MyEDOL


My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

About Me

This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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The Last 5 Months

Some of you who have followed this blog for a long time may remember me talking about my Dad being diagnosed with terminal cancer during my final year of university. This blog has always been relatively private and not often does my personal life spill over in to the tumblrsphere. However, I made an exception because I know it’s something a lot of people go through, and to be honest, I was looking for advice.

He was diagnosed well over a year and a half ago, and at the time, doctors said he had 6 - 9 months left. He battled for longer than anyone expected, but over the last 5 months he got progressively worse. The last few weeks he deteriorated rapidly, and unfortunately he passed away on September 2nd.

Obviously I’ve had mixed emotions about the whole thing. It’s been rather surreal and I don’t think it’s fully sunk in yet. Growing up I didn’t see my Dad too often and I got used to not seeing him for months at a time. I guess that’s how I feel now. Deep down I know he’s gone and I’m truly upset, but I still feel as if I’m going to see him again, and I’m not talking in a religious sense.

His spirit was always high until the end. Always making witty sarcastic comments, making the people around him laugh, and he maintained his habit of planning everything when he organised his own funeral.

His determination has become the catalyst I’ve needed to change my life. Over the last 5 months I’ve dramatically altered how I live, and unfortunately tumblr was something that needed cutting. I’d spend hours upon hours sifting through websites for content, and I’d meticulously construct posts that reflected my interests and were as near to perfect as I could create.

I’m now using that time to focus on bettering myself as well as maintaining relationships with family and friends. Instead of spending hours constructing posts, I’m spending hours reconstructing myself from the ground up. I’ve ditched the student lifestyle and I’ve become more driven than I’ve ever been.

I’ve changed a lot in the last 5 months. I’ve altered my diet, and I’ve cut out a lot of foods. I’ve started going to the gym every day, and I’m trying to become the best version of myself. I’ve lost 20kg in unnecessary weight, which is over 40lbs. I’ve had lasik eye surgery, so I have no excuses. I’ve changed how I dress and how I represent myself. I’ve changed my sleeping pattern and I’ve finally got a job that I’m actively using as a stepping stone rather than viewing it as “just another job”.

Oddly, I’d say I’m actually rather happy. I feel great and I’m grateful for a lot of the things I took for granted not long ago. I’m also happy my Dad got to see all this before he passed away, and this is just the beginning.

I may return to regularly posting in the future, but if this is the end, I’m glad this blog was able to amass a rather large following and I’m proud of every single thing I posted here and I feel it fully represents me. I will not be deleting MyEDOL, and I do login from time to time to check messages, but other than that, I’m content.

I genuinely wish you all the best, and I hope you emerge from the other side a better person. It does get better.


- Jimmy

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How Much Food Can You Buy For $5 Around The World?

This is a cool little video by BuzzFeed that show’s how much food $5 can get you in various countries. They say “around the world” but it’s really only a hand full of countries, but still, it’s nice know that beer is incredibly cheap in China.

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Street Art by Roa
Found on Curtain Road in London this work dates back to 2009, however I’ve never seen it before and thought it was magnificent. By playing with perception, Roa is able to display the circulatory system of the rabbit and as you walk down the street you see it’s physical appearance as you look back, or vice versa.

Artists: | Tumblr | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Street Art by Roa
Found on Curtain Road in London this work dates back to 2009, however I’ve never seen it before and thought it was magnificent. By playing with perception, Roa is able to display the circulatory system of the rabbit and as you walk down the street you see it’s physical appearance as you look back, or vice versa.

Artists: | Tumblr | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Street Art by Roa
Found on Curtain Road in London this work dates back to 2009, however I’ve never seen it before and thought it was magnificent. By playing with perception, Roa is able to display the circulatory system of the rabbit and as you walk down the street you see it’s physical appearance as you look back, or vice versa.

Artists: | Tumblr | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Street Art by Roa

Found on Curtain Road in London this work dates back to 2009, however I’ve never seen it before and thought it was magnificent. By playing with perception, Roa is able to display the circulatory system of the rabbit and as you walk down the street you see it’s physical appearance as you look back, or vice versa.

