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    20+ Foods People Eat Around the World After a Night of Drinking

    We’ve all been there. It’s late, and after a night out with friends, a craving arrives. The question is, what to eat? Sweet or savory, all around the world cultures have invented mouthwatering dishes that will satisfy those late night hankerings. Whether they are fried snacks or street food finds, hangover foods are often indulgent and […]

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    Dignified Portraits of Stray Cats Celebrate the Unique Beauty of Fearless Felines

    A stray cat is often a permanent fixture of a neighborhood. Whether it’s catching local rodents or appearing on someone’s porch for a meal, these creatures are as alluring as they are aloof. What do they do all day before they emerge for their nightly can of tuna? 19-year-old photographer Gabrielius Khiterer breaks through their mysteriously stoic facade […]

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    Enlightening Paintings Capture Beautiful Everyday Moments of Interracial Couples

    Minneapolis-based artist Leslie Barlow creates oil paintings with a purpose. Employed as a means of studying identity, multiculturalism, and issues of representation, her “otherness” art often incorporates figurative portraits of everyday people. In her recent series, Loving, she explores ordinary moments between real-life interracial couples. Cleverly named after Loving v. Virginia, a groundbreaking, anti-discrimination Supreme Court case, the series of mixed media paintings […]

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    Thonet S 32 V – A HOUSEOFHRVST Variation

    HOH /a (HOUSEOFHRVST/agency) created a variation of the classic Thonet S 32 V for the opening of the second Harvest menswear store in Munich. The colors used, mainly white, navy blue and the classic, thonet light brown of their “wicker work“ The challenge was to create something new to itcombines the C.I. colors of Harvest, […]

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    Introducing Andrea Farina’s Vulnerable Embroidery

    Pursuing her passion after hours, Andrea Farina creates intricate embroideries and gouache paintings and continues to experiment with a wide variety of mediums. “I let each figure lead itself to the type of story it will tell.”Intimate and vulnerable, Farina’s works explore the human body and what defines humans beyond their anatomy. Through hanging threads, […]

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    Visually Satisfying Compositions of Flowers and Botanical Arrangements

    As a yoga teacher, Ja Soon Kim incorporates elements of the meditative practice into her creative work. In her series of botanical arrangements, Kim neatly organizes colorful vegetation into beautifully balanced compositions. Simply set against either a black or white background, the creations capture the unique shapes, hues, and textures of different species of plants. The […]

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    A Linear Sri Lankan Home At One With Nature

    Architect Palinda Kannangara designed a linear, light-filled home with integrated plant and water features for a young family in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Spaciousness, indoor-outdoor flow and nature take precedence in the house’s design, which manifests in a series of courtyards on the ground floor – the first planted with a sapodilla tree and situated adjacent to a […]

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    Paula Prats Follows The ‘Still Lights’ In Iceland

    Combining monumental landscapes with conceptual images of the nature, Paula Prats has turned her lens to Iceland in 2012, which resulted in a series of poetic and striking photographs from the North. “These images try to transmit the mystery of the unstable presence of the sun and the impact of its absence.”Called ‘Still Light‘, the […]