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Everything we do is music | Milton Mermikides | TEDxGroningen

TEDx Talks Published on 7 Jun 2016 When you grow up as a kid feeling disconnected by society, connecting with music and science can be a magical discovery. What would happen if we could use science to find music in … Continue reading

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Untitled: Digital Installation by teamLab

Set to open June 21 in Tokyo’s Odaiba district is the Mori Building Digital Art Museum, a collaboration between digital art collective teamLab and real estate company Mori Building. The 10,000 square meter space will be filled with about 50 … Continue reading

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Emotional Intelligence and Music | Maria Iturriaga | TEDxBerkleeValencia

    TEDx Talks Published on 25 May 2016 With a very unique and international childhood, Maria had to learn the lessons of life very quickly. Through a funny and inspiring talk, she will share why she believes high emotional … Continue reading

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Taimane Gardner, the Ukulele Virtuoso | Taimane Gardner | TEDxMaui

TEDx Talks Published on 29 Dec 2014 This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Captivating ukulele virtuoso Taimane Gardner shares two performances: one, a frenetic, dazzling medley of recognizable classical tunes, and … Continue reading

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Canadian Musician Channels Jimi Hendrix During an Incredible Cover of ‘Voodoo Child’ on a Ukulele – Laughing Squid

Canadian musician and songwriterJames Hill, who has been called a ukulele virtuoso, channeled Jimi Hendrix in a incredible live cover of “Voodoo Child (Slight Return)“ Hill impressively shredded the lead without a single mistake and skillfully employed clever strumming techniques to give the song the fuller … Continue reading

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Swing House: A Three-Story Swing Suspended from the Ceiling of a Gutted Cincinnati Home by Mark deJong – Colossal

From the outside, artist Mark deJong’s contemporary installation, Swing House, doesn’t particularly stand out from the other residences lining the street of Cincinnati’s Camp Washington neighborhood.  The blue 19th-century building is narrowly built, and features charming architectural details that cap its windows … Continue reading

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Miniature Installations Transform Bookshelves into the Back Alleys of Japan

If you’ve ever wandered around Tokyo on foot you’ll know that it can sometimes be like a spider web of side streets and back alleys. It’s one of the things that makes Tokyo so unique and therein lies the allure … Continue reading

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Luscious Handmade Glass Orchids by Laura Hart Reflect Plants’ Exotic Beauty

Colorful orchids, identical in size, bloom in UK artist Laura Hart’s studio. From their bilateral symmetry to their splashes of pigment, the glass designer’s perfectly crafted forms illustrate the strange exotic beauty of the plant species. With their soft and … Continue reading

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Lazerian founder Liam Hopkins on his modern craft philosophy — Jaded

Manchester-based craftsman Liam Hopkins discusses the power of design, changing creative direction and why he had to strike out on his own. via Lazerian founder Liam Hopkins on his modern craft philosophy — Jaded

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Swedish artist Mattias Adolfsson‘s latest work is a whimsical illustration of life on the high seas. His sketches, drawings, and watercolors are highly detailed and you need a magnifying glass to appreciate his densely packed doodles. You can zoom to … Continue reading

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