Lucky

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My husband is a master four-leaf-clover-finder. I’ve posted about this before. But one day in our old yard in Tennessee, we found a patch that outdid all other finds. I mean, a patch of four leaf clovers? Come on. We didn’t even bother to pick them. Just took this picture instead.

Can you find them?

I’ve often wondered if it was just that yard. Like, the house was built on an Indian burial ground or a magic fairy forest.  Joe has only found one four leaf clover in Florida. Of course, we’ve only lived here two months, so I guess there’s still time.

If you had trouble finding them in the picture above, I’ve highlighted them for you, but I probably missed some.

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Beautiful Face

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Saatchi Online Artist: Jessica Rae Sommer; Acrylic, Painting “Face for NYC”.

I am blown away by artists who can draw faces like this. Or any faces. Faces are hard, man!

via Saatchi Online Artist: Jessica Rae Sommer; Acrylic, Painting “Face for NYC”.

2012 Light Festival in Belgium

color wheel, incredible, patterns

2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium – Wow! How does this work? Does it take forever? I think I’d create a quilt of lights and just lay it over the building.

Obsessions

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Penny street art in Amsterdam by Stefan Sagmeister: “Obsessions make my life worse and my work better.”

Whoa. Imagine the steam that would’ve blown out of Sagmeister’s ears if anyone would’ve tripped and fallen on this during installation. Keeping this together on a public street probably felt like one of those dreams when you are running from a monster but you seem to be knee deep in Nutella … so slow and futile. But it wasn’t futile; it is beautiful.

More: http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/8/view/3965/stefan-sagmeister-at-experimentadesign-amsterdam-2008.html