By the Malaysian artist Chow Hon Lam.
By the Malaysian artist Chow Hon Lam.
Poet, essayist, novelist, screenwriter, all-American man's man. His novella 'Legends of the Fall' was first published in Esquire in 1979.
REPURPOSING is so hot right now. At least if you're on or , that is. If the most hardcore "upcyclers" are to be believed, there's no such thing as trash anymore. These folks turn old yoga mats, washing machines, and even dumpsters into cool items wi...
Nancy Wagaman, life coach, offers tips and tools for using your dreams to answer perplexing life questions or to help solve problems that are affecting your awake time.
Are you letting bad habits rule your life? I started learning how to change habits a few years ago. Since then I've switched to a vegan diet, began exercising every day, started writing new articles every day, began waking up earlier and trying som...
In the world of stand-up comedy, Mitch Hedberg was a master of the one-liner. Let's look back on a career that was cut too short with this list of funny Mitch Hedberg quotes. You may also like: 15 Funny Celebrity Quotes 20 Fun...
I synced the audio of the new Dark Knight Rises full trailer with the visuals of The Lion King. Share it if you dig it! Christopher Nolan did, he thought it ...
Here I have compiled a collection of 20 or so great examples of creative photography for your viewing pleasure.
The folks at Photojojo just posted a neat low-tech tutorial on how to make a projector for your mobile phone using a shoebox, a paperclip, and a magnifying glass. MacGyver would be proud. They were...
Artist Lorenzo Duran picks leaves, washes, dries, molds and gently cuts them. His technique is based on historical studies of paper cutting in China, Japan, Germany, and Switzerland. Photos © Lorenzo Duran Link via Kireei
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Need something to put a little pep in your step? Watch one (or a few) of these interesting and inspiring talks by (we think) some of the world's most smartest people.
When it comes to explaining philosophy, sometimes less is more — and we think this arresting collection of minimalist posters encompasses that idea perfectly.
You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.
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A person's last words before they pass away can often be prophetic, profound, poetic, or just plain dumb. The following statements fall into that last category. Now, this might seem a bit mean spirited, but keep in mind that these people knew that th...
Turn these ideas into reality and transform your house into a home. For more inspiration chech our previous collection.
You know what they say, "less is more", and these simple (yet awesome) gadgets are the perfect examples. 25. Mini Doughnut Factory 24. Wooden iPhone
Proximity to violence VS the amount of hair on one's head: an analysis of Breaking Bad.
Practical Tips for Productive Living
The adventures of Orion and Jack, making games they'd never play for people they don't like.
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One snowy, stormy Christmas Eve, this perfect couple was driving their perfect car (a Grand Caravan) along a winding road, when they noticed someone at the side of the road in distress. Being the perfect couple, they stopped to help.
Everybody knows what you mean when you say you're happy or sad. But what about all those emotional states you don't have words for? Here are ten feelings you may have had, but never knew how to explain.
Using Corporate Logos, Slogans on Condom Wrappers - DesignTAXI.com
Art by Glenn Jones.
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American artist unveiled his Art Car designed for at the in Paris last night.
These unbelievable photographs were taken at exactly the right moment. One second sooner or later would have resulted in a completely different shot. Wow!