Justin Plunkett est un artiste designer et photographe basé à Cape Town. Dans sa série intitulée Con/struct, il utilise ses photographies qu’il mélange à l’art digital afin de créer des paysages urbains d’un genre très particulier tout droit sorti de son imaginaire. N’hésitez pas à faire un tour sur son portfolio pour en découvrir davantage […]
The New Librarian Collaborates! In the Library With a Lead Pipe, a blog authored by several librarians across the United States, explores new ideas and starts conversations with peer-reviewed articles intended to "help improve our communities, our libraries, and our professional organization."
Japanese watch manufacturer CITIZEN unveiled a stunning installation called LIGHT is TIME at Milan Design Week at the Triennale di Milano - consists of 80,000 main plates (the structural bases of watches) suspended from 4,200 metal threads hooked to the ceiling. designed by Tsuyoshi Tane (of DGT Architects) and CITIZEN's in-house design team
Up on the blog today is a review of one of my most anticipated books of 2017: Flame in the Mist! Ok one thing to get off my chest: I think calling it a "Mulan retelling" does a huge disservice to the amazing feudal Japan environment that Ahdieh created for us. The only "Mulan"-like things about the book are that 1) It's set in Asia 2) Mariko disguises herself as a boy. Please don't go into it expecting a Disney movie because I think that might take away from how truly beautiful the story is…
"My rapist doesn't know he's a rapist. You taught him it wasn't his fault." When society constantly tells women they are to blame for being raped because of what they were wearing/drinking/doing, rapists hear that message too...and don't think they're doing anything wrong.