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“Gotta look fly — even in quarantine. 😎”⁣
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On today’s #WeeklyFluff, meet Luna (@thesillybeans), a 10-month-old African grey parrot. She loves cuddles, peekaboo and, most of all, a good scratch with her favorite orange comb.⁣
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Video by @thesillybeans.

“Gotta look fly — even in quarantine. 😎”⁣ ⁣ On today’s #WeeklyFluff , meet Luna (@thesillybeans ), a 10-month-old African grey parrot. She loves cuddles, peekaboo and, most of all, a good scratch with her favorite orange comb.⁣ ⁣ Video by @thesillybeans ...

Ready for a joyride? 🏂 🚀⁣
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Jump into our stories right now and check out more things that made us smile this week. 🙂⁣
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Video of @camille.armand by @mengafpv.

Ready for a joyride? 🏂 🚀⁣ ⁣ Jump into our stories right now and check out more things that made us smile this week. 🙂⁣ ⁣ Video of @camille.armand by @mengafpv ...

The ethos of the independent fashion label La Come Di (@lacomedi) is all about embracing your individuality and your unique self. In 2017, Elisa Arienti started LCD (La Come Di) with a friend. “We jumped into this idea in a beautiful, reckless way and founded the company,” explains Elisa, who’s originally from Italy and lives and works in Dubai. “It made us full, new humans with happy and tough moments — like in every business.”⁣
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Her favorite part about running LCD? “Being an independent artist and being able to create things that people will embrace in their own world.”⁣
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Learn more about Elisa’s business and holiday plans on today’s story. ✨⁣
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Photo by @lacomedi.

The ethos of the independent fashion label La Come Di (@lacomedi ) is all about embracing your individuality and your unique self. In 2017, Elisa Arienti started LCD (La Come Di) with a friend. “We jumped into this idea in a beautiful, reckless way and founded the company,” explains Elisa, who’s originally from Italy and lives and works in Dubai. “It made us full, new humans with happy and tough moments — like in every business.”⁣ ⁣ Her favorite part about running LCD? “Being an independent artist and being able to create things that people will embrace in their own world.”⁣ ⁣ Learn more about Elisa’s business and holiday plans on today’s story. ✨⁣ ⁣ Photo by @lacomedi A person wearing a long red, pink and blue coat over pink and black pants. ...

“If my mum was a VFX artist and my dad was a meme page, I am the offspring.”⁣
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Welsh creator Duncan Evans (@curlykidlife) quit his job with zero camera and editing skills to set out on this new path three years ago.⁣
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“A lot of the effects I create have been done before in some capacity, so I try to put my sense of humor on it to make it unique. It’s important to me that I maintain my playful, silly and childlike imagination. ⁣
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For me, it starts with a nugget of an idea. This video came from the coronavirus situation and the fact that we as a whole country were having to stay at home, constantly hearing, YOU MUST STAY AT HOME. I thought, ‘What if a house had legs?’ Technically he’s still home, so he could go anywhere, right?⁣
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It’s interesting to let people in every now and then and show them the workings behind the videos I create — revealing the story within the story, the trials and the tribulations I went through to produce that final 15- to 20-second video.⁣
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Some will learn from it and be really interested in the technical breakdown or others are just curious to know, ‘How did you do that?’”⁣
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#ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣
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Video by @curlykidlife.

“If my mum was a VFX artist and my dad was a meme page, I am the offspring.”⁣ ⁣ Welsh creator Duncan Evans (@curlykidlife ) quit his job with zero camera and editing skills to set out on this new path three years ago.⁣ ⁣ “A lot of the effects I create have been done before in some capacity, so I try to put my sense of humor on it to make it unique. It’s important to me that I maintain my playful, silly and childlike imagination. ⁣ ⁣ For me, it starts with a nugget of an idea. This video came from the coronavirus situation and the fact that we as a whole country were having to stay at home, constantly hearing, YOU MUST STAY AT HOME. I thought, ‘What if a house had legs?’ Technically he’s still home, so he could go anywhere, right?⁣ ⁣ It’s interesting to let people in every now and then and show them the workings behind the videos I create — revealing the story within the story, the trials and the tribulations I went through to produce that final 15- to 20-second video.⁣ ⁣ Some will learn from it and be really interested in the technical breakdown or others are just curious to know, ‘How did you do that?’”⁣ ⁣ #ThisWeekOnInstagram ⁣ ⁣ Video by @curlykidlife ...

Product designer and photographer Mariyan Atanasov (@mariyanatanasov) transforms high-rise apartment blocks into compositions reminiscent of a classic 1980s video game. 😉⁣
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“For me, the design and the photography are two disciplines that share quite common characteristics and rules. I quite often see the pictures in some imaginary grids, and I try to order the elements in some composition that works for me. It is the same with the design.⁣
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I like minimalism, suprematism and geometry. I search for the contrast of small and big sizes, bright and dark colors, rounded and rigid shapes, smooth and rough textures. The architecture itself gives me the opportunity to do that more easily than any other genre of photography.⁣
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My images can easily be categorized as minimalistic and surrealistic artworks. I try to make the things as simple as possible and sometimes even more abstract than is needed.”⁣
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#ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣
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Photo illustrations by @mariyanatanasov.

