This dude sure knows how to put technology to good use. That’s it. I’m following him.
Klaus Leidorf flew his Cessna 172 over Europe and capture stunning aerial photographs. Which is your favourite?
Artist Alexander Harding reveals dense, ethereal rays of sunshine as it passes through windows, bounces off mirrors, and skews through glass objects, where the light beams are so thick it seems like you could cut it with a knife.
See more here.
“The term ‘halted traveller’ is usually associated with German romantic painters like Caspar David Friedrich, to describe a person seen from behind facing a landscape. The lonely wanderer appears to have been halted by the view of the landscape.
This implies to us as a viewer that there is perhaps more to the landscape than we see. One can also identify with the figure. His posture invites you to imagine what he feels facing this landscape in front of his and your eyes.”
Visit The Halted Traveller by Damien Rayuela here.
Have I ever wished I were talented in the arts? Yes.
Love these illustrations from Gemi.
Kanzashi are hair ornaments used in Japanese hairstyles.
Kanzashi were first used in Japan during the Jōmon period. During that time, a single thin rod or stick was considered to have mystical powers which could ward off evil spirits, so people would wear them in their hair. This is also when some of the first predecessors of the modern Japanese hair comb began to appear.
These beautiful delicate kanzashi are made by Sakae: https://ja-jp.facebook.com/KanzashiSakae.fanfan
Isn’t this cool? I would toast-ally use it!
Toast Messenger by Sasha Tseng