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January 27 2014

16:22

Top of the World’s Weirdest Tower

Focus sur le recensement des tours les plus étranges et loufoques du monde, sorties de l’imaginaire des architectes. Entre le Klimwand Climbing Tower, les tours San Gimignano ou encore l’Hôtel Ryugyong en Corée du Nord, voici une sélection en images à découvrir dans la suite de l’article.

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Klimwand Climbing Tower, Wunderland Kalkar, Allemagne.

Un château d’eau en maïs, Rochester, Minnesota.

L’Hôtel Ryugyong, Pyongyang, Corée du Nord.

Puffer Fish Tower, Chine.

La maison de Nikolai Sutyagin, Arkhangelsk, Russie.

Les tours Pigeon, Libye, Iran et Egypte.

La tour de Zizkov Télévision, Prague.

La tour Genex, Belgrade, Serbie.

La tour de Pise, Italie.

Les tours San Gimignano, Italie.

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January 22 2014

17:32

Most Beautiful Villages Around The World

Focus sur les plus beaux villages visibles à travers le monde, du Mali au Tibet en passant par l’Iran. Cette sélection de photographies a été faite par différents photographes aux quatre coins du monde où les couleurs et les architectures se font écho ou contrastent selon les niveaux de vie de chacun.

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Popeye Village à Malte, par Mosin.

Village au Niger, Mali, par Yann Arthus-Bertrand.

Mountain Village en Iran, par Mohammadreza Momeni.

Village africain, par Michael Poliza.

Village au Tibet, par Coolbie Re.

Gàsadalur Village aux Iles Féroé, par Gareth Codd.

Fort Bourtange aux Pays-Bas, par Jan Koster.

Village dans le Sud-Ouest de l’Angleterre, par Bob Small.

Village caché dans le Sud de la Chine, par Christian Ortiz.

Hobbiton Village, lieu du tournage du Seigneur des Anneaux en Nouvelle-Zélande, par Weta Workshop.

Village de La Spezia en Italie, par James Brandon.

Hallstatt en Autriche, photographe inconnu.

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10:10

Above the World from Bird’s Perspective

Avec sa série de photographies intitulée « Proud Wanderer », le photographe Howard Lau nous invite à regarder le monde depuis le point de vue d’oiseaux en vol. Des images d’une grande beauté, très détaillées, dont une sélection est à découvrir en détails sur son portfolio et dans la suite de l’article.

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January 17 2014

21:50

World’s First 3D-Printed Book Cover

L’éditeur américain Riverhead a collaboré avec le cabinet MakerBot, spécialisé dans l’impression 3D pour créer cet étui pour le roman futuriste ‘On Such a Full Sea’ de l’écrivain américano-coréenne Chang-rae Lee. Un rendu impressionnant, qui fait de ce livre une œuvre d’art à part entière.

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January 14 2014

07:21

Working Abroad: Could it Help You Bring Your Career to the Next Level?

With the exception of maybe education, there is simply nothing in the entire life experience that can expand your mind, your quality of life, and your collective experience the way travel can. Meeting new people, seeing strange and unusual places, eating new food, learning new customs, and making new friends and contacts is the essence of what it means to be alive.

Solitary confinement is torture. Travel is the opposite of that. Traveling improves the person, and an improved person will see an improvement in their career.

Here is how and why even a short time working abroad will take your career to the next level.

Working abroad can put you on a career path that would be otherwise unimaginable.

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One great thing about working abroad is learning from your mistakes. When working abroad, you will inevitably encounter customs, traditions, protocols, and etiquette you had no idea existed. You will inevitably embarrass yourself by getting it wrong, and then come out a better, more cultured person. As one international writer points out, international etiquette and business are hopelessly intertwined.

In the age of information and the Internet, the world is remarkably small, and your career could lead you to people from unfamiliar places more quickly and easily now than at any other time in history. Having world experience – and work experience out in the world – can make you a much more savvy professional in the modern era of total connectivity.

