Posts Tagged ‘colorful’
I was able to experience Architects of Air this week. After buying my ticket I was a bit leary of entering because I am very claustrophobic. I waited in line and when I reached the entrance we all were required to take off our shoes. I’m happy I wore socks because I’m a bit of a germaphobe, too.
Upon entering the weird pod world, every reservation that I may have had about being inside a large blowup structure disappeared. The amazing colors and odd shapes of the interior put me in a strange state of mind. I felt like it was a cross between Logan’s Run and a land that Dr. Suess created. The mysterious music put me in a mello mood.
As I walked around, I kept getting lost in the chambers of amazing blended colors and graphic lines. I sat/lied down as many of my other fellow aesthetes were doing. I looked up and I was consumed in color and sound. I really enjoyed my experience in this maze of subtle hues and tunnels of vibrant colors.
Braunschweig’s “Happy Rizzi House.”
We need more childlike fun in the world.
James Rizzi (October 5, 1950 – December 26, 2011) was an American pop artist who was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Until his recent death he resided and worked in a studio/loft in the SoHo section of Manhattan.
This is a workup of the new QR code. It is going on a t-shirt.
The logo’s color is a bit off but that will be corrected in the printer.
The logo will go in the front of the shirt and the QR code will be large and on the back of the shirt. This will also go on the new business cards.
The QR code will scan to Colortude’s homepage.
Colored Pencils A simple idea makes a really cutting edge design. 500 colored pencils on a wall creates a work of art. Clean, avant-garde, stylish, creative and best of all simple.
I would do this except I could not resist using the pencils for artwork thus altering the original work of art.
Love to do this to my office.
|RED & GREEN DEVILED EGGS
Really Quick and Easy.
First I start with peeled hard boiled eggs.
You can buy them already boiled and peeled in the grocery store. I tried this but the eggs seem to be a little less rubbery when boiled yourself.
Cut the eggs in halves and put yolks in a bowl
Put the egg halves into the colored water.I did not measure any of the color.
I used food coloring, cold water and a little vinegar in a bowl.
While the eggs are soaking in color, Mix up your filling.
I’m in Texas so these are a few of the base ingredients I use. Again, I didn’t measure anything.You can add whatever you like to the egg yolks to make it taste good. Be careful about making the mixture too wet.
About the time my filling was ready so were the color on the egg whites. I fished them out with a spoon and placed them bottom side up on a few paper towels. After they dried a bit I put them on a plate and filled them.It is best to use an actual deviled egg plate – I could not find mine. After only 20 minutes in the fridge, the places where the red and green sides touched the color transfered and made a dark mark.
Sooo…Thats all there is too it.
Make colorful popcorn for the holidays.
- 12 cups popped popcorn
- 1 (14 oz.) can Eagle Brand® Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 1 (3 oz.) package cherry or other flavored gelatin
- HEAT oven to 300ºF. Line large shallow roasting pan with heavy foil, extending foil over edges of pan. Butter foil.
- REMOVE all unpopped popcorn. Pour popcorn into prepared pan. Keep warm in oven.
- COMBINE sweetened condensed milk and dry gelatin in medium saucepan. Heat and stir over low heat until mixture is slightly thickened and bubbly, 4 to 5 minutes.
- POUR mixture over popcorn. Stir gently to coat using a long-handled wooden spoon. Bake 20 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes. Carefully turn out onto large piece of lightly buttered foil. Cool. Break into pieces or clusters.
Skateboard decks find that they go through short and abusive life cycles as fanatical skateboarders repeatedly perform tricks in tough environments. These decks end up fraying, cracking and wearing out rather quickly which consequently results in skateboarders going through an abundance of them in their skateboarding careers.
Photos by Brandon Shigeta
exhibition at PLSMIS in Tokyo.
Dr Chris Lintott travels to a radar facility in northern Norway
to discover how the magical Aurora Borealis are created.
Polar lights (aurora polaris) are a natural phenomenon found in both the northern and southern hemispheres that can be truly awe inspiring. Northern lights are also called by their scientific name, aurora borealis, and southern lights are called aurora australis.
What causes the colors and patterns?
Colors and patterns are from the types of ions or atoms being energized as they collide with the atmosphere and are affected by lines of magnetic force. Displays may take many forms, including rippling curtains, pulsating globs, traveling pulses, or steady glows. Altitude affects the colors. Blue violet/reds occur below 60 miles (100 km), with bright green strongest between 60-150 miles (100-240 km). Above 150 miles (240 km) ruby reds appear.
Colortude is sharing this article PINK BLUE
How to Make Colored Soap Bubbles
Make brightly colored pink and blue soap bubbles that won’t stain clothing or surfaces.
Were you one of those kids who tried to add food coloring to ordinary bubble solution to make colored bubbles? Food coloring won’t give you bright bubbles, and even if it did, they would cause stains. Here’s a recipe for pink or blue colored bubbles, based on disappearing ink, so the bubbles won’t stain surfaces when they land.
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