Monthly Archives: June 2006

The Theory of Colour in Science and Art

"According to basic colour theory, "Colour choices are subjective. Artists choose colours based on design, aesthetic or emotional responses." It is commonplace to make references to colour when referring to human behaviour, for example, ‘telling white lies’, and ‘caught red … Continue reading

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Angel’s Waffles from Fremantle, AustraliaBy Justinknol Chapata Dromedário, PortugalBy Zone41 “Food is our common ground,         a universal experience.” –  James BeardVisit Meal Moles @ FLICKRImages © 2006 by the photographers. All Rights Reserved. Used with permission.

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Find Your Dreams

" Brainstorm your dream by quickly answering hypothetical questions and examining the pattern they reveal. Answer the following questions honestly and quickly with the first thing that comes to your mind. What would you do with your life if…   … Continue reading

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Moleskinerie @ Lovemarks

"Hello little book. You are new. And empty. And powerful. You are a dream yet to be revealed. An adventure yet to be had. You are a friend yet to be made. A kiss yet to be tasted. You are … Continue reading

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" Yoropen is the best ergonomically designed pen in the world. Winner of numerous international awards in design, invention and innovation, the revolutionary Yoropen relieves the discomforts of writing. It’s features include finger support, adjustable grip and increased visibility. The … Continue reading

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Fixing my Moleskine

"I have a register that has mostly ripped out of the main binding. Its getting worse, but this book is only about 1/3 complete, so i’d like it to last awhile longer. Any suggestions for fixing it?" RevtranceJoin the discussion … Continue reading

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Featured Artist: Jane LaFazio

I’ve called myself ‘an artist’ since 1992. I’ve been doing it full time since 1998 (job layoff precipitated that career free fall). I describe myself as ‘an artist working with paper and with cloth’ since I’ve added art quilts to … Continue reading

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Paperitif Moment

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The Color Woad

"Dyer’s Woad, French Guède (supposed to be derived from Gaudum, now Gualdo, the name of a town in the Roman States, where it was extensively cultivated), was formerly much cultivated in Britain for the dye extracted from the leaves. It … Continue reading

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Brenda Schmidt

"A fine poet gave…me a moleskine a short while ago. It came in the mail, alone in a package, not a word of explanation to be found. I suspect it’s a way of telling me to get to work. I’ve … Continue reading

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