I laugh nonstop, ignore the bad and enjoy appreciating what artists, designers and writers to make us change.

 

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In Toluca, Mexico, artist Leopoldo Flores began to elaborate with beautiful stained glass. This art nouveau styled space holds a secret garden space inside, shielding the greenhouse style interior from harsh weather and creating a home for around 500 different plants.

What was once an old market place has now become ‘Cosmovitral’ (the combination of cosmos and glass in Spanish), and the old open roof space is now home to an aerial stained glass view. Hues that incorporate the elements such as earth, air, water and fire are all intertwined and at night the views become all the more stunning. Different motifs and stories are encapsulated by the building, with human figures, animals and abstract designs covering a huge portion of this building. Via: Design Taxi

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Sanctuary of Truth, Pattaya, Thailand

Construction began 1981; may be complete by 2025

Inspired by Angkor Wat, the Sanctuary of Truth is a fusion of Hindu and Buddhist traditions. Hard-carved wooden figures adorn every visible surface.

http://99boomerangs.com/2012/12/18/the-sanctuary-of-truth/

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SPOTLIGHT: Desire Obtain Cherish

LA-based artist Desire Obtain Cherish (DOC), aka Jonathan Paul, was born in 1975 in Salinas, California. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) at Parson’s School of Design. 

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The Mondrian/Pollock has to be one of my favorite artworks so far. 

Las palabras no expresan bien los pensamientos: en cuanto se pronuncia algo, ya cambia un poquito, se distorsiona, pierde sentido. Y también esto es bueno y me parece justo, que la sabiduría y tesoro de una persona parezca necedad y locura a la otra.

Hermann Hesse - “Siddartha” (via delirium-cordia)