Armed with a paintbrush, a broom, and neighborhood children, Guyton, Karen, and Grandpa began by cleaning up vacant lots on Heidelberg and Elba Streets. From the refuse they collected, Guyton began to transform the street into a massive art environment. Vacant lots literally became â€œlots of artâ€ and abandoned houses became â€œgigantic art sculptures.â€ Guyton not only transformed vacant houses and lots, he integrated the street, sidewalks, and trees into his mammoth installation and called his work, “The Heidelberg Project”, after it’s location on Heidelberg Street.
Using only tape and garbage bags, Harris creates giant inflatable animals that become animated when fastened to a sidewalk grate.
Clark Little Photography
In 2007, Clark discovered his ability and passion to capture the extraordinary beauty of the shorebreak when his wife asked him for a picture of the ocean to decorate a bedroom wall. With his shorebreak surfing experience in mind, Clark grabbed a camera, jumped in the ocean, and starting snapping away recording the beauty and power of Hawaiian waves for all to enjoy.
I’m 29. I live with my 73-year-old dad. He is awesome. I just write down shit that he says
via The Big Picture
Today is Blog Action Day, an annual event where bloggers unite to post about the same issue on the same day. This year’s topic is Climate Change.
The United Nations Climate Change Conference is taking place in Copenhagen on December 7-18th. The Nature Conservancy is one of the organizations urging world leaders to finalize an agreement on global climate change initiatives. You can help add your voice to their campaign by visiting Planet Change – change.nature.org.
The Fun Theory is an initiative of Volkswagen. It would be interesting to see if they received the same response in the States :-)
On call 24/7 for the past six years, three senior citizens have made history by greeting nearly one million U.S. troops at a tiny airport in Maine. Filled with unexpected turns, their uplifting and emotional journey demonstrates the meaning of community at a time when America needs it most.