Trimming the tree is an important part of Christmas decor. These small tokens that hang on the branches offer an unconventional form of personal expression. By incorporating specific ornaments into the overall decoration, you can create a customized tree that celebrates who you are and the memories you’ve made over time. Baubles are a popular way to trim a tree, but they are far from the most creative. Almost anything can be an ornament!
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Photographer Brad Wilson captures expressive wildlife portraits inspired by the “instinct, intuition, and present moment awareness” that animals possess.
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The online world is a sea of over stimulation. From the push notifications to the constant refreshing of screens, it’s healthy to separate yourself from your device every once in a while. So, why not crack open a good book? It offers the same inspiration and wisdom you’d find online, but with quiet, individualized attention.
Educators are some of the most important people in our lives.
Even with its cutting-edge technology and ultra modern art, Japan is proud of its past.
Three people sit on a bench, completely immersed in their cell phones, ignoring each other’s presence. It’s an all too common scene, but this time what we’re looking at isn’t a real-life experience, but a clever piece of art. As part of the Amsterdam Light Festival, brand design agency Design Bridge created the thought-provoking installation Absorbed by Light.
The airport is a prime location for people watching.
Sisters, what would we do without them?
From Ancient Greek artifacts to pre-Renaissance biblical murals, Islamic architecture, modernist designs, and even subway stations, mosaics have been a popular art form for centuries. The timeless craft involves arranging colorful fragments of tiles or glass into patterns, pictures, and other decorative motifs that are then held together with grout or adhesive. The earliest examples were found in a Mesopotamian temple from the 3rd millennium BCE, and were made of ivory, seashells, and stones.
The art of movement is more than a hobby or profession, it’s a passion.
The past few years have been rich with lunar and solar events.