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Sweet, Sensual Looks - Julia Pogodina (6 Photos)

I just love it when the lighting, the colors and the hair and makeup all come together beautifully. Julia Pogodina is a fashion photographer who moved from Moscow to New York in 2005 to pursue her dream. After seven years of being a corporate lawyer she quit her office job and became a freelance fashion photographer. Way to pursue your dream!

For this…


Added by alice on May 18, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

The Secret Life of Wooden Toys! (15 Total)

Storybook Heroes

"The secret life of.." series is back! In this set, Aldo Cavini Benedetti takes us into the secret life of wooden toys. What happens when we trek off to school or work? Wooden toys come alive and get into a mountain of trouble!

Daredevil Skating

In a Jam



Added by alice on May 18, 2009 at 11:00am — No Comments

Yup, This Looks Like Monday.

Have a fantastic week, y'all. Via

Added by alice on May 18, 2009 at 10:38am — No Comments

Coldplay's Free Live Album

Coldplay just released a free live album as a thanks to their fans. I've uploaded all nine songs on our music player so you can listen to it and figure out if you want to download it. To see them live at the Staples Center in LA was one of my favorite memories. The album sure takes me back to that time...I love hearing the crowd roaring in the background...they are a… Continue

Added by alice on May 18, 2009 at 10:22am — 1 Comment

Modern Architecture - Dragonfly Vertical Farm: New York (10 pics)

Modeled after the wings of a dragonfly, Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut designed this incredible vertical farm to ease the ever-increasing need for ecological and environmental self-sufficiency in the urban cityscape. The proposed development, designed around the Southern bank of Roosevelt Island in New York, would cultivate food, agriculture, farming and…


Added by Eugene on May 18, 2009 at 10:00am — No Comments

A Frog's Last Attempt at Survival

Is it just me or does this frog have hidden skills? Afraid that his precious legs are going to be tonight's dinner, this brave and talented frog shows us just how handy he is in the kitchen! Lucky you. Your life is spared!

@Pacifist Flickr… Continue

Added by alice on May 18, 2009 at 9:30am — 1 Comment

Tattoo House - Simple, Strong and Beautiful

Designed by Andrew Maynard Architects, the Tattoo House is an extension to a three-bedroom home in Fitzroy North, a suburb in Melbourne, Australia, created to accommodate a growing family. Inspired by a tight budget, the Tattoo House is a simple and strong two-story box design brimming over with functional design – a kitchen bench that doubles as part of the stairway…


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Tetris In Real Life - imaginative photography by Erik Johansson

Erik Johansson is a 24 year old photographer from Gothenburg, Sweden. His work is some of the most imaginative I have seen in a while. I really like the way he uses common objects and scenes but transforms them into something magical. More of his work is available here at his personal website.…


Added by Mark Huckabee on May 18, 2009 at 6:51am — 2 Comments



Organ Donation

Every so often, the desperate need for organ donors is highlighted in the national press and this difficult subject is brought to the nation's attention. Once again, it is a very personal decision, but certainly one you should discuss with your immediate family, and at least make your views known.

NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) was established as a Special Health Authority in… Continue

Added by SWALK1955 on May 18, 2009 at 6:01am — No Comments


(If you're looking for the perfect way to give back to your community, consider giving the gift of life by donating blood. GIVE BLOOD .. SAVE A LIFE.. YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE).. I LOVED the experience:), even though I felt a little bit tired afterward. And I encourage you ALL to do it, not just because it is good for your health, but also to express your good intention to help people and rescue their lives… you have to feel it, when you donate… Continue

Added by SWALK1955 on May 18, 2009 at 5:53am — 3 Comments

Eurovision 2009

What a awesome night, The Best Ever Eurovision finals ever. Lovely to be in with a chance for once! Roll on 2010! Congrats to Alexander in Norway, and MASSIVE WELL DONE to Jade. As the song goes, now is Jade's Time and she's not letting go of it. Eurovision 2009. And well done, the rest of the world... This shows the World has got… Continue

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Personal Favorite Photographers

Here's a list of some of my favorite photographers. Each photographer possesses his own distinct style - a way of seeing the world in a unique light, angle, and composition. A strong sense of self emanates from behind the camera lens and projects itself into each and every photograph taken. Check 'em out.

Ben Watts

The brother of actress Naomi Watts, Ben Watts…


Added by Taylor English on May 18, 2009 at 2:00am — 7 Comments

The Storybook Rug

I love this sweet idea! Ok, so maybe I have baby on the brain but wouldn't this be perfect in a little girl's room? I'm calling this the Storybook rug but it's really called the Pop Up Book rug designed by the Bob Foundation and sold on a… Continue

Added by alice on May 17, 2009 at 11:00pm — 2 Comments

Rochambeau's Look Book

Rochambeau Look Book

This wonderfully imaginative Look Book by Rochambeau was done for Michael Venker's winter collection. You can read a nice article about this project here.


Rochambeau Look Book

Rochambeau Look Book

Rochambeau Look Book

Rochambeau Look Book

Rochambeau Look Book


Added by Kevin Chung on May 17, 2009 at 8:29pm — No Comments

Lost robot asks for directions to find its way.

A team from the Technical University of Munich programmed their robot to ask people for directions then set it loose it in the real world. This was no carefully constructed laboratory maze, but real streets with real people, and real obstacles. They told it to get to a destination 1.5 km away. The robot had no pre-made map or GPS. It had to ask for help, look at the direction that people pointed, say "thank you" and try to use their input to get to its goal without running…


Added by Mark Huckabee on May 17, 2009 at 10:27am — 1 Comment

Music and Spiritual Practice - An Overview of Poligraf (part 1)

Music has been an essential part of my life since the end of the 80s.

The adventure began during the second of my four years of studying electrical engineering at Université Laval in Québec City. Through various friends and contacts I reconnected with progressive rock, a form of music to which I had already been exposed to in my youth thanks to my older brothers and sisters. Hearing the music of bands such as Yes, Rush, Genesis, and King… Continue

Added by Christopher Stewart on May 17, 2009 at 9:12am — No Comments

Seoul's $20 Billion Master Plan: South Korea

Studio Daniel Libeskind has been named winner of the master plan competition for the Yongsan International Business District of Seoul, South Korea. The new large-scale district features a cluster of residential, office and retail neighborhoods in an extensive urban park along the Han River.

The plan, called "Archipelago 21" because each of the linked…


Added by Eugene on May 17, 2009 at 7:30am — No Comments

Sexy - Mario Testino

There's something completely sexy about this photo shoot by Mario Testino that has me coming back to it over and over again. The way the model has this nervousness about herself - the slightly self-consciousness makes it all the more appealing. I love the lighting and use of gold and orange colored accessories. And the last picture is just completely arresting, isn't…


Added by alice on May 17, 2009 at 1:00am — 2 Comments

Celebrity Portraits That Tell a Story - Photographer Peter Yang (9 Photos)

Peter Yang is a New York based photographer who's work is often seen in such widely circulated magazines such as Rolling Stone, ESPN Magazine and Wired. His portraits are unique because they're often wrapped around an interesting story that he wants you to figure out.

Dennis Leary…


Added by alice on May 17, 2009 at 1:00am — 2 Comments

Is it work or is it play?

I've always been fascinated with athletes. Take the best - the strongest, the fastest, the most agile - put them together and then stand back in awe and admire their unbelievable, almost super natural abilities. Are they having fun? Do they see their work as play?

I like this quote I came across today because it's a philosophy on how to live.

“The master of the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play,… Continue

Added by alice on May 16, 2009 at 11:30pm — No Comments

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