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Moving Always Changes One’s Perspective »

Moving Always Changes One’s Perspective

After more than two decades living in the San Francisco Bay Area, and 14 years in Sonoma County, I made the move back to my roots in Southern California.  Los Angeles, is an amazing place, full of opportunity for the experiences I love. Looking forward to more post inspiration and sunsets like this one. More photos on dgirlp's

Food Porn: The World’s Newest Obsession »

Food Porn:  The World’s Newest Obsession

I live  in Foodie-Ville. Sonoma County, California is known for its access to the world's most beautiful, biodynamic, Demeter-approved, organic, humanely-produced, preciously prepared and ingested culinary perfection.  So I'm accustomed to seeing lots of social media food porn. But really, how many pictures can we take of pizza, pasta, [...]

July 4th Afterthoughts: Andy Warhol on American »

  “Everybody has their own America, and then they have pieces of a fantasy America that they think is out there but they can’t see. So the fantasy corners of America, you’ve pieced them together from scenes in movies and music and lines from books. And you live in your dream America that you’ve custom-made from art and schmaltz and [...]

Hidetaka Onoyama’s Eclipse Photo of the Day »

Hidetaka Onoyama’s Eclipse Photo of the Day

During yesterday's annular eclipse, in which the moon passed in front of the sun leaving only a golden ring around its edges, Hidetaka Onoyama's photo emerged as our favorite image.  Taken from Tokyo, it's a beautiful reminder of the wonder of nature, and the power of science to understand.

Hack of the day: 1919 folding camera & Canon 5D »

Hack of the day: 1919 folding camera & Canon 5D

Gorgeousness from the almost hundred year old lens of a Piccolette Contessa-Nettel (1919) folding camera hacked onto the photographer  Jason Bognack's Canon 5D. More photos on the artist's blog todaystomorrow via thenextweb

Do Not Covet Your Ideas: Give Away Everything You Know »

Do Not Covet Your Ideas: Give Away Everything You Know

  It is an interesting thought, and perhaps counter-intuitive for most of us to give our ideas away.  In fact, in the creative world, ideas make the world go round.  And get us paid.  But it is something I have noticed:  The more you give, the more you get in this ever changing world of trends, images and ideas. Here is to a New [...]

Pink Floyd’s PR Stunt Recycles Animals »

Pink Floyd’s PR Stunt Recycles Animals

If you are into music, and perhaps no matter your age, you recognize the iconic Pink Floyd album cover for Animals.  The pig flying over Battersea Power Station in London elicits "that's from the Pink Floyd album", when we pass it on our way to/from Heathrow the first time we visit London. To announce the release of the band's new [...]

The McForest: The Meatless Burger by Sarah Illenberger »

The McForest: The Meatless Burger by Sarah Illenberger

Mc Forest by Sarah Illenberger Love this alt burger by (ironically) Sarah Illenberger, whose clever mind creates visual puns and visually arresting work.  Go see. Photo by Ragnar Schmuck   via        

Old Book Smell »

Old Book Smell

Did you know? "Lignin, the stuff that prevents all trees from adopting the weeping habit, is a polymer made up of units that are closely related to vanillin.  When made into paper and stored for years it breaks down and smells good.  Which is how divine providence has arranged for secondhand bookstores to smell like good quality vanilla [...]

Top 10 post on mixingreality.com : July 2011 – »

Top 10 post on mixingreality.com : July 2011 – August 2011

Ranging from the musical and visual wonder of oscillating guitar strings to cameos carved from the creamy center of Oreo cookies, last month's top posts are eclectic, though with one consistent thread, almost all of them are art oriented. Thank you for continuing to surprise us with your enthusiasm and support.  This month, we will be [...]

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