Product designer and photographer Mariyan Atanasov (@mariyanatanasov ) transforms high-rise apartment blocks into compositions reminiscent of a classic 1980s video game. 😉⁣ ⁣ “For me, the design and the photography are two disciplines that share quite common characteristics and rules. I quite often see the pictures in some imaginary grids, and I try to order the elements in some composition that works for me. It is the same with the design.⁣ ⁣ I like minimalism, suprematism and geometry. I search for the contrast of small and big sizes, bright and dark colors, rounded and rigid shapes, smooth and rough textures. The architecture itself gives me the opportunity to do that more easily than any other genre of photography.⁣ ⁣ My images can easily be categorized as minimalistic and surrealistic artworks. I try to make the things as simple as possible and sometimes even more abstract than is needed.”⁣ ⁣ #ThisWeekOnInstagram ⁣ ⁣ Photo illustrations by @mariyanatanasov Photo illustration of a yellow and white apartment building; several sections are flying up toward the sky. ...

Architectural designer Amey Kandalgaonkar’s (@ameyzing_architect) personal project work pushes the boundaries of what is possible in his field.⁣
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“Even though my works may appear as fantasy, I strive to ensure that these ideas and projects are feasible and buildable in the real world,” says Amey who is originally from Mumbai and currently based in Vancouver, Canada. “Initially, my work was surreal and inspired from the 1970s brutalist movement. Now, it evolved to reflect Utopia and neo-brutalism. One theme that has remained constant throughout my work is escapism — the placement of architecture in the natural world, devoid of civilization.”⁣
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More recently, Amey’s work explores organic forms, like the undulating topography of sand dunes, the features of meteor craters and even the hydrodynamic bodies of stingrays.⁣
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“The future of architecture is now! What we imagine today will pave the way for future architectural discourse, development of innovative construction technologies and practices.”⁣
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#ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣
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Photo illustrations by @ameyzing_architect.

Architectural designer Amey Kandalgaonkar’s (@ameyzing_architect ) personal project work pushes the boundaries of what is possible in his field.⁣ ⁣ “Even though my works may appear as fantasy, I strive to ensure that these ideas and projects are feasible and buildable in the real world,” says Amey who is originally from Mumbai and currently based in Vancouver, Canada. “Initially, my work was surreal and inspired from the 1970s brutalist movement. Now, it evolved to reflect Utopia and neo-brutalism. One theme that has remained constant throughout my work is escapism — the placement of architecture in the natural world, devoid of civilization.”⁣ ⁣ More recently, Amey’s work explores organic forms, like the undulating topography of sand dunes, the features of meteor craters and even the hydrodynamic bodies of stingrays.⁣ ⁣ “The future of architecture is now! What we imagine today will pave the way for future architectural discourse, development of innovative construction technologies and practices.”⁣ ⁣ #ThisWeekOnInstagram ⁣ ⁣ Photo illustrations by @ameyzing_architect Photo illustration of a geometric building on a beach with waves crashing. ...

#HelloFrom the Ambuluwawa Tower in Sri Lanka.⁣⁣
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We are dreaming of climbing the narrow winding stairway of this unusual structure. Part of a biodiversity complex, the hilltop tower is a celebration of environmentalism and religious diversity; it’s the country’s first multi-religious sanctuary.⁣⁣
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Photo by @stefanogera.

#HelloFrom the Ambuluwawa Tower in Sri Lanka.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ We are dreaming of climbing the narrow winding stairway of this unusual structure. Part of a biodiversity complex, the hilltop tower is a celebration of environmentalism and religious diversity; it’s the country’s first multi-religious sanctuary.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Photo by @stefanogera Photo by Instagram in Ambuluwawa. A imagem pode conter: céu e atividades ao ar livre. ...

Line ‘em up for #WeeklyFluff! 🐕⁣
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Meet Woody (@woodytheminidach), a lovable miniature dachshund who has no problem keeping his plush and ornamental friends in order.⁣
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Photo by @woodytheminidach.

Line ‘em up for #WeeklyFluff ! 🐕⁣ ⁣ Meet Woody (@woodytheminidach ), a lovable miniature dachshund who has no problem keeping his plush and ornamental friends in order.⁣ ⁣ Photo by @woodytheminidach A row of dachshund stuffed animals lined up with a real dachshund at the end. ...

Peekaboo! Sometimes the most delightful things in life are right in front of you.⁣
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Discover more videos that made us smile this week, right now on our story.⁣
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Video by @wilbur_tiel.

Peekaboo! Sometimes the most delightful things in life are right in front of you.⁣ ⁣ Discover more videos that made us smile this week, right now on our story.⁣ ⁣ Video by @wilbur_tiel ...

