Cross-border collaboration in Tokyo between @nynnobelair & @in_karin. Through Project Return World (PRW) We're spreading the word for cultural tolerance and understanding. With many terrible news around the world this year with shootings in Kenya, a massacre in Nigeria, bombs in Beirut and the attack in Paris (which are only segments of the pain caused around the world reported to us through the media), we can only keep uncovering the world with more connections, bro hugs and kanpai's of mutual respect.
Bigotry is the disease of ignorance, of morbid minds; enthusiasm of the free and buoyant. Education and free discussion are the antidotes of both... I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.
A sick hip hop track shared to us by Shing02. Lyrics inside.
Louis CK is probably the most hilarious and awesome man alive today.
A collaboration with photographers, artists and EVERYONE world-wide.
The idea of plants having intelligence is a contradiction to our world view, but at the same time it is deeply consistent with our theory of evolution. All life is branched out from the once centre, rippling..
You don't have to work in fashion to know how badly chlorine bleach damages your fabric. I'm sure a lot of people have bleached their favourite white garments, tried it on only to find that it's much..
When a song manages to rekindle our faith in humanity in just under four and a half minutes, that's something to talk about.
'Haru' (春) means 'spring' in Japanese. The nostalgic beauty of the season is remarkably captured in sonic expression by Christian Fennesz and Ryuichi Sakamoto.
Barry Underwood transforms natural landscapes into something surreal yet comfortably familiar.
A Scene at the Sea is a story about a hearing-impaired couple: a garbage collector who learns how to surf, and his girlfriend who supports him through his new found fondness for the waves.
Stumbled across this awesome nature-inspired tune on Beat Soup's Mixcloud.
Titan (the largest moon of Saturn) behind Saturn’s rings photographed by the Cassini spacecraft. The dark curve of Enceladus is visible at the bottom of the image.