12 Enjoyable Names for Relatively Common Things Fancy yourself a logophile ... and didn't have to look up "logophile"? See if you know these 12 words for common things. 1. The plastic table-like item found in pizza boxes is called a box tent and was patented in 1983. Most people in the biz now call it a pizza saver. 2. Photographs with a different Point of View So you all love when a photograph is not just a photograph! How about some images from a different point of view? As the camera’s view-point changes to that one sweet spot, these images look to defy gravity and laws of physics. Buckle up and as some of these images are about to melt your brains. Image Sources: 1, 2, 3 CSS Tooltip Generator This generator will help you design and learn how to make CSS tooltips. By using this generator it will save you time and effort in creating that perfect CSS tooltip for your website. Tooltips are a great way to display information about a link before to user proceeds to the destination.
Alyssa Monks Artist Alyssa Monks always painted women. She started with the self-portraits and then took a detour to paint family members. Her bathing beauties evolve directly from photographs while she intentionally adds a lot of invention to them in her paintings. It seems like water is the overall theme to them and Alyssa says that the water thing kind of found her, and she evolved into it. She has a memory of painting when she was 14 or 15 years old and found an image of water, but it was too hard to paint.
Creative Illustrator Sees Life In Everyday Street Objects 182K views 91 days ago by Justina Most of us rush through our everyday lives without noticing the beautiful things around us. Dutch illustrator Tineke Meirink offers a creative and playful way of engaging with our surroundings – just stop and watch, she says. Her blog “Stop:Watch” tickles the imagination with a collection of simple street objects that she has given life to by adding a minimal digital illustration.
▶ One Direction - What Makes You Beautiful (5 Piano Guys, 1 piano) - ThePianoGuys We're on Tour! Sheet Music: Album here: song here: Subscribe to our main channel: to our BTS channel: us on Facebook: us on Twitter: Living in a Surreal World In every location Thomas Barbey has traveled to, he has taken photographs. He uses the pictures to create artistic montages of a imaginary concepts, which are technically made with a combination of negatives, pre-planned double exposures, and/or other methods. His work is heavily inspired by his travels, everyday life, and art by Rene Magritte, M.C.
Deceleration of Time For The Avant/Garde Diaries actress and artist Susanna Kraus introduces us to imago 1:1, the the world’s largest walk-in camera. Her father developed this camera in the 1970s as a high-speed photography researcher at Daimler-Benz. The imago creates one-off, life-size self portraits, thus forcing the user to examine their own persona. The instant camera works with a selftimer and needs ten minutes to develop a full-size portrait. The box, containing the camera is somewhat of a mirror for your soul, giving the possibility to come face to face with yourself. The result is an ‘imprint of your soul’ as ‘thinker on duty’ Bazon Brock defines it.
Glamumous!: 101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home I love to discover tips which make housework easier! From time-saving tricks to finding new and ingenious uses for old things, the Internet provides a wealth of information and advice. In this post I've collected 101 visual tips from all over the web to help you save time and money in every room of your home. About this post Most of these tips were found via Pinterest (which by the way is a great resource for discovering tips to help around the home!).
Body Painter Transforms Humans Into Breathtaking Portraits Of Animals There’s more to this beautiful heron than meets the eye. It’s actually a human body covered intricately in paint. The stunning work was created by artist Shannon Holt, a body painter from Florida who’s known for her ability to transform the human body into a canvas for beautiful art. The piece is part of Holt’s “Florida Wildlife Series,” a collection of several animal portraits, all painstakingly drawn on human bodies. Each portrait is said to have taken Holt about six to 12 and a half hours to complete, according to Caters News. In a May interview with the Daytona Beach News-Journal, Holt explained what it is about body painting as a medium that she loves so much.