Monthly Archives: February 2012

windows

Windows open life’s panoramas.  On long, boring journeys they let you see the wonders passing you by. Looking out of them on grey, rainy days you feel cozy and comforted. In the day they let sunlight creep through cracks in … Continue reading

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love, dictators and other famous people

It seems like we always find the *best* Valentine’s Day cards after the actual day. Ben Kling is a freelance animator, illustrator, web/graphic designer, musician and writer. That’s a lot of stuff, but he is seriously talented and HILARIOUS. He claims … Continue reading

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we still like books

As you may or may not have noticed, we like books.  There are just so many lovely things to do with books. PayPhone Libraries If you have ever been to New York City then you’ve probably wondered what on earth … Continue reading

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SPL/IT

Last year we posted about Irina Werning’s Back to the Future project. Werning takes a childhood photo and puts you and whoever else is in the photo in the same clothes and the same space and retakes the photo. It’s … Continue reading

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paper art

We love crafting and one of the easiest, cheapest things to craft with is paper. There are a million different ways you can fold, cut, stick, and mould paper.  We came across some amazing artists who use paper as their … Continue reading

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a story for tomorrow

Journeys seem always to inspire even the most lost soul. They ask you where you were and where you want to be. They show you new places and new faces, but also new possibilities and new futures. They guide you to … Continue reading

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mikko kuorinki

Mikko Kuorinki was born in Rovaniemi, the official hometown of Santa Claus (um. wow.) and now lives and works in Helsinki. Her project, Wall Piece with 200 Letters, used removable letters on a white wall in the Kiasma museum in … Continue reading

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