My Dribble – Daily Articles About Nothing Specific

A Year In New Zealand Irrevocably Changed This Man’s Life And Career

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If you’re looking for a sure-fire way to change your entire worldview, approach that process in the most literal way possible by picking up and moving to a different corner of the globe. There’s nothing more terrifying than packing your life away in one checked bag and pretending your comfort zone never existed, but there’s […]

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This Looks Like A Petri Dish Full Of Microorganisms, But It’s So Much Cooler

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People often categorize others by describing them as being “left-brained” or “right-brained.” People who are more logical, strategic, and rational are placed in the former category, and those who are more creative, intuitive, and artistic are placed in the latter. While it’s obvious that most people embody different combinations of the two, it’s fair to […]

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This City Might Be Imaginary, But You’ll Definitely Want To Visit

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Nothing inspires artists and photographers quite like traveling. Some incredible creators blend human bodies into the most famous landscapes in the world, and others recreate entire cityscapes from memory. No matter what medium they decide to use, artists with serious cases of wanderlust typically produce mind-bending work. Globetrotting artist Marco Vallino is no different. Over […]

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This Man Spent 3 Years Photographing Something We Often Take For Granted

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If you miss one sunrise, all you have to do is wait until the next one rolls around. And for that reason, we all tend to take these daily spectacles for granted. They get lost behind blinds on busy mornings. They disappear from view behind sleepy eyelids every Sunday. Nature lets us in on a […]

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This Artist Uses Wire To Create Incredible Drawings In The Air

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By definition, sculpture is three dimensional — and by most accounts, that’s what makes it great. Looking at a free-standing work of art that’s been attended to on all sides is a wholly unique experience, and the impact of viewing sculptures often carries with it a sense of immediacy. And that’s what makes the sculptural […]

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This 4-Year-Old Just Got To Do Something That Most Of Us Will Never Experience

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It’s no secret that kids love stuff. Whether you hand them new toys or cough up innumerable boxes of crayons, plenty of children have materialistic tendencies. They’re just tactile little buggers, and that’s totally okay. But instead of letting their four-year-old son get his hands on the newest toy or latest iPad, they gave him […]

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This Artist’s Tiny Cityscapes Prove That It Really Is A Small World

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City skylines look stunning from far away, but when we’re ripped away from this gorgeous sense of removal and thrown into the fray, those views give way to gritty street corners and gum-covered sidewalks. That being said, there’s something transformative about urban photography. Instead of capturing inspiring panoramas of postcard-worthy cityscapes from afar, these creators […]

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With One Line, This Artist Creates Incredible Work That Sticks With People Forever

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When it comes to careers that are full of promise, “artist” typically doesn’t top the list. Although creativity and its many iterations are often the driving forces behind what keeps humanity trudging along, the confines of traditional success tend to draw distinct lines between themselves and art. And this is a phenomenon with which tattoo […]

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We All Made Sand Art As Kids, But What This Guy Does Is On Another Level

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Was I the only one who slayed the sand-art game back in the day? Probably not. I remember my mom and dad covering the kitchen table and letting me have at it as a kid, at which point I proceeded to fill hollow stars and ponies with sand in every color under the sun. Were […]

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