Pluja of Links: March 2016

Imaginarium of Tears by Maurice Mikkers

Imaginarium of Tears by Maurice Mikkers

February has come and gone. Different from other years. More fun and bright. A short month that usually seems to be eternally long, a last hurdle before the warmer weather. This February has been mild, filled with fun projects and organizing life. It has been good. I can’t wait to see what March will bring. In the meantime, just a few links of the weird and wonderful to while away the hours.

I cry quite often, a way of letting off steam, so it was amazing to find the Imaginarium of Tears.

Love, love, love Bettina Güber’s work, so magical and mysterious.

You know how you cringe when you see most app games? The graphics and colours are lurid and frustrating. Few and far between are the interesting options, here you will find a slew of games for designers that won’t make your eyes bleed!

Really detailed pet portraits made from paper.

The New World” revisits anonymous places of the 20th century. It is set in a time characterized by the conflict of Modernist and Postmodernist convictions, its influence on later 20th century history, and ultimately, the world we live in today.” Absolutely beautiful photos.

The transparency of wearing your heart on your sleeve.

The comic-encyclopaedia exists! Focusing on history and science, this is so great, so brilliant. Check out the history of colour.

Moving images by Raphaëlle Martin.

A moving company that helps victims of abuse, free of charge. We need more of this!

Furniture to help you relax. Everyone should have a piece in their home.

Type in a year, any year, maybe the year you were born. You’ll be happy with the results.

Love this video, check out the rest of IIMUAHII, absolutely stunning.

Jiggling jelly for a poptastic fashion editorial.

A blurring and a softening, Samuel Zeller’s flower snaps are perfect.

Oh to be able to go to New York and see Fairy Tale Fashion.

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More weird and wonderful next month!

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