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A few weeks ago, I shared with you my discovery of the Smithsonian Library Galaxy of Images. I once again, have found more inspiring images - Parisian costume more →
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Lauren and I have been experimenting with double exposure photography, thanks to a recent workshop we attended and an exciting upcoming project (much more on more →
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My best friend Michelle sent me a link to David Downton's site a few weeks ago. I had no idea he was the artist behind some of the most iconic illustrations more →
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After a life-changing journey to Rajasthan in 2008, artist Karen Knorr wanted to celebrate the visual richness found in the fables, myths and stories of more →
window view
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I love this series of oil paintings called Windows by Jim Darling. The view from an airplane window is such an inspiring and freeing perspective, especially more →
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London artist id-iom's latest work is titled "Busy Being Lazy" which is hilarious and ironic, considering how much time and work it must have taken him to wrap more →
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I'm completely mesmerized by Janet Echelman's massive moving net sculptures. Her colorful projects draw inspiration from ancient craft and modern technology, more →
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In the large city of Taichung, Taiwan, what was once known as a military dependents’ village is now called the Rainbow Village. 86-year-old Haung Yung-Fu more →
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Remember Mamika, the superhero alter ego of photographer Sacha Goldberger's grandmother Frederika? Well, now she's back but with a new sidekick and love more →
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As an avid lamp collector, I about died when I saw these carved lamps made from dried gourds by Calabarte. Gourds from Senegal are meticulously hand drilled, more →
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