There is Something Better than Finding a Soulmate. They say that when we’re choosing a tennis partner it is best to find someone that plays better than us so that it will help to improve our game. Unfortunately, this kind of sucks for the better player if what they’re looking for is a challenge and the hope of improving their own game. Romantic love works pretty much the same way…sort of. Romantic love thrives best when both partners share a perception of equality between them and it struggles when we don’t. Perception of equality means something very different to equality in the traditional sense of the word. This is not equality based around superficial or materialistic things.
Wild Child Graphic design student Marynn is only twenty years old and she already has a consistent illustration style. Artwork © Marynn Link via Houhouhaha Tumblr 3D 3D Flintlock Pistol by Yuri Sakaly Nightcrawler by Victor Hugo Queiroz from Brazil Video for 3Ds Max’s users. Watch! Absolutely new plugin!
10 Signs Your Energy Field & Chakras are Out of Whack. “When your chakras are aligned, you have the most direct access to Source, however you may define Source (within yourself, outside yourself, or both simultaneously). Just as you hold a glass under the tap so it can be filled, we align with Source by facing into it, turning our attention toward it, and opening our ‘vessel’ in the most direct way possible to receive whatever we are seeking (or whatever Source has in mind). Aligning with Source should be a regular part of your practice whenever you’re focused on manifestation.” ~ Anodea Judith and Lion Goodman, Creating on Purpose The other day I was visiting with some friends and we were talking about chakras and manifesting, when their 10-year-old son, who was listening to the conversation, interrupted us with this:
Tattoos by Peter Aurisch I personally don’t have any tattoos but feel with near certainty that if I ever get one it will involve the added price of a plane ticket to Berlin to visit artist Peter Aurisch (nsfw). Using a lovely mix of geometric lines that mix with bold colors and assorted lifeforms, his work is so unlike anything I’ve ever seen in a tattoo. You can see much more recent work on his Facebook page (also slightly nsfw). (via visual news, blog nova central)
Dessins/illustrations Ugly Housewife Has A Headache. 02/2013 Bodyparts/Bonita Sladen concert Poster, 11/2012 Howdy Montana Film Poster 06/2012 It's Complicated How To Save A Life - The Fray 7381 plays ❝ Sometimes you wake up. Sometimes the fall kills you. And sometimes, when you fall, you fly How Changing Your Reading Habits Can Transform Your Health My favorite book is War and Peace. And I know what you're thinking: "Oh, another writer wanting people to think he’s all intellectual and highbrow." But it really is my favorite book, only not because it has 1,500 pages of unforgettable characters or a generational plot that is more compelling than that of any other book I’ve read. It’s because right before I started reading it, my life was in a rut.
the world we live in the world we live in Loading… by Arkadiusz Jankowski (via The Planet on Photography Served) photographyserved.com Man in field with cattle (by World Bank Photo Collection) Find Happiness With Four Little Known Mood Boosters ~ Danna Norek (NaturalNews) Happiness is the state in which we were all meant to live. When this state of being eludes you, there are several mood boosting activities you can take part in to ensure low moods are few and far between. Many can even produce identifiable changes in brain chemistry almost instantly. Realistic pencil drawings of celebrities Talented artist Randy Atwood is able to convey a person’s character and beauty of an ordinary pencil. For this, he very rarely uses paint, in most cases just the usual pencil. Yes, of course, there are artists who create these portraits and drawings, but it turns out that Randy is much better than others, probably, that he is working on a portrait a few hours and several days, possibly more.
C.C Earlier this year I was commissioned to create the film campaign for exciting Australian Horror/Thriller Lemon Tree Passage. In true horror fashion, one early morning I received a call that said I had 7 days to create the artwork. 7 days to cast, clothe & make up a group of disheveled teenage victims & shoot the several elements needed for the end composite, locate & shoot a beautiful vintage car with an inspiring dashboard, composite & retouch the whole artwork in both Quad, Onesheet & TwoSheet format, create the title designs, as well as 2 days of solid file transferring ready for Berlinale festival. A challenge? Definitely.