live: Unique Chandeliers

One of my favorite home features is lighting. You could say that I’m kind of obsessed with lighting. If looking, creating, and shopping for lamps for a living, I would be all over it. I’m also into what I like to call “fancy lamps” aka chandeliers. Unfortunately, I am not at a place in my … Continue reading

explore: Sea of Stars, Vaadhoo Island, Maldives

During the daytime, the shores of Vaadhoo Island are like any other beach in the Maldives Islands. But at night, the sea literally becomes alive. Once the sun sets on this small island, the ocean literally lights up with hundreds and thousands of little blue orbs become apparent, and the water that continually rushes upon … Continue reading

explore: Waitomo Glowworm Cave, New Zealand

Let’s be honest: New Zealand is to Australia what New Jersey is to New York. Yet, if everyone knew about a certain hidden gem, people might think differently. Located in Waitomo, once you enter the Waitomo Glowworm cave, you are gradually greeted to the radiant glow of thousands of glowworms that illuminate the waterway during the … Continue reading

explore: Dragon Bridge, Vietnam

From a distance, the Dragon Bridge, located in Da Nung, Vietnam, looks like an amusement park ride, but it is actually scaly arcs of dragon’s body is actually integrated into the 2,185 foot bridge. Built to celebrate the anniversary of Da Nung City’s liberation from , the Dragon Bridge is composed of steel and 15,000 LED … Continue reading

appreciate: Yayoi Kusama

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is a jack of all trades in the creative field. She works with a wide range of mediums, including paintings, collages, performance art, and sculptures to name a few. She had to have had an influence on artist like Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol because she was known for pop art … Continue reading

Live: New Uses for Christmas Lights

Going from one extreme to another, I’m sure visitors of Christmas light shows and festivals often go home and wish they could recreate what they saw. If I could create a Venus de Milo light display like the one at the Lyon Festival of Lights, but alas I have to settle with $5 CVS lights … Continue reading

Explore: Lyon, France

Christmas lights on neighborhood houses get more extreme as each year passes, if you don’t believe me, check out YouTube. But no house I ever seen can rival the lights shown at the Lyon Festival of Lights. Every year on December 8th, the city of Lyon transforms into a spectacle of lights detailing and celebrating … Continue reading

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