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“Do you have a moment for a Dementor’s kiss?”,...



“Do you have a moment for a Dementor’s kiss?”, you mean?


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Alright all you stop-motion, photo collecting lovers. Listen up....







Alright all you stop-motion, photo collecting lovers. Listen up. You’re going to love this. 

This is called a Memoto digital camera. But it’s an entirely new kind of digital camera with no controls that automatically takes photos as you go. Then you download an app that organises them for you into a stop motion video.

So, like I said… the camera has no buttons. But, as long as you wear the camera, it is constantly taking pictures. I think the battery lasts for up to 2 days. It takes two, geotagged photos a minute with recorded orientation so that the app can show them upright no matter how you are wearing the camera. And it’s weather protected, so you don’t have to worry about it in the rain. Sweet.

The camera and the app work together to give you pictures of every single moment of your life, complete with information on when you took it and where you were. This means that you can revisit any moment of your past. So, if you’re in a habit of destroying yourself on Friday night at da cluuuub and want to remember what happend between 1am and 4am, then this product is for you. 

Or anyone else who just likes taking snaps. 

Check out more info here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/martinkallstrom/memoto-lifelogging-camera







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That awkward moment...

… when you realize that we’re all cheering, crying, and screaming, not out of hope that Obama will fix the economy and secure the nation and end the war in Afghanistan (which he will), but out of pure relief that we didn’t get our basic human rights taken away.
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So after my little violin playing moment (see previous post), I...



So after my little violin playing moment (see previous post), I got stuck into the first brief for Young Glory this year. ‘Young what’, you ask?

Young Glory is a worldwide competition for creatives. Each month, between October and May, a different industry leader sets and judges their own brief.

What people like me do, is respond to that brief with insight, creativity and innovation. 

At the end of every month you submit your work and hope to be awarded a Gold, Silver or Bronze. Preferrably Gold, of course. These work on a points system… the more points the better you are. Simple.

At the end of the 8 months those with the most points are winning at life. 

I’m doing it by myself this year so we’ll see how I go.

If you’re interested in having a shot visit http://youngglory.com/



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As a former surfer, Paul Bobko had plenty of time to observe...






















As a former surfer, Paul Bobko had plenty of time to observe waves of all shapes and forms. It was during this time that he found his inspiration for his series Water Landscapes-Suspended Energy. 

About the project:

In his magnum opus, Gravity’s Rainbow, Thomas Pynchon introduces us to the German concept of Brenschluss in the telemetry of the flight of the V2 rocket. The rocket is propelled by its engines and travels along its parabolic arc. At a certain point the engines turn off, this flameout is called brenschluss. At brenschluss the rocket’s ascendancy is checked by gravity, and before it begins to fall to its target on earth, it hesitates for just a moment. After this moment gravity and momentum alone, not a rocket engine, define the inexorable trajectory of descent to its inevitable, calamitous end.

So to do Paul Bobko’s Water Landscapes-Suspended Energy photographs allow us to see that very moment of hesitation when the force of nature that is the ocean wave, ceases to be propelled by the surging forces of the ocean floor. The ocean suddenly lets go and sets it free, it hesitates at this moment of release, then crashes on the shore, liberated, but spent. Bobko shows us this very moment of hesitation, before the explosion. The outline of the explosion is clear and coming, but it hasn’t happened yet, it is, as yet, prelude…the power is still coiled in the curl, frozen for this second. Light comes glowing through that watery tunnel, foam is leaping from its crest, escaping and ecstatic. The menace is limned in the terrifying flexing of its form. It is most exhilarating to see the noun become the verb.

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somewhatreal: Nate Frizzell, Every Moment with Her was a Moment...













somewhatreal:

Nate Frizzell, Every Moment with Her was a Moment to Keep, Oil on canvas, 28x20”. 2010.

Nate Frizzell, The Way We Should Go. Oil on canvas, 20x28”. 2010.

Nate Frizzell, She Used To Search the Sky. Oil on canvas, 20x28”. 2010.

Nate Frizzell, The Secret of Being Colorful. Oil on canvas, 36x24”. 2010.

Nate Frizzell, Waiting To Be Unseen. Oil on canvas, 30x40”. 2010.

Nate Frizzell, To See Her as You’d See a Star. Oil on canvas, 20x28”. 2010.

He takes several motifs—animals, humans, winter, graffiti, masks—and spins them in different ways to explore them from different perspectives. I think the paintings’ titles are particularly interesting because they convey so much story without going too far.













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secretprettythings: Made a new listing in my shop selling these...



secretprettythings:

Made a new listing in my shop selling these postcards together as a set. I really want to clear out everything (hence the 20% of at the moment) and then have all new prints and things this year after all my stock of these ones are gone.



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Hunting for a job at the moment? Don’t worry I am...



Hunting for a job at the moment? Don’t worry I am too. Luckily this time around I’m prepared for it. If you’re feeling a little flustered and annoyed because you haven’t got one yet - don’t be so hard on yourself. It takes time and persistence. Just like any other hunt.

My first job hunt, I had no idea what I was doing or if I was bringing the right gear. Being ambitious, and totally stupid at the time, I wanted to catch the Grizzly Bear or Great White Shark of jobs. Glad I didn’t. If I had, it would have been by chance and it would have eaten me alive. Instead, I caught a lovely job I could handle. And got through it with all my limbs in tact. 

I’m now on my 3rd job hunt. And what I’ve learnt is hunting for a job isn’t just about catching ‘the big one’ or the first one you find. It’s a sport. It takes time and learning. And going through the process of the hunt will lead you to success. 

Go out, look around, and see what you like. With the skills you have, which job can you aim for? Be realistic. 

Apply effort into studying the job you’re hunting. Read up on its background and behaviors. No point going after something if you don’t know anything about it. You’ll hurt yourself. And there’s no way you’ll catch it.

After that, if you’ve found something you can catch, don’t go in rushing for it. Some animals stalk their prey for days before… well you know… ‘killing it’. Take your time and make sure you’re prepared. 

If, after doing all that, you take aim and miss, so what? Yes, you were SO CLOSE. But don’t beat yourself up because you missed it. The fact you got that close is awesome. Means you’re on the right track and the next job hunt you go on may just be the successful one.

And yes, don’t worry, it will be out there for you. You have a few options on how to get it.

You can go looking for it.
Sit patiently, but attentively, waiting for it.
Or you can throw some bait out to attract it to you. 

Just always be on the ball.

Good luck if you’re looking and let me know about your failures or successes. 

-The Creative Bridge



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Raw, industrial materials are very popular in interiors at the...



Raw, industrial materials are very popular in interiors at the moment. warm it up with rich fabrics and large furniture.



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There are no words.  Actually there are… because if I...





There are no words. 

Actually there are… because if I don’t explain to you that this is just a concept model you’ll all be running around screaming ‘GIMMEONENOW!!!’ I would be.

Read more about it here: http://www.maclife.com/article/features/maclife_rethinks_apple_idesk 

I have to have a moment alone daydreaming of working on this.

*Sits back and closes eyes. Woaaaaah… cool.





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