Tokujin Yoshioka often transforms simple everyday objects into beautiful creations. This is apparent in his piece Tornado that he installed in Miami using 2 million plastic straws.
Installation artwork translates well to 2-d platforms such as tumblr because it encourages you to imagine how the space must look. So dedicate some time to observing this work slowly.
What do you think about Yoshioka’s installation?
Are you an impatient person who loves sports but hates waiting for results? A scientific study has shown that if you imagine exercising, you can actually gain a bit of strength without even trying! Here is a simple way to do this. And try to do some real exercise after this has motivated you because that is really the only way you’re going to get truly fit.
- Think of the part you want to exercise. If you can’t do five push ups, image them mentally. Think of the part you want to exercise. If you can’t do five push ups, image them mentally.
- Imagine the hardest thing you can do with that body part.
- Think about it hard for about 30 minutes.
- See results in around 6 weeks.
- Act on the results. Now you feel mentally more motivated, take the next step and book the gym membership and go.
Aries: Werewolves- also known as Lycans legend has it that they were a race of people who could purposely turn into larger-than-normal wolves, but some stories differ saying that it was a curse that turned a human into a half-man/half-wolf monster without his consent during a full moon.
Taurus: Dryads- also know as wood nymphs dryads were extremely beautiful and were literally the spirits of the trees. Legend has it that if the tree they were from died so would they. Love of nature, and an extremely strong tie to their home/roots nothing screams Taurus more.
Gemini: Fairies-Small magical creatures often depicted with butterfly, or insect wings. Are known to be small in stature and mischievous in nature. They cannot lie but they have been known to be very persuasive with their words.
Cancer: Sirens- Not to be confused with mermaids the original sirens had wings, but they lived by the sea. In some legends they were beautiful women who sang sailors to the rocks and drowned them, in other stories the sang them to the rocks to devour the sailors themselves.