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ciablog:

It’s Friday afternoon and we’re dreaming of the weekend, join us in taking some inspiration from Jessie Ford’s fantastic party piece!

We think these colourful critters have the right idea - wonder where they are heading? Can we come?



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Inspiration day by kotex

Inspiration circle done by kotex. They choose 50 women from Pinterest and analysed their source of inspiration to make a special gift for each of them. First Pinterest campaign as I can remember.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=UVCoM4ao2Tw

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The morning dawned cold and grey, an ordinary space. An ordinary expanse greeted bleary eyed people...

The morning dawned cold and grey, an ordinary space. An ordinary expanse greeted bleary eyed people stumbling out of their houses to retieve the paper.Inside the folded pieces of paper, the world moved but in this stagnant ordinary neighborhood, things did not pass so quickly. They did not pass for Oliver. The world walked past him while he sat and waited for something. 

He sat, pale and extraordinary, watching people get up and go about their morning activities. He lived in the upper level of a two-flat with other young men. They were all waiting in some respect. Kip was waiting for a reason to leave his job and go “west.” Adam was waiting for the married woman he was sleeping with to break up with her husband. Roy was simpy waiting because the others waited, he adjusted to his surroundings and thus became them. Oliver waited for inspiration. Waited for that commet to strike in the form of a human. In the form of an idealized perfection that Fitzgerald had promised him. She, Lamia, Daisy, was not there. 

She was not real. He consoled himself by using this ordinary existance as book material. He picked a house on the block and imagined stories for the families inside. The single mother with three children, for her, Oliver created a tragic life. She was the heroine, left to take care of her children in the wake of her husbands death at sea. The good men die at sea, the cowardly died in war.She would never marry but find love in her 50s, after her children are safe in the false security of early adulthood. he would heal her after so many years of scarring. Oliver smiled to himself, believing that it could one day come true.

Pulling on a sweater, Oliver took to the streets, winding his way through the chicago neighborhood to his usual train stop, closing in on what he hoped might be a destined stroke of inspiration. It was not to come, though. He got on the train with a furrowed brow and grim demenor. The romance of meeting a love on the train was too idylic for it to be real. He grimaced, his life was not going to “start,” it was going to pass him by. 

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INSPIRATION: old tea cups and...



INSPIRATION: old tea cups and spoons…

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Inspiration: Teacup Mirror. If you go to her site and look at the other photos of this mirror, you’ll see how artfully everything is arranged. More photos from Beyond the Fringe Crafts here.



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“Travis did a studio on M Street in Georgetown for me,” Davis...







“Travis did a studio on M Street in Georgetown for me,” Davis says, noting that in his current home, zoning prohibited a detached building. While many need light-filled rooms for inspiration, he wanted to avoid large windows opening onto a residential neighborhood and sought a cave-like atmosphere to disappear into his work. Subtle light was brought in by other means when the architect built a dome above his client’s desk (which Price describes as similar to the rotunda of the oracle’s temple at Delphi) and filled it with the books he uses the most. Davis whimsically calls the space his “Navajo kiva of knowledge.”

Explorer in Residence by http://www.travispricearchitects.com







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Library Inspiration

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