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Look! Beautifully Organized Inspiration Board(s)

Clipboards to display project documentation and/or children's work. Especially practically for documentation that is "in process!"

Angela Strassheim. I liked this images because i knew i'd be able to recreate/appropriate it for the share house assignment. I love it gives us an insight in the individuals life on a scale that wouldn't be able to reach from looking/talking to her. The way her clothes are placed in a colour order tells us so much. Is she OCD or does she just like order. I hope to document the obscure like this and give the audience an insight in each of my housemates lives.

10 Ways to Increase the Dopamine In Your Brain

You can effectively improve your motivation, focus and mood by taking natural steps to increase the dopamine levels in your brain.

Blooms of Butterflies Wings

Mimesis is an ongoing series gathering photomontages of Parisian photographer Seb Janiak. These images represent wings of insects and especially butterflies that bloom like flowers’ petals. He finds these rare specimens in antique stores or taxidermy shops. He retouches them afterthat in order to make flowers similar to the Rorschach test.

How to Stop Regretting Decisions - After a lifetime of hand-copying ancient texts, an elderly monk became abbot of his monastery. Realizing that for centuries his order had been making copies of copies, he decided to examine some of the monastery’s original documents. Days later, the other monks found him in the cellar, weeping over a crumbling manuscript and moaning, “It says ‘celebrate,’ not ‘celibate!’”