Detail, the Beauty

Absolutely stunning photographs. It is always the details which make the piece of work (whatever that might be) more interesting and enlightening.

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A ‘detail’ is defined as a small part of a picture or work of art reproduced separately for close study.

It was the famous architect, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, that said “God is in the details”. In other words, whatever you do, you should do it thoroughly. All of these images are details of a greater whole. The details are mesmerizing… Don’t you want to see the rest?

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Ozone at the Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

This is yet another amazing post I have found whilst scrolling through “The Blogs I Follow”. The designs are truly stunning!
This is the sort of work which inspires me to do everything I can in order to be where I want to be in life.

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118 floors above the city harbour…

…there’s this new nightspot, Ozone!

On top of the world’s tallest hotel, Masamichi Katayama designed this super cool bar, themed around an “Edenic Experiment” – a man-made environment of nature in an imaginary world.

Found here.

xx

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Something You WON’T Want To Miss

Today, I have stubbled across a like-minded blog which talks about anything from Food to Baby, Designs and Travel. I have been “wooed” by Lo Zoe Musings that I have decided to share her blog with you, and of course, her fabulous new GiveAway.

This give away is Mad Men inspired and is quick and easy to enter. All you need to do is read her post about it which contains all the things you need to know. Simple!

I have also decided to promote blogs as part of a daily/weekly/monthly scheme (I am not quite sure which one yet, but I’m sure this will becoming more regular). This is a way for me to share the blogs I follow or share good posts which I think you would be interested in.

If you would like to get more credit for your work, posts or blog then please feel free to get in contact.

Motivation

For me, I find motivation one of the hardest things to capture, and preserve – especially when it comes to working on Fine Art or Textiles. There is always a distraction of some sort… A television show I “must” catch up with, blogging -even, or simply talking to someone who means everything.

When I have the inspiration and motivation to work, I tend to be slow and it becomes tedious yet I know that I should be working for as long as possible. Of course, this doesn’t always hold up for long before I encounter at least one of my many distractions.

However, when I don’t have the motivation – just like today – I tend to “flake”. Everything immediately becomes a “big deal” for no reason and I begin to forget my pathways for each subject…

I have been searching for an answer for all of this since September, and I have fallen short. I have a number of Tumblr accounts with inspiration blogs – they pick up, they flop – and they now seem to mean nothing.

Let’s just hope next week is a better one.