, extremely detailed, realistic art emerged in cave paintings. Believe it or not, there are many scholars out there who believe this occurred because the artists were autistic. Lead author of…

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A Brilliantly Designed Lunar Lander Tiny Home – Laughing Squid

Boat designer Kurt Hughes moved from sea to space with a brilliantly designed tiny home created in the spitting image of a NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander that sits on the banks of the Columbia River in Washington state. The project … Continue reading

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A Centuries-Old Art Form Hides Within the Gilded Pages of Antique Books – Colossal

Martin Frost creates paintings in places that people can’t see, or can only find if they know exactly where to look. The UK-based artist is a fore-edge painter, which means he produces elaborate designs and scenes along the edges of … Continue reading

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Biology and Philosophy Inform Kim KototamaLune’s Delicate Sculptures Made from Grids of Glass – Colossal

Glass artist Kim KototamaLune creates ethereal sculptures that resemble abstracted organic shapes and faces. She builds delicate glass grids without molds, which she then works into sculptural form and displays in darkened rooms. This presentation allows light to permeate, which … Continue reading

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Lambada com Farinha – Felipe Cordeiro

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Multi-Dimensional Illustrations Weave Together Mysterious Narratives by Victo Ngai

Los Angeles-based illustrator and storyboard artist Victo Ngai produces layered illustrations that reveal elaborate worlds filled with unexpected details. A beautiful expanse of unencumbered nature stands guarded inside a wide-mouthed bullfrog, while a seaside city burns with brilliant flames in the fabric … Continue reading

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What Else

When you do the thing you love and was made for it, you can forget it is just another routine. And then you lose it, what else is there to do? Go and ask the barman, I only make coffee, … Continue reading

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