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Shop ‘Til You Drop

This lounger created by Mike Bouchet reminds me of the phrase shop ’til you drop.  It’s made from a grocery store shopping cart that has been cut apart and re-shaped. Shop ’til you drop means to go from store to store … Continue reading

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Everyone is Super

Is that Wonder Woman? No, it’s Frederika, photographer Sacha Goldberger’s grandmother! Goldberger created a beautiful and humorous series of photographs featuring Frederika as a superhero. The red, blue, and silver of Frederika’s costume predominate in these glowing photos. Every surface looks smooth … Continue reading

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The Storm

Storms are awesome! By awesome, I mean awe-inspiring: so impressive that I feel a kind of fear that is almost like worship. I don’t worship thunderstorms, but they make me feel small, and that is where all worship begins. When … Continue reading

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If in Doubt, Love

This print by Hugh Macleod is titled “Easy”. I love what Hugh has to say about this design on his website: It’s a nice feeling,- to just love without trying, to just ‘know’. What this cartoon doesn’t say is “Life … Continue reading

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Painting the American Dream

“Some people have been kind enough to call me a fine artist. I’ve always called myself an illustrator. I’m not sure what the difference is. All I know is that whatever type of work I do, I try to give … Continue reading

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Lego – The Art of the Brick

I’ve always been interested in the link between limitations and creativity. One might think that when an artist limits himself to using only pre-made plastic bricks, it would decrease creativity. However, that doesn’t seem to be true. In my opinion, … Continue reading

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Tricky Painting

Now that summer is over and children are back in school, it’s important to drive carefully around schools. But some drivers just won’t slow down! If they don’t pay attention to the school signs and don’t use any common sense, … Continue reading

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The Things We Share


This drawing was created by Megan Herbert as part of a collection called “Commonality.” In the “Commonality” collection, the artist leads us to think about the ways that we are all alike. … it is a study of the things … Continue reading

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When I saw this video, I knew that I wanted to share it with you. I saw it on Radiolab. The title is “Words,” and it is described in this way: Words have the power to shape the way we think … Continue reading

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