LINE TWO: As a Batman fan, I always love it when a new movie comes out as the interwebs gets flooded with amazing Superhero themed links like this adorable web comic Little League. There’s something so cute about little children versions of your favourite superheroes!
LINE THREE: The fine art photographs of Christopher Boffoli show a whimsical world of enormous food and the adventures of this worlds tiny inhabitants. God knows I love photos with miniature figures!
LINE FOUR: Brilliant band Ok Go have always been a favourite for their amazing (usually one single scene) video clips, but I had no idea they had collaborated with Sesame Street to make this great stop motion clip explaining the Primary Colours!
Our party is this weekend and I’m pretty excited about it! I’ve been feeling pretty festive because of it and it’s made me start looking at Christmas decorations to stock up on for the real thing later in the year. Etsy is always brilliant for finding beautiful, original Christmas paraphernalia that you can’t get anywhere else (and frankly is much nicer than anything you can buy in a department store!)
Pulling these collections together is one of my favourite posts to write! I love trawling Etsy for pretty things to share (even if it is dangerous to my bank balance!)
The screen is 1024 pixels (on the long side) and 768 pixels (on the short side), however your image needs to be a square shape to be able to accommodate both of these sizes. 768 x 768 pixels in the center are always visible but as I said before: when your screen rotates different areas of the image will be visible depending on the view as shown below:
Never again will you need to use one of the boring ol generic backgrounds that come with your device. Everyone is going to be so jealous of your amazing computer skills!
LINE THREE: It’s hard to believe that these photos haven’t been retouched in photoshop! The salt content in Lake Retba (Lac Rose) in the north east of Dakar (Senegal) is so high that it creates the perfect habitat for a species of micro-algae called Dunaliella salina to live and breed inside it - apparently making the water appear pink! Amazing!
LINE FOUR: I was blown away when spotted the amazing work of Dana Barnes over at the Anthology magazine blog. There is something about giant home made textiles that is so impressive! I think it’s the obvious commitment to each piece shown through the sheer size and time involved to make a finished product… Plus; they look just so super cozy!