Scarves by Shovava
Posted on Sunday, September 14th 2014
How many times does the chorus repeat in your favorite song? How many times have you listened to that chorus? Repetition in music isn’t just a feature of Western pop songs, either; it’s a global phenomenon. Why? Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis walks us through the basic principles of the ‘exposure effect,’ detailing how repetition invites us into music as active participants, rather than passive listeners.
Selection of photos that capture famous landmarks from sunrise to sunset by Photographer Richard Silver
Posted on Friday, September 12th 2014
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Soleta zero energy tiny home
Soleta, the premium wood house intertwines the concept of comfort and cosiness with the functionality of a modern, ecological, elegant home.
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Car broke down in the Outback, managed to get this shot while waiting for the repair
Posted on Wednesday, September 10th 2014
Macro with Dandelions Dimitar Lazarov
Komorebi ‘light through the trees’ Umbrella
Komorebi is the Japanese word for that moment when sunlight passes through the gaps in trees. It’s a summers day experience, the kind of thing you’d see while lying under a big tree in a park, or wandering through a forest. This photorealistic Komorebi Umbrella (￥3,999Prices are approximate only and subject to change.
White Rabbit Express service fee and other costs not included.) by Fumito Kogure and Shinya Kaneko (working as ‘Design Complicity‘) was made to mimic that experience. The designers wanted to allow you to ‘carry the sunshine filtering through the trees,’ as you walk around town. But that’s only what it looks like to you, to everyone else you’ll look like a little tree with legs.
Posted on Monday, September 8th 2014