Month: November 2019

TerraLiving Brings Nature To Your Home And Workplace

A terrarium is as fascinating as an aquarium, only less happening due to the absence of ever-moving fishes. However, here’s is a group of scientists and designers who’ve established TerraLiving, a bio-architecture inspired design lab in Malaysia, that creates beautiful customizable terrariums of such exquisite beauty that their creations have already notched up a viewership …

Waves Over Centuries Has Carved this Marble Cave into Stunning Shapes and Swirling Patterns

If the much-visited tourist destinations fail to excite you, there’s one destination that’s certain to give you the thrills. This destination is the marble caves of Patagonia located in southern Chile, South America. Known as the Cuevas de Mármol, these caves are situated on a peninsula of solid marble that’s carved into the Patagonian Andes. …

South African Miniature Artist Finds International Fame Through Her Work ‘365 Paintings For Ants’

How many details can you put in a miniature painting? If you say very little, you’d be dead wrong. Lorraine Loots is one outstanding miniature artist who is enthralling the world by her most detailed miniature paintings. Not for nothing she enjoys a following of over 290,000 fans on her Instagram account alone. This South …

Adventure Cartoonist Shifts Focus From Adventure To Tackling One’s Inner Demons

Lucy Bellwood, an adventure cartoonist, remains an adventure-lover at heart, the reason why she penned ‘Baggywrinkles: A Lubber’s Guide to Life at Sea’, where she describes living and working on an 18th Century replica sailing vessel. She went on to write about rafting through the Grand Canyon, crossing the Pacific on an oceanographic research voyage, …