Rambling on about everything I like.
Wondering and musing may find their way in between. But it's all not so meaning-fool.
They’re the work of Diana Beltran Herrera, a Columbian artist. Initially trained as an industrial designer, Herrera has been making these delicate paper beasts for the last several years. Her earliest birds were more abstract; they looked like line drawings made with paint markers. But with each successive series you can see her craft developing—the details filling in, the feather counts multiplying. Herrera’s most recent birds look like they just flew out of the zoo.

They’re the work of Diana Beltran Herrera, a Columbian artist. Initially trained as an industrial designer, Herrera has been making these delicate paper beasts for the last several years. Her earliest birds were more abstract; they looked like line drawings made with paint markers. But with each successive series you can see her craft developing—the details filling in, the feather counts multiplying. Herrera’s most recent birds look like they just flew out of the zoo.

theacademy:

"I read the script and the characters grab my heart" - Costume Designer Betsy Heimann (“Pulp Fiction,” “Almost Famous”) shares her creative process

Oooo this scares me!

Why does it scare you? 

Now you have a little idea what you are worth in the social media area. So you can control what you share and how much of your feelings need to be offline.

Well, this is easier for us given the third world connectivity. But not for long. But in my opinion, it all boils down to controlling ability.

This is what I have derived from the video. I hope I am a bit clear.  

"You must not ever stop being whimsical. And you must not, ever, give anyone else the responsibility for your life."
Mary Oliver, Wild Geese (via observando)

gettyimages:

More incredible match ups by photographer Peter Macdiarmid where comparisons have been made from World War 1 with modern day 2014.
Throughout 2014 the First World War’s Centenary will be remembered.

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*** WWI ARCHIVE *** BOURNEMOUTH - 1917: Indian soldiers who were wounded fighting at Flanders recuperating at Bournemouth in England, Bournemouth, England, circa 1917. (Photo by Underwood Archives/Getty Images)
***MODERN DAY*** LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 15: Visitors walk on West Beach on July 15, 2014 in Bournemouth, England.(Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)


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*** WWI ARCHIVE *** LONDON - 1917: A ‘male’ MKIV tank at the Lord Mayor’s show in November 1917 in London. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
***MODERN DAY*** LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 17: Early morning light at the Bank of England on July 17, 2014 in The City of London, England. Throughout 2014 the First World War’s Centenary will be remembered. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

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*** WWI ARCHIVE *** BRIGHTON - circa 1915: Injured Indian soldiers of the British Army at the Brighton Pavilion, converted into a military hospital around 1915 in Brighton, England. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
***MODERN DAY*** LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 14: In the Music Room at the Royal Pavilion on July 14, 2014 in Brighton, England. Throughout 2014 the First World War’s Centenary will be remembered. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

In this inspiring talk, Alex shows how our naivety is powering much of the Internet of today because we don’t understand the value of what it is that we are giving away for free. He explains how our feelings and ‘who we are’ is currently a missing layer of information from the digital dimension and how much easier our lives will become when we are able to be fully understood. Alex paints a picture of the foreseeable future where the ‘Internet of Feelings’ transforms our interactions between each other and suggests that from it all will develop a far better connectivity and understanding between people.

spaceexp:

SpaceX CRS-3 Dragon flies beneath the ISS, over the Dubai Coastline.

spaceexp:

SpaceX CRS-3 Dragon flies beneath the ISS, over the Dubai Coastline.

 
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