Meet Joshua. He is surrounded by the cast of the TV series Parks and Recreation — and this is one of the best days of his life.
Josh suffers from a life-threatening genetic disorder and was granted his wish by the Make-A-Wish Foundation to meet the cast, crew, writers and directors of the show as they filmed segments for the seventh season of the show.
The best show ever just did the coolest thing ever. YAY LOVE THEM.
I have always loved her work. From the site dedicated to her art:
"…she had found a certain signature style: a highly original, and effective, synthesis of Mannerism and toned down Neo-Cubism. This style was so well matched to the era that, in retrospect, it can be termed as emblematic of it."
Two of my favorites are Kizette in Pink (1928)
Gorgeous work by artist Elsa Mora, whose portfolio includes a number of beautiful paper sculptures created for both private clients and exhibition.
Several of the pieces are currently at the Racine Art Museum in Wisconsin for a show titled Once Upon A Time: Fairy Tales, Fantasy, and Contemporary Art that runs through August 31.
To mark International Women’s Day this Saturday, the nonprofit organization Catapult has designed a series of mock magazine covers that will make you think twice.
The idea is to draw attention to the brutal violations of human rights taking place around the world and to turn some of the issues affecting millions of young women into “more than just a cover story.”
Catapult, an offshoot of the NGO Women Deliver, helps generate funding for projects that will improve the lives of girls and women. In the year and a half since its launch, Catapult has funded 314 projects in 81 countries raising $5.5 million in 2013.
Attention-grabbing piece for International Women’s Day, via @WeCatapult