Artists: | Tumblr | [via: Journal Du Design]

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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia

At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below.

"My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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I Let Myself Drain (Dwarf) by Jan Fabre
I definitely feel like this whenever I see work that I truly admire.
"А life-size wax sculpture of a man, rammed into a painting made by a great Serbian artist. The sculpture is Fabre’s alter ego: an artist in the role of a martyr. Defeated by his ancestors, the alter ego accepts the fact that he will never be equal to the grand masters of the past, and will never experience their fame.”

Artists: | Website | [via: Quiet Lunch & Oktobarskisalon]
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I Let Myself Drain (Dwarf) by Jan Fabre
I definitely feel like this whenever I see work that I truly admire.
"А life-size wax sculpture of a man, rammed into a painting made by a great Serbian artist. The sculpture is Fabre’s alter ego: an artist in the role of a martyr. Defeated by his ancestors, the alter ego accepts the fact that he will never be equal to the grand masters of the past, and will never experience their fame.”

Artists: | Website | [via: Quiet Lunch & Oktobarskisalon]
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I Let Myself Drain (Dwarf) by Jan Fabre
I definitely feel like this whenever I see work that I truly admire.
"А life-size wax sculpture of a man, rammed into a painting made by a great Serbian artist. The sculpture is Fabre’s alter ego: an artist in the role of a martyr. Defeated by his ancestors, the alter ego accepts the fact that he will never be equal to the grand masters of the past, and will never experience their fame.”

Artists: | Website | [via: Quiet Lunch & Oktobarskisalon]
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I Let Myself Drain (Dwarf) by Jan Fabre
I definitely feel like this whenever I see work that I truly admire.
"А life-size wax sculpture of a man, rammed into a painting made by a great Serbian artist. The sculpture is Fabre’s alter ego: an artist in the role of a martyr. Defeated by his ancestors, the alter ego accepts the fact that he will never be equal to the grand masters of the past, and will never experience their fame.”

Artists: | Website | [via: Quiet Lunch & Oktobarskisalon]
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I Let Myself Drain (Dwarf) by Jan Fabre

I definitely feel like this whenever I see work that I truly admire.

"А life-size wax sculpture of a man, rammed into a painting made by a great Serbian artist. The sculpture is Fabre’s alter ego: an artist in the role of a martyr. Defeated by his ancestors, the alter ego accepts the fact that he will never be equal to the grand masters of the past, and will never experience their fame.”

Artists: | Website | [via: Quiet Lunch & Oktobarskisalon]

Wood Watches by Slim Timber
You may be aware of Slim Timber and their wooden wallets, well now they are venturing into the world of watches. The water resistent watch, appropriately named The Slab, is made out of repurposed skateboard decks or stabilised maple wood, and is powered by kinetic movement, which means you never have to worry about batteries. They are currently looking for pledges on Kickstarter to fund the project, and I’ve embedded a nice video below to give you a bit more information about the watches, which is definitely worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kickstarter | 

Watch:
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Wood Watches by Slim Timber
You may be aware of Slim Timber and their wooden wallets, well now they are venturing into the world of watches. The water resistent watch, appropriately named The Slab, is made out of repurposed skateboard decks or stabilised maple wood, and is powered by kinetic movement, which means you never have to worry about batteries. They are currently looking for pledges on Kickstarter to fund the project, and I’ve embedded a nice video below to give you a bit more information about the watches, which is definitely worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kickstarter | 

Watch:
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Wood Watches by Slim Timber
You may be aware of Slim Timber and their wooden wallets, well now they are venturing into the world of watches. The water resistent watch, appropriately named The Slab, is made out of repurposed skateboard decks or stabilised maple wood, and is powered by kinetic movement, which means you never have to worry about batteries. They are currently looking for pledges on Kickstarter to fund the project, and I’ve embedded a nice video below to give you a bit more information about the watches, which is definitely worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kickstarter | 

Watch:
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Wood Watches by Slim Timber
You may be aware of Slim Timber and their wooden wallets, well now they are venturing into the world of watches. The water resistent watch, appropriately named The Slab, is made out of repurposed skateboard decks or stabilised maple wood, and is powered by kinetic movement, which means you never have to worry about batteries. They are currently looking for pledges on Kickstarter to fund the project, and I’ve embedded a nice video below to give you a bit more information about the watches, which is definitely worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kickstarter | 

