It’s always amazing to witness at artist who embraces one of their greatest limitations, turning it instead into one of their greatest advantages. For Korean artist JeeYoung Lee the question was how to utilize her small studio space in Seoul measuring 11.8′ x 13.5′ x 7.8′ (3.6m x 4.1m x 2.4m) that was proportionally miniscule to the scale of her boundless imagination. Instead of finding a new location or reverting to digital trickery, Lee challenged herself to build some of the most elaborate sets imaginable for the sake of taking a single photograph.
There’s no shortage of niche video-streaming platforms, but the Shakespeare’s Globe has just announced a new super-niche service that lets you rent or buy recordings of performances from the famous... Keep reading →
Video streaming of performances from the Globe Theater? Sign me up!
The Lone Star State is a haven for the small and quaint. Make sure the journey is as fun as your destination. Born of sports car heritage, the new Porsche Macan is almost too much fun to drive. .
I used to live in Texas for a number of years....and miss driving around the unique places there. This is a great article about the small quaint towns that one could visit......makes me want to get in a car and start driving!
In baseball, a five-tool player comes along once every decade or two. Anyone who hits for average and power, has speed, is terrific defensively and has a rifle arm is revered. In bluegrass, the best of the best are three-tool players.
Artist, designer and art director Kevin Weir turned to history for inspiration for his latest GIFs. Using historical black-and-white photographs from the Library of Congress online archive, Weir created some very eerie and rather frightening GIFs. Weir got his start in making incredible GIFs like these by mastering design software while in graduate school.
Replays Tuesday 7/15 at 8 pm ET and Thursday 7/17 at 11 pm ET on Outlaw Country, Ch. 60 Puss n Boots, aka musicians Norah Jones, Sasha Dobson, and Catherine Popper, stopped by SiriusXM Outlaw Country to discuss the formation of their … Continued
This is another of our ‘Introducing…’ posts which may seem questionable to some, after all Ruth Moody has been releasing music since 1997 (when she was a member of the delightfully titled group Scruj MacDuhk!) and released her debut solo EP ‘Blue Muse’ back in 2012. However, to many mainstream Country fans, such as myself, …
This article shares a great album from Ruth Moody. It's the perfect tonic after a challenging day. And for all of my friends in the UK - she will be touring there this month. Catch one of her shows if you are able...
The earliest known photograph to show a person, a Paris street scene from 1838, was published online this week.
Look in the photo's lower left corner and you'll see a man getting his boots cleaned on the sidewalk. The boot-cleaner is there too, although he is harder to spot.
The image has been posted online before, but it gained a higher profile after news site Mashable published a full-page version on Wednesday in partnership with Retronaut, a website that archives photos from the past.
Photographer Pete Thorne has discovered that, just as photographing the elderly can make for powerful portraits, the same can be said for old dogs as well. His “Old Faithful” photo series takes a warm an intimate look at man's best friends as they live out their golden years.
These photos are heartwarming.....and strangely beautiful.
“We’re spending so much time touching, pushing, linking, scrolling and jumping through text that when we sit down with a novel, your daily habits of jumping, clicking, linking is just ingrained in you,” said Andrew Dillon, a University of Texas professor who studies reading. “We’re in this new era of information behavior, and we’re beginning to see the consequences of that.”
This beautiful lake in Lofoten, Norway is one of the most scenic locations on the planet. Lofoten is part of a branch of islands in northwest Norway. Max Rive is a self-described adventurer from Europe with a camera.
Work-related stress is related to ill-health. Stress in the workplace can also reduce productivity, in particular when stress manifests itself as a reduction in psychological well-being. This has a very real and clear financial impact on organisations and their budgets, as stress at work costs the