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Mocidade’s caixa pattern


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The Tokyo Last Train Map is the Perfect Art Print for Night Owls

If you live or work in Tokyo, you may *ahem* occasionally find yourself out late, either drinking or working. And Tokyo isn’t exactly the city that never sleeps, especially when it comes to its extensive train and subway system. So … Continue reading

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The voice of the natural world

Bernie Krause has been recording wild soundscapes — the wind in the trees, the chirping of birds, the subtle sounds of insect larvae — for 45 years. In that time, he has seen many environments radically altered by humans, sometimes … Continue reading

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An Interactive Digital Installation Inside a Shopping Mall in Singapore – Faith is Torment

 Jason Jose I was in Singapore last week and while checking out the sights, I walked into this shopping mall to escape the heat and humidity. As I was headed to the food court section, I stumbled on this digital … Continue reading

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The unexpected beauty of everyday sounds

Using examples from birdsong, the natural lilt of emphatic language and even a cooking pan lid, singer-songwriter and TED Fellow Meklit Hadero shows how the everyday soundscape, even silence, makes music. “The world is alive with musical expression,” she says. … Continue reading

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Modified Office Chairs Perform an Autonomous Dance Through Gagosian Gallery

Nine office chairs, each in dazzling jewel tone, swirl, and scuttle across the reflective floor of Gagosian‘s West 21st Street gallery. PLAY was conceived by Swiss artist Urs Fischer (previously) with choreography for the inanimate objects provided by New York … Continue reading

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Vic Firth Drumsticks: Made in Maine

From a block of wood to a drummers dream instrument. The #1 maker of drumsticks in the world “Vic Firth” takes us through the process. A unique Maine business.

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Dirty Projectors – Up in Hudson

Through four very different couples, the arc of a relationship is portrayed in its stages of growth, death, and rebirth. DIRECTED BY DAREN RABINOVITCH ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR – ISAIAH SAXON CHOREOGRAPHER – KIANI DEL VALLE Made at Encyclopedia Pictura in Los … Continue reading

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Celebrate Mancunian culture at FREE Festival of Manchester this weekend

A A FREE family festival celebrating Mancunian culture is coming to Manchester this weekend. The Festival of Manchester is happening for the first time and aims to celebrate all the different communities that help make our city such a vibrant … Continue reading

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The spotlight of attention is more like a strobe, say researchers – ScienceBlog.com

You don’t focus as well as you think you do. That’s the fundamental finding of a team of researchers from Princeton University and the University of California-Berkeley who studied monkeys and humans and discovered that attention pulses in and out … Continue reading

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