Over an hours worth of assorted and diverse instrumental music for introspective thought. Perfect for walking along with your headphones and observing the world or finishing that work you said you'd do. With music from Elliott Smith, Tycho and Ennio ...
Who knew sand could look so damn colourful and interesting? , that's who, whose incredible microphotography reveals each grain of sand to be a kaleidoscope of colour and texture that defies its rather bland reputation.
A new book by Shel Silverstein has been released posthumously called Every Thing On It and is in book stores today! The book, containing 145 poems, was created though the efforts of editor Toni Markiet and the family of the deceased poet, in hopes of...
A writing forum dedicated to creative writing, where writers can use writing workshops, share techniques, and discuss every aspect of writing, publishing, and the writing industry. Members can enter writing contests, post short stories, and partcipat...
Real Gap Experience are a leading gap year and student travel adventure specialist and have sent over 50,000 people on adventures around the world. We offer hundreds of trips to over 35 countries so whether you want to do volunteer work abroad, get s...
I grow in places
where wind is high
and water scant.
I drink the rain,
I eat the sun;
before the prairie winds
I see, I sprout,
I grow, I creep,
and in the ice
and snow, I sleep.
On steppe or veld
or pampas dry,
How to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method. The snowflake method of writing a novel is a scientific approach to writing a book and was invented by Randy Ingermanson, an award-winning author of fiction. This method shows how to write a novel that...
Stephen Wiltshire is an artist who draws and paints detailed cityscapes. He has a particular talent for drawing lifelike, accurate representations of cities, sometimes after having only observed them briefly.
Tweet TweetOne of the coolest things about uncovering the work of global artists is witnessing genius as it happens. It's a magical moment when you see something you've never seen done before, an inspired painting or composition that introduces you
An old picture frame + paint chips = an inexpensive, reusable monthly (or weekly) calendar. Taking inspiration from the Pinterest community, The Aesthetic Writer made this decorative dry erase calendar.
1. Go for a walk. Draw or list things you find on the the sidewalk. 2. Write a letter to yourself in the future. 3. Buy something inexpensive as a symbol for your need to create, (new pen, a tea cup, journal). Use it everyday. 4. Draw your dinner. 5....