10 Creepy Things I Found for Spooky Samhain

Samhain is a pagan religious festival that originates from the archaic Celtic spiritual tradition. In the Northern Hemisphere, this is the time to usher in the dark half of the year. For us antipodeans, it’s the other way around and we welcome the light with open arms. Here in the unterland, we welcome flowers, frolickingContinue reading “10 Creepy Things I Found for Spooky Samhain”

10 Interesting Things I found on the Internet #21

If the internet is making funny sounds and has crapped itself a few times in your house, well then perhaps it’s time for a reboot…. Mountains, Cass, 1936 by New Zealand painter Rita Angus Dead Can Dance- ACT II The Invocation video filmed in Bulgaria Dead Can Dance, one of the most primal and ancientContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I found on the Internet #21”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #20

If the internet is leaving you with a funny taste in your mouth, prepare for a little palate cleaner… Freddy Mercury really loved his cats He worshipped them, which goes some way to explaining his feline prowling presence on stage. He wrote the song Delilah for his cat 🙂 Robert Greene and Ryan Holiday inContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #20”

10 Cool Things I Found on the Internet This Week #19

If you have been living on a diet of fast food for your five senses, then here is a little palate cleanser for you… Snuggly, cosy Peregrine falcon parents look after fastly growing chicklets on a Melbourne CBD live stream Expect sleepy eyed roosting for many hours, pierced by sudden absences for dive-bombing murders. LaterContinue reading “10 Cool Things I Found on the Internet This Week #19”

10 Interesting things I Found on the Internet This Week #18

Hiroshi Yoshimura: Green Barely known outside of his home country when he was alive, the legendary Japanese ambient composer Hiroshi Yoshimura has grown in popularity in recent decades. He is known as one of the pioneers of Japanese environmental music. Throughout his life, his work featured in TV commercials, art galleries and more. Originally releasedContinue reading “10 Interesting things I Found on the Internet This Week #18”

10 Interesting things I Found on the Internet This Week #17

A Shelf-Portrait with Alanis Morissette Rock goddess, highly sensitive person and all-round legendary bookworm Alanis Morissette talks about the books that have shaped and improved her life. A lot of great non-fiction here about mindfulness, spirituality and personal growth. The mystical beauty of an Ancient Egyptian daughter of Osiris (1913) An anonymous autochrome photograph takenContinue reading “10 Interesting things I Found on the Internet This Week #17”

10 Quirky Things I Found on the Internet this Week #16

Max Frey’s Magical Monsters Max Frey (1874-1944) was a German painter and graphic artist associated with the Symbolism and New Objectivity movements. His work in 1920s and 1930s is particularly inspired by Magic realism. Five of the world’s weirdest wild dogs I discovered a nice blog run by a pet shop and pet supplies businessContinue reading “10 Quirky Things I Found on the Internet this Week #16”

10 uplifting and quirky things I found on the internet this week #15

A Love Letter to my dog by Leena Henningsen Empath and spiritual seeker Leena Henningsen’s videos all have a cosy, gentle and inspirational vibe. She moved from the stressful bustle of Hamburg to rural Norway along with her beloved dog Aivy and her partner. In this intimate and moving short film she talks about whyContinue reading “10 uplifting and quirky things I found on the internet this week #15”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet this Week #14

1. Nick Cave performing Stagger Lee in Copenhagen is electrifying I have seen Nick live three times so far and his live performances of this song Stagger Lee are always a big highlight. The song escalates and gets harder, darker and more intense as it goes on. This is definitely my favourite Nick Cave songContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet this Week #14”

10 Interesting Things I found on the Internet #13

1. Chilled out hip-hop grooves from Emapea – Seeds, Roots & Fruits 2. These book-rescuing heroes don’t wear capes 3. François Schuiten’s steampunk cityscapes ‘Les CitĂ©s obscures’ Immense skyscrapers and towering monoliths dwarf the citizenry in François Schuiten’s ‘Les CitĂ©s obscures’, a graphic novel series (1983–present) that captures the steampunk modernist aesthetic. Read more 4.Continue reading “10 Interesting Things I found on the Internet #13”