Learn from Students

There are several case studies of students who improved their career tracks by studying abroad, and the same lessons can apply to working abroad. Employers not only recognized them as motivated and ambitious, but sought the skills they learned in other countries. Travel not only inspired them, but gave them confidence that translated into career prospects.

By comparing the way two different cultures do business, it becomes decidedly easier to identify flaws – and fixes – in each. In a global economy, linguistic and cultural skills can improve any career.

Global Options

Working abroad is an option, but not your only option. But you can also volunteer, au pair, teach English to support travel, or do any number of things that could directly improve your career. The choices are all but endless when it comes to broadening your horizons – and your career – with a stint overseas.

Make the Most of It

Moving to a different country is not something you want to take lightheartedly or stumble into unprepared. The U.S. Department of State has a comprehensive guide and list of links that will make your time abroad as productive and useful as possible. Consume this and as many other guides to working overseas as possible. By doing so, you’ll go in with reasonable expectations and an understanding of how things are likely to play out.

Beware – Eventually You’re Going to Have to Come Back

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The problem with traveling is, eventually, you have to come home. Some people find that returning home to work after working abroad was a more difficult adjustment than getting used to a new country in the first place. The feeling of being bored, boxed in, or consumed with the idea that there was more to accomplish abroad can plague a repatriated worker.

Exposure to other cultures and ways of doing business can only help your career.

Getting out and seeing the world can improve the life of anyone who travels, from a backpacker in a hostel to a student on a scholarship. But for a working professional, the experience of working abroad can open up an infinite number of doors, expose you to new cultures, a new way of doing business with a new kind of money in a new kind of language.

When you return to embark on the next part of your career, you’ll be a better, smarter, more enlightened professional with a wealth of knowledge that can only come from first-hand work experience abroad.

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Andrew Lisa is a freelance writer living in Los Angeles. He writes about the blogging movement and has profiled business leaders like Steve Wynn.

January 07 2014

09:25

Santiago Sepulveda

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Impressive photographic work by Santiago Sepulveda. His (mostly dark) wide range of shoots – from abstract black and white to vivid portraits – are simply fascinating.  Keep on reading
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December 12 2013

17:40

2014 Sony World Photography Awards

Dans la lignée du Reuters Photos of the Year, la compétition des Sony World Photography Awards invitent chaque année les professionnels et amateurs à faire concourir les meilleures images. Alors que la compétition se termine le 6 janvier 2014, voici déjà une sélection des images les plus impressionnantes.

Be Cheerful Even in the Darkest of Times – Samantha Fortenberry

Last Summer Day – Igor Kryzhko

Bhutanese masked dancer and boy – Joyce Le Mesurier

Underground – Holger Schmidtke

The Knight and His Steed – Nicolas Reusens Boden

The sons of the Angh of Nyahnyu – Sergio Carbajo

Fashion Muslim – Simone Sapienza

Abore Sand strom – Carlos Duarte

Open Low Light – Pedro London

Bonding – Cory Kipa

Sorrow – Eugene Stulov

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December 06 2013

07:36

10 Ways to Be a Student of Life

Learning shouldn’t stop once you graduate from school. Graduating from college doesn’t mean you can no longer be a student. Life offers more lessons than school ever could. As an individual, you must constantly seek for more ways to grow. To be stagnant should never be an option for someone who has so much potential. There are always new things to learn and adventures left to be discovered.

When you choose to be a student of life, you open yourself to limitless opportunities.

1. Explore the world.

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Don’t limit yourself to your hometown or to the city you got your first job. Go beyond the place you consider home, because home can be many places. It doesn’t have to be just one town or one apartment complex. Backpacking may not be for everyone, but it’s not the only way you can see the world. Travelling doesn’t just have to be going overseas but also dropping by many states. Culture exists not just in a country but even in small communities.

2. Acquire new life skills.

Maybe it’s time that you finally learn how to fix a broken faucet or even fix the faulty light in your bathroom. You can finally cross out your bucket list items that have been there forever. Learn how to drive a car or ride a bike. There are definitely things you don’t know how to do, and you have a lifetime ahead of you to learn. It’s never too late to start learning something new.

