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SPOTLIGHT: 3D Sand Art by Jamie Harkins

Sometimes all you need to create magic are a few sticks, a bit of talent and a beach. When he’s not making music or painting, New Zealander Jamie Harkins is drawing fantastic 3D illusions in the sand with the help of his friends. 

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Awesome 3-D work on a beach

photojojo:

Cartoonist Marty Cooper adds *character* to his photos and videos by doodling silly creatures onto see-through plastic and holding them between his camera and the real world.

Just grab some plastic, white out and sharpie to add anything you want to a photo. No photoshop skillz required (but some real drawing chops wouldn’t hurt).

See His Full Collection of Photos + Doodles

(via Laughing Squid)

theclearlydope:

WORTH SEEING: This Bat Dad video is one other best things I’ve seen in months. You should watch it and improve your day. 

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Awesome! Bat dad!

futurejournalismproject:

The Times’ Sports Page is Blank and Filled with Irony
In case you haven’t heard, there will be no inductees to the baseball hall of fame this year (the organization wants to distance itself from the steroid era players.) To reflect this, the New York Times’ sports department published a largely empty cover today.
But it wasn’t completely empty. From a few feet away, a passerby might notice a single line at the bottom.
Sports Art Director Wayne Kamidoi told Poynter what it says:


Ultimately, some of the marquee names of The Steroids Era were rendered in agate-size type, a mere footnote in baseball history, at the bottom of the package.


FJP: Powerful.

Empty space = standout, nice.

futurejournalismproject:

The Times’ Sports Page is Blank and Filled with Irony

In case you haven’t heard, there will be no inductees to the baseball hall of fame this year (the organization wants to distance itself from the steroid era players.) To reflect this, the New York Times’ sports department published a largely empty cover today.

But it wasn’t completely empty. From a few feet away, a passerby might notice a single line at the bottom.

Sports Art Director Wayne Kamidoi told Poynter what it says:

Ultimately, some of the marquee names of The Steroids Era were rendered in agate-size type, a mere footnote in baseball history, at the bottom of the package.

FJP: Powerful.

Empty space = standout, nice.

Sunset Hong kong

Sunset Hong kong

On way to squash. Inspirational hk skyline, the dark side.  (Taken with Instagram)

On way to squash. Inspirational hk skyline, the dark side. (Taken with Instagram)

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