“Bettunika (@bettunika) is intuition, oddness and fun created into ceramics,” explains ceramicist and small business owner Betina Jørgensen. “My nickname is Betut and my design philosophy is to make every piece unique. The combination of these two became Betut-unika (meaning unique in Danish).”⁣
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Just a year and a half ago, Betina converted a bedroom at home into a workshop and started firing ceramics as a hobby. With support from her daughter, the two realized her pieces had real potential. “Dare to trust your talent,” urges Betina. “Stop worrying about rules of perfection — being creative intuitively challenges the norms.”⁣
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Learn more about Betina’s small business and holiday plans on today’s story. ✨⁣
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Photo by @bettunika.

“Bettunika (@bettunika ) is intuition, oddness and fun created into ceramics,” explains ceramicist and small business owner Betina Jørgensen. “My nickname is Betut and my design philosophy is to make every piece unique. The combination of these two became Betut-unika (meaning unique in Danish).”⁣ ⁣ Just a year and a half ago, Betina converted a bedroom at home into a workshop and started firing ceramics as a hobby. With support from her daughter, the two realized her pieces had real potential. “Dare to trust your talent,” urges Betina. “Stop worrying about rules of perfection — being creative intuitively challenges the norms.”⁣ ⁣ Learn more about Betina’s small business and holiday plans on today’s story. ✨⁣ ⁣ Photo by @bettunika A person’s hand is shown holding a blue and white ceramic piece against a blue sky. ...

“I am often inspired the most by discovering how things work and trying to re-create that process inside of the 3D world,” says creative director Lukas Vojir (@lukasvojir).⁣
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“It has a lot to do with asking an interesting ‘what if’ question at the start. I love that 3D allows for a mix of so many different disciplines, even as an individual or a small collective you can achieve so much with CGI that would otherwise just not be possible,” says Lukas, who collaborates with his partner Alexa Sirbu (@alexa_sirbu) through their studio XK studio (@xk.studio).⁣
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“My fascination with how things move and Alexa’s talent in how things look and feel makes it work,” says Lukas. “‘0% Food’ series was one of the launching projects of XK studio. The inspiration was fascination with different qualities of food — the mechanics of how certain dishes are put together and the oozing, satisfying look to it. I think what defines our approach is the focus on mesmerizing motion; it can be something very simple in terms of an idea or shape and texture but the way it moves mustn’t let you go and just scroll or swipe past it.”⁣
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#ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣
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Videos by @lukasvojir.

“I am often inspired the most by discovering how things work and trying to re-create that process inside of the 3D world,” says creative director Lukas Vojir (@lukasvojir ).⁣ ⁣ “It has a lot to do with asking an interesting ‘what if’ question at the start. I love that 3D allows for a mix of so many different disciplines, even as an individual or a small collective you can achieve so much with CGI that would otherwise just not be possible,” says Lukas, who collaborates with his partner Alexa Sirbu (@alexa_sirbu ) through their studio XK studio (@xk.studio ).⁣ ⁣ “My fascination with how things move and Alexa’s talent in how things look and feel makes it work,” says Lukas. “‘0% Food’ series was one of the launching projects of XK studio. The inspiration was fascination with different qualities of food — the mechanics of how certain dishes are put together and the oozing, satisfying look to it. I think what defines our approach is the focus on mesmerizing motion; it can be something very simple in terms of an idea or shape and texture but the way it moves mustn’t let you go and just scroll or swipe past it.”⁣ ⁣ #ThisWeekOnInstagram ⁣ ⁣ Videos by @lukasvojir ...

No computers were used at any point in the making of these machines or images. Instead, artist James Gandy (@gandyworks) hand-builds harmonographs, wooden and metal devices that employ pendulums to create patterns and geometric images.⁣
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“The drawings are a demonstration of the proper function of the mechanical process. I enjoy the drawings, but the real fun is making the machine and experimenting with various mechanisms,” he says.⁣
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“One of the signature elements that makes up the designs is a continuous line either making ellipses or arcing lines in close series creating forms, sometimes cyclic and geometric and sometimes more amorphous and organic.⁣
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The time-lapse videos are satisfying because you see often unlikely forms take shape very quickly. The drawings are quite slow to finish in real time. I think these forms and shapes are universally appealing because of the natural laws of physics that determine the designs.”⁣
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#ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣
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Videos by @gandyworks.

No computers were used at any point in the making of these machines or images. Instead, artist James Gandy (@gandyworks ) hand-builds harmonographs, wooden and metal devices that employ pendulums to create patterns and geometric images.⁣ ⁣ “The drawings are a demonstration of the proper function of the mechanical process. I enjoy the drawings, but the real fun is making the machine and experimenting with various mechanisms,” he says.⁣ ⁣ “One of the signature elements that makes up the designs is a continuous line either making ellipses or arcing lines in close series creating forms, sometimes cyclic and geometric and sometimes more amorphous and organic.⁣ ⁣ The time-lapse videos are satisfying because you see often unlikely forms take shape very quickly. The drawings are quite slow to finish in real time. I think these forms and shapes are universally appealing because of the natural laws of physics that determine the designs.”⁣ ⁣ #ThisWeekOnInstagram ⁣ ⁣ Videos by @gandyworks ...

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