Wild Animals Stalk the Streets of a Small Town in Finland at Night. One night while walking the streets of Porvoo, Finland with a camera in hand, photographer Mikko Lagerstedt (previously) captured the silhouette of a large cat off in the distance lit feintly from behind by a street lamp.
Struck by the image, he conceived of a new series called Night Animals, where all kinds of wildlife would prowl the streets of this small Finnish town at night. As much as I want to tell you he raided the local zoo to liberate an ostrich, the images are all composites of two photos, an animal and backdrop, both shot by Lagerstedt. If you liked this also check out Shauna Richardson’s Crochetdermy. Daily Inspiration #1550. SUCH Brand Identity by The Cheshire Cat Co. The multidisciplinary creative studio and design consultancy The Cheshire Cat Co was entrusted with the design of a brand identity for SUCH, a Greek construction company.
Goal was to create a new visual identity that reflects the principles of modern, urban, and sustainable design in all its aspects of building, architecture, and materials. The result is a complete makeover starting from the brand name and logotype, up to new business cards, construction site banners and a new website design. SUCH Brand Identity by The Cheshire Cat Co. Breaking Bad Recap: The Study of Change.
In the Breaking Bad pilot several years back, Walt lectured to his high school students that chemistry was “the study of change.”
This week’s episode offers up a master’s degree in that subject, so completely does it highlight the ways in which Walter and Jesse have transcended themselves – in ways good and bad – since the series began. And then there’s that OMG scene… and that other OMG scene… It’s a rough one. Let’s review the major developments that take place in “Confessions.”
RELATED | Dean Norris Revisits Breaking Bad‘s Garage Showdown MEET THE NEW BOSS | The episode opens with Todd on the phone outside a diner, leaving a message for Walt. THE MASTER AT WORK | In the interrogation room where we left them last week, Hank has important intel for Jesse regarding Heisenberg. And he doesn’t even know the half of it. Later, Skyler presses the record button on a video camera in their bedroom (not like that, pervs). CONFESSIONS, PT. But Jesse’s done. So now that’s out there.
How to Use Commonly Misused Words. Steps Method 1 of 17: "Affect" and "Effect" 1Use “effect” as instructed.
"Effect" is a noun referring to something that happens as a result of something else. E.g., "The antibiotic had little effect on the illness. ""Effect" is also a verb meaning to bring something about. 2Use “affect” as instructed.The verb "affect" means to change something in some way. Method 2 of 17: "Anxious" and "Eager" 1Use "anxious” as instructed.When followed by a gerund (the "–ing" verb form), anxiousness refers to anxiety, not pleasant feelings such as enthusiasm or excitement. 2Use “eager” as instructed.Eagerness conveys enthusiasm and is followed with an infinitive.Ex.
20 Common Grammar Mistakes. I’ve edited a monthly magazine for more than six years, and it’s a job that’s come with more frustration than reward.
If there’s one thing I am grateful for — and it sure isn’t the pay — it’s that my work has allowed endless time to hone my craft to Louis Skolnick levels of grammar geekery. As someone who slings red ink for a living, let me tell you: grammar is an ultra-micro component in the larger picture; it lies somewhere in the final steps of the editing trail; and as such it’s an overrated quasi-irrelevancy in the creative process, perpetuated into importance primarily by bitter nerds who accumulate tweed jackets and crippling inferiority complexes.
But experience has also taught me that readers, for better or worse, will approach your work with a jaundiced eye and an itch to judge. While your grammar shouldn’t be a reflection of your creative powers or writing abilities, let’s face it — it usually is. Who and Whom This one opens a big can of worms.
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