i feel this on a spiritual level
i feel this on a spiritual level
Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco with four million residents, accounting for 11% of the entire country. Many officials report that these figure are underestimated and the total population is actually somewhere between 5 and 6 million. This recent surge has occurred because severe droughts have forced many Moroccans to move into urban areas to find new forms of work. The Cite Djemaa neighborhood, located in the southeast of the city, is seen here.
Source imagery: DigitalGlobe
Despite the bloodbath of television cancellations last week, NBC is on a roll picking up new shows to fill the fall schedule. Today, it officially ordered a season for its time travel drama, Timeless.
Here’s a fun art piece made by artist Matthieu Robert-Ortis: in one perspective, it looks like two giraffes standing opposite each other while in another, it looks like a single elephant staring straight at you. The piece plays on your perspective and hides two wire sculptures in one, what you see depends on which angle you’re looking at it.
Après avoir découvert les paysages et les cultures de 21 pays différents en quelques mois, le photographe canadien Luke Gram a franchi la frontière chinoise depuis Hong Kong, avant d’user ses semelles sur les routes de l’Empire du Milieu. Vues à couper le souffle, mélange de tradition et de modernité, le photographe a été estomaqué et en a ramené de nombreux clichés plus sublimes les uns que les autres.
Land of Smiles is a quiet, surreal exploration of Thailand’s everyday architecture and landscapes.
I have spent a considerable amount of time in Thailand over the past five or so years (my wife is from Bangkok). Still, I remain an outsider and am fascinated by many aspects of the landscape that most Thais would never think twice about. The images featured here focus on the accidentally sculptural fluorescent bulb streetlights and nightscapes of rural Thailand.
Land of Smiles takes you on a walking tour in a dream-state. This is Thailand as few people will ever see it (especially in light of the political turmoil and chaos of the past decade).
— Chris Mottalini, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Redhawk realized his failing vision caused things to morph, so he started to play with morphing software and thought, “What if I morphed an image onto itself?”
“It’s an artistic expression of the confusion I go through with my vision loss…
Not enough data getting sent to the brain, and it tries to fill in the blanks with false information, so you can’t trust what your eyes or brain are telling you.”
Hovertext: If not a single sparrow falls to the ground without your Father's knowledge, why doesn't he catch the damn thing?
Finally starting to feel human again.
O site de reclamações "Reclame Aqui" está fazendo aniversário e, fez uma ação muito interessante. Eles simplesmente armaram uma vingança à quem presta serviços de qualidade questionável no Brasil. Convidaram alguns diretores de várias empresas para um jantar especial regado a péssimos serviços, demora, má educação e tudo mais. Me senti vingado.
Vi no Hypeness.
Another closet one
Hovertext: I hope in the new Ghostbusters they grapple with the idea that they're taking human souls and placing them in an Earthly purgatory forever.
Hovertext: Meanwhile, in the humanities, we would like to see a bit less whimsy.
Stitching together thousands of images, photographer Levon Biss produces huge and detailed photographs of tiny insects; prints of 10 mm bugs are 3 meters across. An exhibition of Biss' photos will be on display at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. All three images above are of the orchid cuckoo bee at different levels of zoom. This video shows how the photos are made:Tags: Levon Biss photography video
I recently discovered yet another amazing artist. His name is Jonas De RoThe. Jonas is currently living and working in London. He is a digital artist doing freelance and in-house concept art, design, and illustration for films and games. His tools of the trade are Photoshop, Sketchup, Wacom Intuos and his brain.
The emotional impact of his work is undesirable. As soon as I saw “A Place Called Home,” I stared at it holding my breath with my mouth wide open. I wanted to see more of Jonas’ work, which led me to his Deviant art profile. There I found an influx of illustrations ranging from mythical to apocalyptic.
To give you an idea of how talented he is, check out his previous clients: Square Enix, Warner Bros, Miramax, Perrier, Legendary Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Digital Tutors, Advanced Photoshop, Radical Studios, GREE, and many more.
His work left us amazed, and we only hope you will experience the same effect. If you wish to know more about Jonas or see more of his work, be sure to visit his website: Jonasdero.be. Without further ado, we hope you’ll be inspired by his incredible work.
Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould like to include Easter Eggs in their shows for observant fans to find, and viewers enjoyed finding secret stuff on Breaking Bad so much Vince and Peter decided to keep the Eggs rolling in Better Call Saul. (Spoiler-ish material ahead)
For the second season of Saul they decided to go beyond the visual and play with words by including an anagram in the episode titles, so they put the puzzle in place and didn't give it a second thought.
But a fan named Shaquita discovered the Easter Egg faster than a tweeker on Blue Sky, posting her findings on Twitter with the caption “on vacation this week, and have nothing but time lol".
The creators confirmed Shaquita's findings and were blown away by how fast she found it:
“We had this—to us—this very bright idea of encoding the words “Fring’s Back” in the episode titles,” Gould told Vanity Fair. “And we thought we’d be revealing it maybe sometime over the summer. I guess we really underestimated the genius and hard work of our fans.”
“And their attention to detail, and God bless them for it,” Gilligan chimed in.
Gould concluded: “It’s hard to complain about people paying attention to every aspect of the show. It certainly reminds us again that we better keep all our i’s dotted and our t’s crossed in every aspect of the show.”
Hovertext: Did a theme song just pop into your head? If so, you may already be lost.