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Archetypes - Discover yours

Archetypes - Discover yours
The Story of Me and You Take a quiz that identifies your primary archetypes — the heroes of your story. Understand who you are through our new social filter based on archetypesMake more inspired choices by accessing content tailored to who you areConnect and follow people who share your archetypes and discover what is right for you The philosophy of archetypes is recognized by scholars worldwide as the definition of our persona and our story An archetype is a pattern of behaviors that, once discovered, helps you better understand yourself and others.Individual archetypes are often grouped into archetypal families and on our site you will meet these families.Once you know your archetypes you can begin living your story instead of someone else's. Archetypes: The Story of You

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ON EDGE — Science Gallery London Curator Producer for ON EDGE – Mette Kjærgaard Præst Season Advisors As a catalyst for creative collaborations in art and science, we draw on the expertise of a group of people who approach the season topic from their individual artistic or scientific perspectives. 100+ Sites to Download All Sorts of Things These days you can find all sorts of things online, from audio books to flash files, from sound effects to CSS templates. Below we compiled a list with over 100 download sites that serve that purpose. We will also try to keep the list updated, so if your favorite download site is not here, let us know about it with a comment. Audio Books Librivox: One of the most popular audio libraries on the web. Benedict Drew’s anxious-making new film An image of sunlight glinting off rolling waves flickers between the two screens, alternating almost stroboscopically with a black frame. A rural scene on an overcast day is rudely interrupted by a sudden camera lurch into a clutch of votive candles, their flames twitching and dancing in the breeze. A close-up of a man’s forehead with the words ‘Inside it’s all a mess’ in triplicate, circling round and round themselves like a nagging thought that won’t go away. The soundtrack is all coarse textures and electronic gurgles: the crackle of a record’s runout groove, indistinct mutterings and whisperings, scraping and pattering and swishes and swoops guaranteed to get your scalp tingling, a static buzz shooting down the spine. The Bad Feel Loops, Benedict Drew’s new two-channel film, is a nervous, febrile piece of work. Just watching it feels like a panic attack coming on, startlingly intense yet hazy and indistinct as the aura of a burgeoning migraine.

How to Find Your Purpose and Do What You Love by Maria Popova Why prestige is the enemy of passion, or how to master the balance of setting boundaries and making friends. “Find something more important than you are,” philosopher Dan Dennett once said in discussing the secret of happiness, “and dedicate your life to it.” Empowering bold discussions on anxiety A new exhibition and events season at Science Gallery London combines art, design, psychology and neuroscience to highlight positive and creative responses when dealing with anxiety. ON EDGE: Living in an Age of Anxiety reflects on individual experiences, the environmental and societal factors that can cause worry or stress and explores our evolutionary impulse to be on alert. Drawing on research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London, the season reflects the perspectives of a range of artists, scientists, young people and those with lived experience of anxiety. New commissions are included, developed by artists working in collaboration with researchers from King’s. ‘King’s College London is home to outstanding mental health research, including on the causes and effects of anxiety,’ said Professor Thalia Eley, Professor of Developmental Behavioural Genetics at King’s, and ON EDGE Season Advisor.

Erasmus blog London, United Kingdom Hello from Oxford! I’ve just moved back in for my final year of university, and I’m really excited to see what the future holds between now and graduation. I’ll be keeping you updated on everything I get up to over the coming months, so stay tuned for all of those posts, but first dip quickly back into the past, and tell you about a brilliant exhibition that I went to see in London last week. As soon as I saw the poster for ON EDGE: Living in an Age of Anxiety, I knew that I couldn’t miss it. I’ve been afflicted with anxiety – in one form or another – for as long as I can remember, and am all too familiar with the panic attacks, heart palpitations, and tremors that come with the disorder.

Asos and Jazzelle Zanaughtti collaborate on new campaign dramatising limitless self-expression Asos’s new campaign launched last week starring it-model of the moment, Jazzelle Zanaughtti, directed by Terence Neale, photographed by Kristin-Lee Moolman and produced by Park Pictures. The shoot focuses on Jazzelle’s diverse sense of style, amplified through her fashion motto; “my style is never done”. The campaign’s concept involves having the confidence to explore your own personal style and try new things, as well as having “an open-minded attitude that transcends fashion and champions self-expression,” Asos explains. This message epitomises Jazzelle’s style, the campaign sees her in various characters and alter-egos inspired by her personal experiences, such as her time as a young ballet student. With music composition by Kwes — producer for Solange, Kelela and Loyle Carner — the campaign features a one-off creative team including animation development from Japanese animation studio D’ART Shitajio. The campaign has been five months in the making, from brief to going live.

Rihanna Shook Up Fashion Week With Her Empowering Savage x Fenty Show The lineup of performers who followed was impressive and included hip-hop heavyweights Migos, DJ Khaled, A$AP Ferg, and rapper-on-the-rise Tierra Whack, who proved to be the night’s breakout music star. The number of fashion cameos was just as major, and they rolled out one after the other. Gigi Hadid led the charge, strutting out in black lingerie and a floor-sweeping black lace veil that gave the Italian widow look a subversive twist. Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty Show: Behind Willo Perron’s Creative Vision Willo Perron, the creative director and designer who works with Kanye West, Jay-Z, Drake and Rihanna, got his start in the graphic design game on the smallest possible scale — 8.5 by 11 inches. As a young man growing up in Montreal, Perron made flyers for club nights, punk and rave shows. He says some of the best designers with whom he’s worked — Brian Roettinger, responsible in part for Jay-Z’s “4:44” album art; Peter Saville, who did all of Joy Division’s most famed imagery — began their careers designing covers for 7-inch singles or cassette tapes.

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Inside Christian Cowan x The Powerpuff Girls’s International Women’s Day Celebration A colorful crowd including Heidi Klum, Erika Jayne, Tinashe, and Carly Rae Jepsen gathered in Los Angeles to celebrate International Women’s Day with Christian Cowan and Cartoon Network’s crime-fighting girl squad from The Powerpuff Girls. The designer teamed up with the makers of the cult girl-power cartoon on a collection made of sugar, spice, and everything nice (with a little bit of that Chemical X factor sprinkled in)—all to benefit She’s the First, a nonprofit that fights gender inequality through education. Known for his high-wattage party frocks, barely there bodysuits, and logo sweatshirt dresses, Cowan, who was a 2018 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalist, dresses gutsy girls with an outspoken sense of style. “When I was growing up, I watched the show all the time. I probably watched hundreds of episodes,” he told Vogue. “I loved these girls that didn’t need saving; they were saving everyone else.”