Thursday, November 20, 2014

Tattoo Enthusiast Or Not...You'll Love It!

The use of tattoos is recorded to have begun thousands of years ago and its history is as varied, colorful and diverse as the people who carry them! Since then a lot have changed. Nowadays Tattoos are more popular than ever, and, whatever your opinion of that, you have to admit it's brought about some amazing art. Thanks to technological advances, artists can do more with tattooing than ever before, using more vibrant colors and branching into a variety of styles and aesthetics. And of course those advances also makes tattoos safer and more hygienic.

Sasha Unisex, an amazing tattoo artist, illustrator and painter from Saint Petersburg, Russia, who drew all eyes with her watercolor-like minimalistic tattoos. The geometric style she approaches in her works, the way she manipulates contrasting colors to make a design appear three-dimensional and the vibrant inks she uses – which are limited to blues, purples, blues, and greens – set her apart from other tattoo artists.
Sasha Unisex creates beautiful watercolor paintings and skillfully translates them into vibrant, geometric tattoos, resulting in a distinct painterly style of tattoing, fresh and new to the eyes. Different from the old school traditional style that we’ve gotten used to, her style gives emphasis to geometric shapes and shading with minimal to no outlines at all.

She graduated from St Lviv National Academy of Arts back in 2010 and now owns it with her distinct painterly style of tattooing. Her tattoo works are now trending all over the web, and candy-colored fanatics who are into colorful & subtle tattoos are in for a treat! It’s her composition techniques & application that fascinates! Care for a short trip?

Sources: Sasha Unisex, Viralnova

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You Won't Believe Why This Toddler Bursts Into Tears! So Touching!

Two-year-old Reagan is one of the most compassionate toddler you've ever seen...Watching a sad movie some of us, have burst into tears or the tough ones may have shed just one. Unfortunately as we grow up we suppress all those emotions that may make us look vulnerable...however this adorable blonde toddler proves us that showing your emotions can be so sweet!

When it comes to sad movies, two-year-old Raegan can’t hold back her emotions. Recently while she was watching “Chipmunk Adventure,” this toddler became overwhelmed with emotion by the storyline, as the the Chipettes care for a baby penguin who got separated from its mother.
In response to the cartoon, the little girl cries tears of empathy, and when the baby is reunited with its mother, she cries tears of happiness and lets out a sigh of relief.
According to Raegan’s father, the toddler, who lives in Aurora, CO, often cries at emotional scenes in her favorite cartoons.
The toddler's dad, YouTuber Travis Lupher, posted this video of his daughter getting emotional back in September, and it has gone viral this week.

"When I noticed my young daughter getting emotionally absorbed in the cartoon she was watching, I set up a camera to record her. And the results are just adorable," Lupher wrote on YouTube.

Ok, this movie may not be the saddest, however is a touching one and this child really gets the the end always comes the catharsis!

Credits: tlupher3

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Years After His Death Still Inspires For The Most Innovating Things! Fantastic!

In the Dutch town of Eindhoven, artist Daan Roosegaarde has paid homage to its most famous resident, Vincent Van Gogh, by creating a glowing bike path that relies on solar-powered LED lights and interprets his classic painting Starry Night.
The opening of the cycle path marks the start of the Van Gogh 2015 international theme year. In 2015, the 125th anniversary of the death of Vincent van Gogh (Zundert, 30 March 1853 – Auvers-sur-Oise, 29 July 1890) will be commemorated with a comprehensive cultural programme on the theme: 125 years of inspiration.
The kilometer-long bike path, which was created using both glow-in-the-dark technology and solar-powered LEDs, is located in Brabant, the Dutch county where Van Gogh was born and raised. The swirling, glowing forms on the path’s surface will help bicyclists stay on track when they ride at night.
The Opwettense and Colse watermills featured in his paintings will now be connected via the new cycle path; bridging the gap between contemporary design, innovation, cultural heritage and tourism in Brabant.
Amazing inspiration...let's hope that this stunning and pioneering design will make other governments to think about saving energy!

Photos: Studio Roosegaarde
Sources: Twistedsifter, Dezeen, Studio Roosegaarde

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A Tiny Miracle Is About To Hit The Road! Brilliant!

For people in wheelchairs, finding convenient ways to get around is a huge obstacle. But Kenguru, a new electric car manufactured in the U.S., promises to give disabled people some much-needed independence.
Called Kenguru, the Hungarian name for Kangaroo and so called because it cuddles you like a pouch, the car will be only slightly bigger than a wheelchair and aims to give its driver greater freedom.

