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    18 Wisdom-Filled Tips For Creativity From the Artist Mœbius (1996)

    Jean Henri Gaston Giraud, aka: Mœbius, was a French artist, cartoonist and writer who worked in the Franco-Belgian bandes dessinées tradition. Mœbius contributed storyboards and concept designs to numerous science fiction/fantasy films, such as Alien, Tron, and The Abyss. In 2004, Moebius and Jodorowsky sued director Luc Besson for using The Incal as inspiration for Fifth Element, but they lost the lawsuit. Mœbius’ work has been ...

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  • Imagination

    Himalayan Bees Make Psychedelic Honey

    Locals in China, India, and Nepal risk their lives to obtain the golden liquid that drips from very particular hives deep in the Himalayan forest. This honey is so precious it is called ‘mad honey’ for its interesting properties, coveted the world over. Honey from the Himalayan cliff bee (Apis dorsata laboriosa) results when the largest bee in the world (just over ...

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  • Imagination

    How to Create a Sigil to Manifest Your Deepest Desires

    “Words are not the truth; they indicate the way to go, but you need to go alone, in silence. Symbols have a language that kills the words.” – Alejandro Jodorowsky A sigil is a symbol used in magical rituals as a means of manifesting a specific outcome by “imprinting” desire into form, in order for that desire to become manifest in the ...

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  • Art

    Gorgeous Tables Made From Crystal and Glass

    Art comes in many different forms and shapes, but rarely does art and nature come together to both creatively decorate your home, as well as serve as magnificent and unique eye catching tables! Citrine Tables by Empressive Geo Designs and Touchstone Galleries The Sparkling Table by John Foster (Below) Below we have the Abyss Table by Duffy London Moon Table by Liana Yaroslavsky (Below) ...

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    10 of the Trippiest Social Media Feeds

    The internet…a humbling matrix of data and world-wide connection that allows us access to (almost) anything we can dream of. There’s a wealth of information at our fingertips, and within this living library our awareness of the universe has the potential to expand as far as we wish. But, in the process of expanding our awareness, the internet also has a plethora ...

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  • Imagination

    Are Clichés a Memetic Fractal Pattern?

    “In the mind’s eye, a fractal is a way of seeing infinity.” — James Gleick Artist/musician Hiérophante created a perspective-shifting music video/animation called “Clichés”, which is a collage of the common clichés that occur in the digital world. Hiérophante describes the project by saying… “I took advantage of our tendency to be unoriginal on social media to make this animation. Everything from images search ...

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  • Art

    Cambodian Spirits Projected on Trees Awaken the Night

    Cambodian Trees is a creative light projection project by French artist Clément Briend that overlays trees with sculptural images of spirits and deities that are highly regarded in Cambodian culture. It’s a beautiful surprise when the projected spirits awaken and reveal themselves at night as though they are made of the towering trees themselves. The photographic light installations echo the spirituality of ...

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    Experience the Hallucinations of a Schizophrenic Through Art

    Schizophrenia is an intense and unforgiving mental disorder whose symptoms can include everything from abnormal social behaviors, to hearing voices, and not knowing what’s real. It often accompanies other, less severe mental conditions like depression and anxiety. Needless to say, the sum of these disorders can be hard to deal with. 50 percent of those diagnosed with schizophrenia also struggle with substance ...

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  • Film

    6 Must See Adult Fairy Tales

    Fairy tales are defined, according to Jens Tismar, as stories that differ “from an oral folk tale”; and are written by “a single identifiable author” – characterized as “simple and anonymous”, existing in a mutable and difficult to define genre. These stories exist within our Akashic records, and surface in different articulations through various mediums. Whether the stories are permutations of myth into ...

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