It’s getting to that time of the year again…the time when hundreds of people follow along with Elle Luna to create every day, for 100 days.
2016 can and will be an all-star year. 2015 wasn’t a terrible year; I learned a lot, met lots of great people, and explored connections, but it wasn’t everything I had hoped for it to be. But 2016, is just in its beginning days, and I can feel it in my bones that it is going to be great. </br></br>
TED ©2008 Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?
What Is the 100-Day Project? It’s a celebration of process that encourages everyone to participate in 100 days of making. The great surrender is the process; showing up day after day is the goal. For the 100-Day Project, it’s not about fetishizing finished products—it’s about the process.
Shylights as they are called, were created by Studio Drift, were inspired by flowers in nature which open and close for reason of defense or energy conservation.
#Hand Lettering of Ed, Edd, & Eddy
Cartoons of the past always seem to have a flare all their own.Each year new shows and series surface from the big networks; some acquired from a youtube series, such as Adventure Time, or FRED, some pulled from networks in other countries, or others that are generated within a network studio. I’m talking about shows like Ed, Edd & Eddy, Powerpuff Girls, Courage the Cowardly Dog and Dexter’s Laboratory which were all screened on Cartoon Network.
American illustrator Jason Heuser has created this series of epic presidential portraits. Each one is truly ridiculous, and yet completely amazing…you might even be convinced these things happened.
While out wandering DUMBO today I came across this:
It’s always really awesome to come across this type of stuff. I once stumbled upon a series of pieces back in October or November.
originally posted on 3DPrint.com
Back in July, Albert Manero created a 3D printed myoelectric prosthetic arm for a little boy named Alex. The story got so much better after that.
Read about it here
##March has begun! Spring is in the air…or at least what I thought was spring. The skies are still producing white powder, and I’m not upset about it. Days like these recently mean I can open the shades and enjoy the sunlight in the dining room while watching the snow fall.
I also had time to poke around the internet for cool things.
#Books with Nervous Systems carved into them by Barbara Wildenboer
About a month ago, I moved my site from being hand-built with HTML and CSS to Siteleaf.