The Kenguru measures 7 feet long and 5 feet high, making it smaller than a Smart Car. It has no seats -- drivers simply roll a wheelchair in from a pop-up back door.
After strapping in, the drivers are now in perfect position to start driving, with well-designed platform catered to their needs.
Here's a closer look at the inside of the Kenguru. You can see here how the functionality of the car is centralized to hand-accessible areas.

Check out this white Kenguru hitting the road.
Designed for use on local roads, the vehicle goes up to 25 miles per hour, with an estimated range of 60 miles. The Kenguru will cost about $25,000, but green energy and mobility tax incentives can bring that price down for qualified buyers. Last month, the company announced Kenguru is finally going into production in the U.S. Interested buyers can reserve one online, and the first cars are expected to be ready in 12 to 18 months.
More than three million Americans can celebrate when they hear this story. Made in the USA but in demand worldwide, the Kenguru—promises mobility-challenged people unprecedented access to the everyday world the rest of us take for granted! It is really amazing to watch such efforts ending with the best way for people in great need! I hope we'll see many Kengurus on the streets in the future!

Sources: Omgfacts, Kenguru Transporter

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Monday, November 17, 2014

The Most Sweet Buzzing IN An Operating Room! So Adorable!

According to the typical procedure of a labor seconds after a baby is born, the nurses lay the baby to its mother's arms for a few moments, as she was the a one carrying it and her smell and voice are the only things familiar in this rather strange new environment for a newborn.
However this procedure doesn't last long as both the baby and the mother need treatment. So after spending their first moments together they have to be separated for a while...but in this case things didn't follow this particular procedure on schedule!
The newborn, who evidently found the transition into life outside of the womb a bit of a rude shock, refused to let go of its mum after it was delivered by caesarian section and presented to its mother for skin-to-skin contact.

When the nurse tries to take the baby away to clean it, the baby wails and will not stop until it is returned to its mum.
Seeing a just-born newborn baby cling to its mother is a beautiful thing! What a beautiful display of how attached babies are to their mothers immediately after birth. I really hope their bond lasts for ever! Congrats!

Credits: promise travelers

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Sunday, November 16, 2014

It Lasts Only A Few Minutes...But They Are Enough To Shine Their Glory! Extraordinary!

The Anthem Veterans Memorial, located in Anthem, AZ, is a monument dedicated to honor the service and sacrifice of USA's armed forces. This pillar of pride provides a place of honor and reflection for veterans, their family and friends, and those who desire to show their respects to those service men and women who have and continue to courageously serve this county.
The five marble pillars represent the five branches of the United States military. They are staggered in size (from 17 ft to 6 ft) and ordered in accordance with the Department of Defense prescribed precedence, ranging from the United States Army, the United States Marine Corps, the United States Navy, the United States Air Force and the United States Coast Guard.
They are staggered in size with their appropriate military seal placements on each pillar based upon the Department of Defense prescribed precedence.
Additionally, the brick pavers within the Circle of Honor are inscribed with the names of over 750 U.S. servicemen and women, symbolizing the ‘support’ for the Armed Forces. The pavers are red, the pillars are white, and the sky is blue to represent America’s flag. The circle represents an unbreakable border...
While the memorial has many elements seen in other memorials around the country, they are arranged in a very unique way. Local artist Renee Palmer-Jones, along with civil engineer Jim Martin, created a design that would ensure Veterans Day will be marked each year with the help of the sun.

At precisely 11:11 a.m. each Veterans Day (Nov. 11), the sun's rays pass through the ellipses of the five Armed Services pillars to form a perfect solar spotlight over a mosaic of The Great Seal of the United States.

Veterans Day is an official United States holiday that honors people who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, also known as veterans. It is a federal holiday that is observed on November 11. It coincides with other holidays such as Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, which are celebrated in other parts of the world and also mark the anniversary of the end of World War I (major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, when the Armistice with Germany went into effect).

The United States also originally observed Armistice Day; it then evolved into the current Veterans Day holiday in 1954. Veterans Day is not to be confused with Memorial Day; Veterans Day celebrates the service of all U.S. military veterans, while Memorial Day is a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving.

Dedicated to those heroes and heroines who gave their lives, may the Sun always shine at this exact moment every year, as these will be remembered by all of us!

Sources: Twistedsifter, Anthem Community Council, Arizona Tourisms: Anthem Veterans Memorial, Mike Spinelli, Wikipedia

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