These painted sculptures by lili scratchy would be nice friends to have around the house.
What’s in your brain right now?
This is the scribble sheet! It’s a sort of visual interview, and it’s been attacked by hundreds of scribblers from all around the world. But still no two ever finish up the same!
Click on the participate link to learn how to send in your submission!
I love this video. “Home is wherever I am with you.”
Home by Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros
The best staircase, ever…or at least the most fun.
Spiral Staircase Slide, Indianapolis, Indiana
Ever wonder what black-bellied in Japanese referred to? Or little white face in Mandarin? What if someone has a blue head in Hebrew, or if they ate the green and the dry in Arabic? Are you, as the Greek saying goes, one that holds a red sheet in front of a bull? Or maybe you are yellow around the mouth in Bulgarian terms. See why it can be sweet to give someone the blue from the sky (Czech) but maybe not spend to much time thinking about blue almonds (Polish). Learn all of these color idioms and hundreds more that have all been collected from thirty-eight languages in Alan Kennedy’s chart: Color Idioms in Different Languages.