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Deer In The Headlights

By • Apr 15th, 2014

A lot of the streets in the suburbs of San Francisco don’t have traffic lights. At night its hard for drivers to see the pedestrians walking. Just a week ago, a jogger was hit by a car for that reason. So we decided to send a message directly to the drivers so that they are cautious when driving. Hopefully, these spots will be recognized by the state to fix this problem.

Flower Pot “bob Marley”

By • Apr 14th, 2014

Facebook – Flower pots art

Swing

By • Apr 10th, 2014

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Currency World Map

By • Apr 8th, 2014

currency world map

19-year-old Distorts Photos Of His Conscious With Creek Water

By • Apr 2nd, 2014

Conscious is a surreal series by photographer Ryan James Caruthers that explores themes of memory through a hazy perspective. The 19-year-old’s dreamy collection of images offer an interpretive narrative within each frame that is a sentimental visual for Caruthers himself. He tells us, “The inspiration behind my Conscious series is my own stream of thoughts and memories. Each photograph is a representation of something that I have experienced or that has impacted my life. It’s a very nostalgic experience for me and each image is altered to convey this.”

The young photographer, who recently moved to New York to study and pursue a career in the arts, uses a visual technique that is very personal to him. Caruthers explains, “The images are all distorted using the water from the creek that runs through the forest near my house back in New Jersey. As a child I spent most of my time playing around in these woods and would hang out with friends and sometimes even swim in the creek growing up.

19-year-old Distorts Photos Of His Conscious With Creek Water

By • Apr 2nd, 2014

Conscious is a surreal series by photographer Ryan James Caruthers that explores themes of memory through a hazy perspective. The 19-year-old’s dreamy collection of images offer an interpretive narrative within each frame that is a sentimental visual for Caruthers himself. He tells us, “The inspiration behind my Conscious series is my own stream of thoughts and memories. Each photograph is a representation of something that I have experienced or that has impacted my life. It’s a very nostalgic experience for me and each image is altered to convey this.”

The young photographer, who recently moved to New York to study and pursue a career in the arts, uses a visual technique that is very personal to him. Caruthers explains, “The images are all distorted using the water from the creek that runs through the forest near my house back in New Jersey. As a child I spent most of my time playing around in these woods and would hang out with friends and sometimes even swim in the creek growing up.

“The image of the three picture frames on the wall is from the interior of my parent’s house. The framed images in the photograph are pictures of me, and two of my three brothers. I walked past this same display going up and down the steps of my house for many years so it’s very personal and was sort of routine. Since I am now not living at home it’s very strange to not see my family or even simple things like these three frames on the side wall of my staircase.”

10 Surreal Dreamscapes From Everyday Surroundings

By • Mar 31st, 2014

Artist Richard Smith creates surreal photomontages with photos from his surroundings and travels, with the idea that art is everywhere; we only have to notice.

Hotel Booking In Nepal

By • Mar 22nd, 2014

Nepal tour package – Book discount trekking tours, Nepal honeymoon packages, pilgrimage and adventure tours with Nepal Tourism

Astonishing Garden Landscapes Which Will Inspire You

By • Mar 20th, 2014

Having a garden of your own is a great blessing, but also a huge responsibility. Taking care of different kinds of plants is a little like taking care of children. They need they food and water, and attention in order to grow, and they need to be monitored regularly in order to grow properly. Also, picking the right plants and decorations for your garden is also a very important part of the whole experience. It all depends on the shape, size and location of your garden. The landscape of your garden is very important, because it defines the whole outlook of the place and the message you want to send the world through it. This is why you should be very careful when you choose one. Fortunately, you have many options to choose from. Here are a few astonishing garden landscapes, collected by this professional gardening team in Malvern (VIC), which will inspire you.

Grandfather Learns About “cockblocking”

By • Mar 19th, 2014

Ethan explains Cockblocking to his Grandfather.