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Love styles are modus operandi of how people love, originally developed by John Lee (1973, [ 1 ] 1988 [ 2 ] ). He identified six basic love styles—also known as "colours" of love—that people use in their interpersonal relationships: Eros – a passionate physical and emotional love based on aesthetic enjoyment; stereotype of romantic love Ludus – a love that is played as a game or sport; conquest; may have multiple partners at once Storge – an affectionate love that slowly develops from friendship, based on similarity (kindred to Philia ) Pragma – love that is driven by the head, not the heart; undemonstrative Mania – obsessive love; experience great emotional highs and lows; very possessive and often jealous lovers Agape – selfless altruistic love Clyde Hendrick and Susan Hendrick of Texas Tech University expanded on this theory in the mid-1980s with their extensive research on what they called "love styles".
(click images for detail) All at once delicate and nightmarish these painted polymer clay figures by Seoul-based artist Choi Xooang are nothing short of remarkable. Try as I might it’s hard to find a definitive, trustworthy article to source information from, and even the spelling of his name seems to change from site to site. However it seems generally accepted that Xooang is attempting to draw attention to human rights abuses in Korea, and seeing these somewhat macabre, stunted figures unable to see or speak, it’s hard to dispute that. You can see much more of his work at Mu Um and Slash , though be warned it’s somewhat graphic (generally nudity).
Today’s post is actually a re-post of one of our very, very first recipes–like one of the recipes we had up on the blog before we even launched it! It is one of my most beloved recipes and an all-time favorite of my friends and family-members. I’ve always known that the dough was a little temperamental and that some people have had trouble with it, but it wasn’t until I talked to Sara a few weeks ago and she told me that she has never successfully made these when I realized I needed to do something about it.
Tugboat Printshop is the home woodblock print studio of artists Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth. They create their prints completely by hand—art, woodblock carving, printing and all. In doing so, they hope to preserve and expand the art of woodcutting and woodblock prints. They try to keep pieces affordable but of high-quality, using only top-shelf materials.
Banana Sung Yeonju was born in Korea in 1986 and graduated from the Hong Ik University in 2010. This work is from the series, Wearable Foods, in which she makes garments out of food and photographs them. As a fine artist, she fell in love with photography as a main tool and a medium to create her visions. ‘Wearable Foods’ is the first long term project she started two years ago and it still continues to this day.
“Macro” is a sculpture series by Romulo Celdran . Notes from the artist (from his website): The concepts of Zoom and Macro give the object new dimensions, strengthening its presence and inviting us to explore it, discovering hidden spaces and unnoticed nooks. They break down the physical laws that govern our logic as observers and place us before a growing world, with the same consequences that we would see as Shrinking Men walking through a reality made up of objects whose unsuitable size renders them functionally useless, existing on a scale that is no longer human. [...] Photos © Romulo Celdran Link via Toxel <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
© 2011 Green Kitchen Stories If I say pesto you say … broccoli?! No, I didn’t think so. Like most people we are normally pretty conservative when we make pesto . For us, it might have something to do with the fact that it is one of Luise’s favorite things to eat. Why change a winning concept?
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I’ve always had a penchant for sunshine in a jar. Doesn’t the very phrase itself, “sunshine in a jar,” roll off your tongue and fill your mouth with magic? While I’ve never yet found myself a sunshine in a jar, I think we may have just concocted it in our kitchen tonight.
Here’s a guide to drawing a variety of different emotions, moods, and characters. UPDATE: Do you want to use this post or images?
Powerpoint has produced more bad design in its day that perhaps any other digital tool in history with the possible exception of Microsoft paint. In this post we’re going to address the epidemic of bad presentation design with ten super practical tips for designer better looking and more professional presentations. Along the way we’ll see a number of awesome slide designs from Note & Point along with some custom examples built by yours truly. Let’s get started!
Boy do I have a treat for you today! The craftalicious girls over at eighteen25 are here show us how to make a Survial Kit . I can only imagine all fun I could have making these for my self and for all my girl friends!!
Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies These Red Velvet Cheesecake Brownies are rich, decadent and so perfect for Valentine’s Day! Brownie and cheesecake batter are swirled together to make a festive and impressive dessert . Indianapolis, along with many other states in the Midwest, is coping with a huge ice storm that is supposed to cover us in over an inch of ice.
If you've come to this page looking for a very quick and easy method of making bodices, go away. Really making a bodice is neither very quick nor terribly easy. What I'm going to do is present some pointers that will make the finished product easier to come by, and hopefully more comfortable to wear. If you're new to the whole idea of making bodices, let me tell you what the rest of us who have made bodices before already know: you can't (no matter what anyone tells you) buy a wedding dress pattern (or any commercially made pattern, for that matter) and use the 'bodice' section, and make what we talk about in Renaissance circles as a 'bodice'. It just doesn't work that way, and for the following reasons: