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sosuperawesome: Amigurumi Curlie Dolls and DIY Patterns, by...

sosuperawesome : Amigurumi Curlie Dolls and DIY Patterns , by Kristina Turner on Etsy See our ‘DIY’ tag

Reimagined Vintage Photography by Julie CockburnJulie Cockburn... crss

Reimagined Vintage Photography by Julie Cockburn Julie Cockburn is an English artist who hand embroiders on vintage photos. Her work reframes the typical posed portraits with geometically stitched shapes.  Thanks to Plain.  See more of Julie’s work on her website . Don’t miss any new art - follow us on Twitter , Instagram and Facebook . Posted by Lisa . crss

Reimagined Vintage Photography by Julie CockburnJulie Cockburn...

Reimagined Vintage Photography by Julie Cockburn Julie Cockburn is an English artist who hand embroiders on vintage photos. Her work reframes the typical posed portraits with geometically stitched shapes.  Thanks to Plain.  See more of Julie’s work on her website . Don’t miss any new art - follow us on Twitter , Instagram and Facebook . Posted by Lisa .

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itscolossal: WATCH: Wiggly Noodle People Appear to Disintegrate... crss

itscolossal : WATCH:  Wiggly Noodle People Appear to Disintegrate in a Bizarre New Animation by Ari Weinkle  [video] Boston-based digital artist and designer Ari Weinkle reflects on the physical effects of negative emotions in a new experimental video that shows human forms imploding, melting, morphing, and disappearing. crss

itscolossal: WATCH: Wiggly Noodle People Appear to Disintegrate...

itscolossal : WATCH:  Wiggly Noodle People Appear to Disintegrate in a Bizarre New Animation by Ari Weinkle  [video] Boston-based digital artist and designer Ari Weinkle reflects on the physical effects of negative emotions in a new experimental video that shows human forms imploding, melting, morphing, and disappearing.

The Only Way to Remember Everything You Have Read

Our brains aren’t made to remember everything that we encounter. Unless you’re one of the rare individuals who has a photographic memory, it’s likely that details about the content you consume fade quickly. How often do you recall reading an article, but forgetting what it’s about? Have you ever recognized a movie title but failed to remember the plot? If you frequently forget the things you’ve read and the movies you’ve watched, you aren’t alone. Think about what you had for lunch yesterday or what you did last weekend. Those memories are probably blurry because they aren’t critical for your survival. Our brains have about 8 GB of capacity for immediate recall, and only the most essential information will make the cut. This can leave us with a blurred picture of nonessential information. Learn more about this in my other article:  You’ve Been Using Your Brain Wrong: Human Brains Aren’t Designed to Remember Things The human brain is not designed to help you handle with massive amou