Residents of Warsaw, Poland are breathing a little easier these days thanks to a new art installation that purifies the air.
We dove into the interwebs in search of some inspiration to expand our creativity; and what we found was pretty freakin’ awesome.
Human brains are wired to be curious. The part of our brain that fires up in response to pleasure and satisfaction, also responds to curiosity.
Question: What drives us? Humans search for happiness and personal growth. Answer: Flow state. You’ve heard of flow state before. It’s when you’re in the zone. When you’re working on something and you’re so deep that an hour feels like 5 minutes. Maybe you’ve felt this way on a trip with friends and the conversation […]
Self-care is a huge topic of conversation these days. Keeping a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, exercising…and making art?
The Pomodoro technique suggests splintering tasks into small intervals of 25 minutes of working and 5 minutes of break.
The Pomodoro technique involves intervals of work followed by short breaks. It’s also named after a tomato-shaped timer, but we’ll get to that later.
New research shows that movement may be the secret to creativity. According to Psychotherapist Dr. Bryan Robinson, regular exercise changes the molecular building blocks in our bodies and slows aging brain cells. “One year of exercise gives a seventy-year-old writer the brain connectivity of a thirty-year-old scribe,” he writes. He goes on to list additional […]
For the first time in its 174-year history, the Smithsonian Institution has released 2.8 million high-images from across its collections onto an open access online platform for the public to peruse and download, free of charge.
Scottish sculptor Andy Goldsworthy has created thousands of works of art in nature. Some of which no one has ever seen.