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Papercraft Art by Noelia Lozano for Experienced Hire Campaign

Colorful papercraft imagery created by Spanish art director Noelia Lozano for Experienced Hire Campaign for EY (Ernst & Young), one of the best professional services firms in the world. Source: Papercraft Art by Noelia Lozano for Experienced Hire Campaign

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Animator Sasha Katz Explores a Symbiotic Relationship Between Plants and Technology | Colossal

There’s perhaps no two objects more different than a brand new laptop built in a sterile factory and a healthy living plant that’s evolved over millions of years, but for animator Sasha Katz the relationship between computers and plants is … Continue reading

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The African Empire — Juju Films

Haiti recently gained membership in the African Union, making it the first country outside the continent to be African. If other Island countries like Jamaica, Belize, Trinidad & Tobago, Bahamas, Cuba, Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, St. … Continue reading

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Fun Typographic Metaphors Animated on a Vintage Typewriter by Greg Condon | Colossal

One of the first assignments in a beginning typography course is the creation of visual metaphors, where letterforms are somehow modified or manipulated to represent a word. In this ingenious short film by Greg Condon titled “Disillusionment of 10 Point … Continue reading

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27 Medicinal Plants Worth Your Garden Space

156 views Playful as kids are, accidents happen. And the accident that befallen me at 7 years old was the feeling of the hot exhaust pipe of a motorcycle kissing the skin of my leg. Grandma was around and saw … Continue reading

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A Giant Lion Sculpture in China That Took Three Years to Complete

This wood sculpture carved out of a single giant tree trunk by artist Dengding Rui Yao and a team of twenty sculptors in Myanmar took three years to complete. Source: A Giant Lion Sculpture in China That Took Three Years … Continue reading

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“Samba, Samba” – Tales From the Lens

Encarnacion has nothing to envy Rio. The paraguayan carnival is much noisier and offers more skin than Rio… according to us it is also much more affordable and less touristy. Source: “Samba, Samba” – Tales From the Lens

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The Chicken Tikka Masala Effect – We Are Carnival

What is the impact of homegrown British culture on the carnival traditions of other lands? Do Caribbean and South American carnival appear in new, anglicised forms in the UK, rather like its supposed national dish? Or do they remain 100 … Continue reading

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(3) 12 Bar Blues – Piano Duet with Peter the Elephant – Thailand – YouTube

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Dan Phillips turns backyard scraps into whimsical Texan houses – YouTube

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