Monthly Archives: September 2014

Ghostly Animated Gifs by Kevin Weir

Kevin Weir makes these ghostly animated gifs using old photographs from  the library of congress flickr account. They are all hosted on a tumblr site called Flux Machine. “A sheep farmer once emailed me and told me that my gifs made … Continue reading

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Song of the Day: Giv Mi Mani by Magnifico & Turbolentza

“Giv Mi Mani” is a song by Robert Pešut known as Magnifico, a singer from Slovenia of Serbian heritage, with the collaboration of Turbolentza. Lyrics: Give me money And I can be so funny And you can call me honey And … Continue reading

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Girls, Skulls and Slugs by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)

Girls, Skulls and Slugs by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid). Hecate Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid) is talented artist from the East Coast (US). Website / Shop / Facebook Slug Sorbet Grumpy Bunny Enough Space Odonata On My Mind Something Wicked Gluttony Latrodectus The Birds Hercules Spore … Continue reading

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Vanitas – Art on Science by Truly Design

Recently EPFL, the Polytechnic Federal School of Lausanne invited the Truly Design group to participate in the “Art on Science” public exhibition, focused on optical illusions. A great opportunity for a reflection on science and human ambition. “This is our tribute to … Continue reading

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Poem of the Day: Le cimetière marin (The Graveyard By The Sea) by Paul Valéry

1. The sail of doves this tranquil roof assumes palpitates through pines trees and the tombs. Imperturbable midday, of fire and sea, the sea beginning each occasion to bring such riches in from contemplation: great settlements of calm the gods … Continue reading

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Tyrannosaurus Attacked by Flamingos

This is Stan, a statue molded from preserved T-Rex fossils and auctioned for charity by the former owners of the Google site on which the Googleplex now sits. There is no explanation for the flamingos that everyday magically regroup to keep Stan … Continue reading

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T-Shirt Design and Brilliant Sense Of Humor

This is my movie! Algeciras-based illustrator Nacho Diaz Arjona (aka Naolito) uses his brilliant sense of humor to create these hilarious designs for t-shirt. “I’ve working as an illustrator since 2009. In that time, I’ve dedicated most of my time designing … Continue reading

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UN Climate Summit: “You Can Make History… Or Be Vilified By It”

Leonardo DiCaprio addressed world leaders assembled for the United Nations Climate Summit early Tuesday morning, urging them to take action to address “the greatest challenge of our existence on this planet.” UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon recently appointed DiCaprio to serve … Continue reading

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#HeForShe : if not me, who? If not now, when?

Speech by UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson at a special event for the HeForShe campaign, United Nations Headquarters, New York, 20 September 2014. You can read a full transcription below: Today we are launching a campaign called “HeForShe.” I … Continue reading

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Pursuit of Dreams by Wang Ruilin

Pursuit of Dreams is an ongoing series by Beijing-based sculptor Wang Ruilin. The artist created these marvelous surreal animals carrying mountains and rivers, here below you can read his explanation. “ Pursuit of Dreams comes from my imagination, which is the balance … Continue reading

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