3. Widen your circle.

For some individuals, to grow older means to keep your circle of friends down to a few, but that shouldn’t stop you from meeting new people. Widen your circle by allowing people into your life and letting them get to know you. When you meet so many people and try to learn about them, you don’t merely understand the person but their circumstances as well. Widening your circle to people from all walks of life gives you a bigger and better perspective of the world. It doesn’t mean you have to treat every stranger as a potential friend, but there’s nothing wrong with that, too.

4. Support a cause.

Why not try to turn your passion for animals into a good cause? Learning more about animal welfare can tell you which cosmetic brands support testing on animals. Making your love for books into an advocacy can tell you that many areas lack a library and they need your support. You don’t have to force yourself to support something you don’t believe in. You only need to look at your interests and see which ones need you take some drastic actions.

5 .Take risks.

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The first step to learning is accepting that you’re prone to make mistakes. Once you’ve accepted that, you’ll have an easier time taking in things and risking everything in favor of your passion. Keeping your 9-to-5 job may keep you secure, but if you’re bored and no longer happy, is it really happy? Submitting an article to your favorite publication in the world may mean rejection, but it can also mean getting published! Stop hesitating because that’s no way to live.

6. Enroll in online or night classes.

How about learning a new language you can use whenever you travel? Or taking free online classes about Management or Finance on websites such as The Open University? Yes, studying doesn’t also have to restricted in the four corners of a classroom. You won’t get an A+ for your efforts, and you definitely won’t be on the honors list for writing a good essay in French. But you learn something you like and something you consider useful.

7. Be cultured.

Watch as many movies and read as many books as possible. And it doesn’t mean that you only watch the ones with high ratings from critics. Absorb as many forms of entertainment as you want without having to concern yourself whether it’s something that can enrich your life. But you see, there’s a reason why so many people devote their entire lives producing movies and writing novels. Just think of it as memoirs by the people who created them. It’s the fruit of their life experiences and understanding of their surroundings. Movies and books are a good look into how people interpret the world.

8. Do many first’s.

When was the last time you did something for the first time? If you can’t think of the answer, maybe you need to go out and try something new. It can be as simple as watching  a movie alone or as big as trying bungee jumping. Doing something for the first time doesn’t need to have a life-changing effect. It can be a simple realization that apparently, going to a film screening by yourself isn’t so bad. You don’t need always need a profound realization for everything you do.

9. Learn to adapt.

You can’t stop change from happening in your life. What you can do is accept that it’s inevitable and you just have to adapt. This is why you can’t stop learning, and you can’t stop growing. When you learn to adapt, you pick up something you haven’t encountered before. You can’t try the same methods over and over again, because no matter how similar a situation may be, it’ll need a different solution and treatment of the problem.

10. Initiate.

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Sometimes, you can’t wait for someone to do things for you. If you feel like something has to be done about something, then it’s probably time that you step up. Be the instigator of the change you want to see. Yes, you can’t be alone when you want to make a difference. But who said that little differences don’t matter?

There are so much more to learn, especially now that we’re virtually connected to everyone in the world. As a student of life, it’s really up to you to use all your resources and make it into something enriching.

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Kylie Prescott is a senior college student taking up Journalism. She aspires to be a published writer, but right now, she's busy writing for Essayontime. Connect with her on Google+ and Twitter.

December 05 2013

08:30

City skyline illustrations by Loose Petals

In 1998 Karen Young setup one of the first independent American greeting card companies, in San Francisco called Loose Petals. Throughout the years she’s been creating city skyline illustrations from Cape town to Seoul and from Oslo to Santiago. All here skyline illustrations are printed on a woven textured stock that is 100% recycled.

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December 03 2013

21:00

Aids World Day Campaign

L’association italienne ASA pensée pour la prévention contre le Sida a demandé à l’agence de publicité DLV BBDO Italy d’imaginer cette campagne. L’illustrateur Riccardo Corda a réalisé une série de posters, maniant avec talent l’humour pour sensibiliser le public et leur rappeler la nécessité d’utiliser des préservatifs.