Watch:
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Wood Watches by Slim Timber

You may be aware of Slim Timber and their wooden wallets, well now they are venturing into the world of watches. The water resistent watch, appropriately named The Slab, is made out of repurposed skateboard decks or stabilised maple wood, and is powered by kinetic movement, which means you never have to worry about batteries. They are currently looking for pledges on Kickstarter to fund the project, and I’ve embedded a nice video below to give you a bit more information about the watches, which is definitely worth checking out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Kickstarter

Watch:

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The Guide

Young Fathers

The Guide

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The Guide by Young Fathers

Like most of the music I listen to, I was introduced to this Scottish alternative hip-hop group by the internet’s busiest music nerd, aka Anthony Fantanoway back in 2011 when their debut EP Tape One was released. Last year they were signed to Anticon Records and they re-released Tape One last January in various formats, including cassette tape, which is nice. I hoping that they release an album this year now that they have a label backing them, so fingers crossed for that.

Artists: | Website | Soundcloud | Twitter | Facebook |


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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith

These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]

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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

Watch:
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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

Watch:
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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

Watch:
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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)

These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

Watch:

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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei

Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

Watch:
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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo

By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Calvin and Hobbes Bedroom by Pellari
As a 90’s child myself I would have loved to have had this room growing up, in fact I’d love to have this Calvin and Hobbes mural on my wall right now. Growing up Calvin and Hobbes were a fond memory for me, and something I always associate with my elder sister because she loved them more than me. Hopefully your inner child will enjoy this as much as mine did.

Artists: | Reddit | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Calvin and Hobbes Bedroom by Pellari
As a 90’s child myself I would have loved to have had this room growing up, in fact I’d love to have this Calvin and Hobbes mural on my wall right now. Growing up Calvin and Hobbes were a fond memory for me, and something I always associate with my elder sister because she loved them more than me. Hopefully your inner child will enjoy this as much as mine did.

Artists: | Reddit | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Calvin and Hobbes Bedroom by Pellari

As a 90’s child myself I would have loved to have had this room growing up, in fact I’d love to have this Calvin and Hobbes mural on my wall right now. Growing up Calvin and Hobbes were a fond memory for me, and something I always associate with my elder sister because she loved them more than me. Hopefully your inner child will enjoy this as much as mine did.

Artists: | Reddit | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 

This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo[via: Laughing Squid]

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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal
This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]
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Zoo Portraits by Yago Partal

This wildly entertaining series comes courtesy of Yago Partal who dresses up zoo animals in snazzy attire. The entire series is really well done and a lot of the outfits match the critters characteristics perfectly. You can order prints of your favourite fashionable animal over at his tumblr page which is linked below.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Visual News]

(Source: myedol.com)

Aurora Borealis Timelapse by Göran Strand
When a solar flare occurred on March 15th of this year the solar winds hit earth and created a mesmerising cosmic light display over Sweden, known as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Using 2464 raw images Göran Strand was able to capture the event and created this magnificent time lapse. I’ve embedded the video below and I highly recommend taking a moment out of your day to chill out and watch.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube |

Must Watch:
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Aurora Borealis Timelapse by Göran Strand
When a solar flare occurred on March 15th of this year the solar winds hit earth and created a mesmerising cosmic light display over Sweden, known as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Using 2464 raw images Göran Strand was able to capture the event and created this magnificent time lapse. I’ve embedded the video below and I highly recommend taking a moment out of your day to chill out and watch.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube |

Must Watch:
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Aurora Borealis Timelapse by Göran Strand

When a solar flare occurred on March 15th of this year the solar winds hit earth and created a mesmerising cosmic light display over Sweden, known as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Using 2464 raw images Göran Strand was able to capture the event and created this magnificent time lapse. I’ve embedded the video below and I highly recommend taking a moment out of your day to chill out and watch.

Artists: | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube |

Must Watch:

(Source: myedol.com)

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