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Category Archives: Everyday life
Ryan Contillo sure is freckled. But how many freckles does he actually have? ‘Freckle Count’ is a crowd source project created by Ryan Contillo, Marc Andrew Stephens and Jack Inscoe.
Go to Freckle Count, if you want to count!
Alysha Nett is one of the most liked and sought after models in the business. Based out of Philadelphia, she creates strong, concise images, with her own style.
Before I Die… in NOLA by Candy Chang.
About the installation Before I Die… in NOLA, Candy Chang says:
“One month later and seven hours of stenciling today, and it’s up! With a lot of help and support from old and new friends, I turned the side of an abandoned house in my neighborhood into a giant chalkboard where residents can fill in the blank and remember what is important to them in life.
It’s also about turning a neglected space into a constructive one where we can learn the hopes and aspirations of the people around us. It turns out this entire process has been a great lesson, experience, and project in itself – more on that later.
If you’re in New Orleans, stop by the corner of Marigny and Burgundy (900 Marigny St) to add your thoughts to the wall and see what matters most to your neighbors. The responses and stories from passers-by while we were installing it have already hit me hard in the heart.”
Found via @martin___r
Now here’s a great idea for a bachelor party. Or if you have a spare Sunday with nothing better to do. I love this! I should really do this more often. Tables are just so heavy to carry.
This guy is called Steve Lambert. I like him now.
I can’t speak French. But whenever kids speak it, I’m always like: “Wow, she’s just a small kid, and SHE can speak French”… For some reason I always get amazed and credit kids speaking foreign languages… even though it’s their mother tongue.
Anyway. The reason why I post this extremely adorable little French girl, is because I admire her fantasy and storyteller ability in such a young age.
“The hippo was allergic to magic”, she says. I love that.
Thanks to Joe Petagno for this one.
Remember these guys? The guys from the photos of the film, Todd Bieber found when skiing in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park.
Check out the update. Todd Bieber has new clues…
Please contact Todd Bieber, if you have clues or if you recognize the ladies on the picture: firstname.lastname@example.org
Todd Bieber was skiing in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park and found a roll of film. He had the film developed and this is what he found.
Please contact him, if you recognize the people in the photos: email@example.com
- They look Russian to me. Not Dutch, not French, nor Belgian. Whoever they are, I’d like to help… I like stories like this.
Found via @startsnakken