Sunday is for staying in your pj’s and playing on the internet. Here’s what I found this morning. A time-lapse of illustrator Patrick Vale drawing the view of the Manhattan skyline from the Empire State Building. Click the link for video. empire state of pen
Usually water and light isn’t such a good idea. However, the smarties over at Digitalarti figured out how to make magic. water light (click the link to see video)
Design Seeds is a beautiful site dedicated to color and color palettes. Jessica Colaluca creates the most wonderful palettes that inspire my projects. I’ve subscribed via Email and look forward everyday to receiving the new colors and beautiful pictures!
You use a high-speed camera to film things you want to slow way down, things you can’t normally see with the naked eye. It’s caught on as an art form that’s beautiful and fascinating. This high-speed demonstration of microwave destruction is amusing. (Don’t try it, unless you want to destroy your microwave and possibly seriously …
PPRINT offers gorgeous artwork painted on vintage book pages. Anastassia Elias makes these fantastic little vignettes in…TP rolls! I KNOW! Right? You have to go by her site and check them all out! Guy Laramee carves wondrous landscape scenes out of books.
Me? Oh nothing, just listening to music made at the dry cleaners.
The Burning House is a website that asks: If your house were burning down, what would you take with you. Aside from love ones that is, we know that part. All ages and countries are represented. It’s fascinating to me, it’s a sort of modern anthropology study. From practical to sentimental, so many people choose …
The late astrophysicist, author, and a personal hero, Carl Sagan would have been 76 today. Lots of info here and here and here And, here is Sagan’s “Pale Blue Dot” essay read by another famous astrophysicist Professor Brian Cox.
4 more days till Halloween! I have a confession. I haven’t carved pumpkins yet this year! We usually wait until the last minute and then carve like crazy. Mostly because we hate to see our poor Jack’s mushy and droopy due to unseasonably warm weather in Oregon in October. I really love these patterns form …