Archived entries for Interesting blog
Fantasy Maps offers you a whole new world. One that in the past you could only imagine: a collection of maps from various fantasy and science fiction works for your viewing.
From literature, the Bible, television programs, movies to video games. From Atlantis, Lost, Star Wars to Flash Gordon’s Mongo, there are many worlds ready to be to explored!
Do you recognize these photos? They may be yours. Ifoundyourcamera is a wonderful site where you can actually recover your lost camera with a little help of those who found it by publishing some of your -hopefully not too embarrassing- images.
In any case, looking at strangers’ photos is always entertaining.
Argentineans Luna and Javier are logólogos. No logo-logos, but logólogos. They claim to be normal people and specialists in what they do, which can be mathematic for logos, or using other’s creativity to be creative, or explaining that logos turn into logos with a little help of other logos.
They also claim to be specialists in phonetics.
“Mission Statement: To show that regardless of what any president would have you imagine, despite what any media outlet would have you believe, life goes on in Tehran and elsewhere in Iran.”
A personal monthly photo blog by a former Los Angeles resident who recently moved to Tehran, using a camera phone and showing to the world that fear and lack of knowledge about Iran is nothing more but the result of negative Western media. He also shows that Iran, for the most part, it’s a beautiful country with kind, loving and hospitable people.
Via Andrew Watson (looking forward to seeing you around!)
The Golden Age of Travel occurred between 1890 and the outbreak of World War II. In this period, hotels abounded and the various modes of transport reached their glorious apogee. The labels, which were placed on luggage by railroads, steamships or hotels as advertising, beautifully capture the spirit of the era as small reproductions with vivid colours.
Click here to find a varied set of luggage label’s images, and here to read very interesting info in what is probably the first blog devoted to the art of luggage labels.