1. (Source: hypebeast.com)

  2. (Source: hypebeast.com)


  6. artsy:

    "I admire Ai Weiwei for his art and his activism. His art is beautiful in form, and in function embodies the principles of populism and social consciousness I aspire to in my own practice. This poster is a tribute to Ai Weiwei’s art, his courage to be outspoken, and in support of his ongoing political struggle with the Chinese government. I hope the image will help raise awareness and advance dialogue that might lead to permission for Ai Weiwei to travel freely and continue to express himself.”—Shepard Fairey

    Explore the Brooklyn Museum’s #BKArtistsBall on Artsy.

  7. blueharmonytea:

    While waiting for the shows, we were honoured with a performance by a young master following the footsteps of the Grandmasters. Foshan truly is a martial arts city!

  8. starwars:

    Artist of the Week - Jon Foster

  9. That jacket tho….


  12. blueharmonytea:

    One of the things you will notice in Macau is that there are small shrines dedicated to Chinese deities throughout the city. In addition to the one we saw next to the Ruin’s of St Paul, we ran into two other ones. They were a bit remote or off the main streets/attractions. There were no people there but they look well taken cared of, giving them an eerie and charming feel.

    So keep an eye opened when you wander around Macau!

  13. (Source: prettywigga, via lpdnewyork)

  14. jkspepper:

    Modern day Sauron’s Tower or Taipei 101? | | http://flic.kr/p/mks1xv

  15. blueharmonytea:

    There is a show happening at one of the Wynn’s entrance, where every half an hour something comes out of a bronze globe shaped like Earth. On the ceiling there is a representation of the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac.

    As the lights go off and a dramatic music starts, the globe opens in half to unveil an imposing bronze dragon raising from below. As the majestic animal raises and rotates, the ceiling tears open to fiery visuals.

    The show looks impressive up close, as you wouldn’t guess something this big was hiding below and the mythical animal appears really lifelike. Probably the only occasion where you could see a fully shaped and imposing dragon.

    We definitely recommend to pass by the Wynn in Macau for this!