A dream come true.
The “Circus of the Sun“, in all its various shows, consistently merges colorful, artistic vision with wondrous music into an unequaled performance of sheer beauty. Each tells a simple story, but with such imaginative power that it leaves you amazed with wonder and yearning for long forgotten childhood fantasies.
Here’s a small video of this vision, with some scenes from various shows.
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“Sometimes, a hug is all what we need.
If you feel down or lonely or if you just need a little hug, watch this small video and you’ll feel a lot better.
Free hugs is a real life controversial story of Juan Mann, a man whose sole mission was to reach out and hug a stranger to brighten up their lives.”
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Thrive and prosper.
Sprout is a creative little game in which your goal is to get a tiny seedling that’s stranded on a small isle all the way back home to the mainland where its tall brethren live. The seedling has the unique ability to grow into the different plants it discovers. For example, the palm tree in the beginning teaches the seedling how to become a coconut, making it possible to get to the shore. All you have to do is find out what it can do and how to make use of its abilities.
This little gem won’t take more than 15 minutes of your time, so relax and get started, you’ll feel refreshed afterwards!
Do you know this feeling?
There is something about space, the vastness of the universe and time so long it boggles your mind. Something that makes you forget the here and now, that makes you get lost in a reverie of distant stars and an unknown future. There are some memories I have of this sense of timelessness, not many, just a few, but they are very precious to me.
One is a Belgian comic series called Yoko Tsuno that I read, no, absorbed in a library when I was a kid. It’s about a female electrical engineer of Japanese origin that takes place in familiar but highly technological settings on Earth in the future and even some 2,500,000 light years away in outer space.
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Aren’t they amazing, our hands?
They can play instruments, draw, sculpt, build, caress and even communicate via sign language. Some of what you can do with hands is so simple and yet so universal at the same time, it’s just beautiful.
Some creative minds came up with really amazing examples of using hands in different, unique ways that you may find inspiring and probably surprising.
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My skin is kind of sort of brownish pinkish yellowish white
My eyes are greyish blueish green
But I’m told they look orange in the night
My hair is reddish blondish brown
But it’s silver when it’s wet
And all the colors I am inside
Have not been invented yet
~ Shel Silverstein
Getting closer, are you? But are you really?
Like in dreams, you can keep going forward and never quite reach a destination, because there is always more ahead, something new that you haven’t seen before.
These are some examples of zooming in and out, larger than life in a way.
The first is called ZoomQuilt, a collaborative art project which lets you zoom through a bizarre dream world that constantly shifts seamlessly to something different.
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fl0w is a fun and addicting little game that takes place in an ocean. You are a worm-like creature that has three goals: Dive deep into the space, eat and evolve.
Game play is fairly easy. Move your mouse to where your creature is supposed to swim, click the left mouse button to make it swim faster. Try to eat other microorganisms to evolve. Dive deeper by “eating” something red. “+” makes your current body segment evolve.
Accompanied by ethereal space music and with softly glowing graphics fl0w makes for a surreal, hypnotizing gaming experience in which you can easily get lost in time.
Zoë Castillo (front)
April Ryan and Kian Alvane (back)
The future holds secrets only the past can reveal
Dreamfall is a truly magical adventure set in two mysterious worlds.
These two worlds exist in parallel ~ one is Stark, our world, one of logic and science. The other is Arcadia, a world of magic and chaos. It is in Stark that Zoë Castillo, the protagonist, finds herself in a coma. She is aware of her situation, can think but does not know if anyone can hear what she’s saying. Yet she tries…
And she remembers, not for herself but for us, remembers what has happened to her and in those worlds, and she tells her story.
An important story.
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Kylie Minogue as Elisa Day
A gorgeous video to a bittersweet balad that’s hard to forget.
Where the Wild Roses Grow is sung by Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue. The song is so beautiful, mysterious and moving.. It goes under your skin.
I haven’t listened to it very often, but for some reason it never leaves my head, mainly due to the delicate imagery and softly whispered vocals.
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