Get a regular-sized envelope. Address it to someone special. Then, stuff it with as many things as you can: a letter, photographs, ripped out magazine articles, photocopies of poems, a short story, or passages from a novel, recipes, clipped newspaper
Note the photographs themselves were not necessarily taken in 2012, they just happened to be featured as a POTD this year. The pictures are also listed in reverse chronological order. There is no ranking amongst the photos :). Enjoy!. 100. CHICAGO FR...
At just 22 years old, Italian artist Diego Fazo has developed the skill to create using a simple charcoal pencil. His latest creation, pictured below, has drawn hundreds of positive comments on his Deviant Art profile.
I was completely BAKED while watching "The Lion King" for the first time in TWELVE years and it all just clicked with me. This is kind of long... so if you're too LIFTED i could understand if you skip this, but those who are curious, just bear with m...
Also contained in rocks once molten are radioactive elements whose isotopes provide Earth with an
atomic clock. Within these rocks, "parent" isotopes decay at a predictable rate to form "daughter"
isotopes. By determining the relative amounts of pa...
16" x 20" - Oil on Canvas The original photo was taken in Utah. You can view the original photo this portrait was based on at our blog. An artist from Portrait Painting can turn almost any photo into a painting.
When you find a man
Every part of you
Who makes each one of your hairs
Into a poem,
When you find a man,
As I am
Of bathing and adorning you
I will beg you
Over at the blog Inside Insides, Andy Ellison of Boston University Medical School has been throwing the entire produce aisle inside a Philips 3 Tesla MRI, revealing the otherworldly realms that dwell inside common foods.
On the seabed a geometric, circular structure measuring roughly 6.5 ft in diameter had been precisely carved from sand. It consisted of multiple ridges, symmetrically jutting out from the center, and appeared to be the work of an underwater artist, c...
My animal portraits challenge what we think of as historical or authentic, whether it was yesterday or hundreds of years ago. They blur the lines of time and engage the viewer in how we interpret the idea of history itself.—Andrew Pinkham Five years ...