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December 02 2013

14:39

In A World Without Words

Focus sur la photographe coréenne Ina Jang basée à Brooklyn qui porte avec sa dernière série « In a World without Words » un véritable regard minimaliste et en deux-dimensions sur les sujets qu’elle capture. Des clichés figuratifs et étranges d’une grande beauté, à découvrir en images dans la suite de l’article.

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November 27 2013

08:30

United Nations project – babel of the millennium

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This 75-foot hight art installation by New York based artist Wenda Gu is very extraordinary. The pice is called United Nations – Bable of the Millennium and is part of the permeant collection at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

For the past 20 years Wenda collected hair from 352 barber shops and hair salons from 18 different countries on every continent. The concept was to merge language and culture together through the form of hair. The 100 panels are all woven together and feature scripted lettering made out of hair based on Chinese, English, Hindi and Arabic.

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November 15 2013

08:30

5 cosmopolitan city illustrations from around the world by Aldo Crusher

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Drawing vector cities has in the last few years become quite popular and I love it. Magazines such as Monocle, Orxy inflight mag or Good mag have done a great job to promote this friendly style. Mexican designer Aldo Crusher has created 5 cosmopolitan city illustrations from around the world, for the magazine Air’s Cosmopolis section. His illustrations feature Cape Town, Buenos Aires, Madrid, New York, and Shanghai. via weandthecolor

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November 01 2013

16:43

World Marketplace Posters by Jingyao Guo

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A collaboration between illustrator Jingyao Guo and small batch design brand ODLCO, these World Marketplace posters are like the Where’s Waldo immersion-thing, rendered in Jingyao’s totally amazing low-polygon illustration style. Some of the most famous outdoor markets, dense with visceral food stuffs, smells, light & signage make for great repeat viewing.

The posters are available on Kickstarter for another week or so, and are nicely priced at $25. Comes with a rad coloring book, too!

 

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October 25 2013

07:30

Walk this World by Lotta Nieminen

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Lotta Nieminen‘s inspiring retro style illustrations have made their way into her first children’s book called ‘Walk this World’. The book engages young children to discover cultural similarities and differences of people from around the world. With each page turn you will discover a new country that can be further discovered by the many windows, which can be opened.

You can buy the book via the CreativeRoots bookshelf.

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October 23 2013

13:35

October 10 2013

08:46

World of Bike custom t-shirt design by Matt Hoch

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This design won the Bicycles Design Challenge and is part of Threadless Causes, community-based design for the power of good. 25% of sales from this tee will go to World Bicycle Relief. Check out more on fancy-tshirts.com


    






07:30

Johnnie Walker cityscape label

Limited editions are always fun because most of the time it means that the design agency who got commissioned to the the job can create something unique. Singapore design agency Innovation Kitchen together with illustrator Michael Ng. had the honours to create the Johnnie Walker Blue Lable ‘ Cityscape series’.

The design is aimed at the travelling whisky collector. Each of the gold-etched cityscape illustrations of New York, San Francisco, Los Angels, Mumbai, Singapore, and Hong Kong were featured on a limited number of bottles.

“The level of craft that goes into the illustrations was key in reflecting the premium quality, spirit and exclusivity of Blue Label. Part of the challenge was working with fine details on a limited label space; we extracted only the most iconic elements of each city to be arranged in a way that captured the true essence of each city. The result is a range of delightful keepsakes which serve as a beautiful reminder of your travels.” Innovation Kitchen Design Director Lewis Owen

via packagingoftheworld

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October 09 2013

14:25

Grandmothers Cooking Around the World

Le photographe Gabriele Galimberti (auteur de l’excellent Toy Stories Photography) s’est amusé à voyager dans plus de 58 pays afin de photographier des grand-mères dans la cuisine, accolées à la spécialité préparée par chacune. Une série appelée “Delicatessen With Love” à découvrir en photos dans la suite.



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Turkey

Thailand

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Brazil

Philippines

Morocco

Mexico

Malaysia

Malawi

Lebannon

Latvia

Kenya

Italy

Indonesia

Haiti

Egypt

Cayman Islands

Canada

Bolivia

Armenia

Algeria

Albania

Alaska

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