Las Vegas-based barista Mason Salisbury has applied the tie-dye treatment to everyone’s favorite caffeinated beverage, “The lattes”. It looks like the sky’s the limit when it comes to rainbow-colored eats. Just a few days ago, we feasted our eyes on kaleidoscopic grilled cheese, and today, there’s a dizzying drinkable version of the Technicolor trend. The amazing color entices the customer to take a coffee sip and enjoy new experience of life. Mason Salisbury first experimented with adding food coloring to the foam mere few days back, and the results was outstanding when lattes look like the stuff of Lisa Frank’s dreams have already gone viral. You can see Salisbury’s psychedelic twists on the widespread pick-me-up via his Instagram account, @ibrewcoffee. If an espresso buzz isn’t adequate to jazz you up on its own, these should do the trick.
Thursday, 28 April 2016
The skillful Stephanie Hare of SHare Studios reimagines the normal table lamp with her collection of glass-bottomed lighting. The remarkable minimalist designs feature a handmade paper lampshade that’s perched on top of a glass base with a rope cord set between the shade and the glass. You’ll feel this is fairly a simple decision of cord placement has an immense impact on the rest of the lamp, because it leaves the base empty and lets you to fill it with whatever you like. Hare stunning craftsmanship look and feel of excellence from top to bottom.
However Stephanie Hare offers recommendations for how to emphasize the glass vessel, one of which is a terrarium. Thus, the wide, clear vase lends itself well to this, and the vitality of the green plants with its deep brown soil make a striking juxtaposition to Hare’s clean and modern design aesthetic. Hence, if this feels too maximalist, though, the designer also showcases the spectacular drama that comes with a single flower placed inside the clear container. Indeed this is an awesome lamp, due to its outstanding quality, unique design, overall construction including the shade, filled mine with purple garnet sand mixed, colorful crystal display. So, Hare sells lamps, in numerous shapes and sizes, through her Etsy shop.
Thursday, 7 April 2016
Well, you might not live near the aurora borealis, but now you can have experience it every time you have a cup of coffee. “ThinkGeek” has introduced a distinct heat-changing mug that discloses the magnificent sight of the Northern Lights, when it's filled with hot liquid. Hence, left unheated, it simply displays a strikingly desolate landscape at the base of its handle. It makes us light up and it excites us. The thought of that first cup of coffee can really get us moving in the morning, literally and figuratively.
Therefore, “ThinkGeek” points out that as caffeine roars through our bloodstream to “make us bounce off walls,” it shares a resemblance with the aurora borealis: the particles from solar-winds barrel done the Earth’s magnetospheres and share energy to make a hypnotic sight. However, when they collide with oxygen at lower altitudes, the photons released look green or yellow the same scene that's on the mug. The stunning Aurora Borealis Heat Change Mug is available exclusively through the “ThinkGeek” website.
Friday, 1 April 2016
Well, there’s a species of spider that grows and habitually live in colonies and formed spiders webs that can reach amazingly 25 feet in height. The spider name is Social Spider also called Anelosimus Eximius is spider who socializes with its fellow spiders very quickly and builds giant spider webs reaching approximately 25 feet and 5 feet in width. This spider normally found in Brazil, but also found in South American countries from Panama to Argentina. Anelosimus spiders have a notched red or brown band on their abdomen, which is dark when preserved in alcohol, while the abdomen has a white band and/or white blotches.
In fact this species of spider is very cooperative and group living spider. Among the countless species of spiders, there are only 23 spider’s species that live in social groups. This giant spider webs can contain more than 50,000 spiders with females outnumbering men 10 to 1. The Anelosimus Eximius spider is first discovered by a French arachnologist named Eugene Simon 120 years ago. Moreover, according to the Journal of Arachnology, this Brazilian spider exciting advantage is that these social spiders acquire by building giant webs is that they can capture prey which can be much larger in size than what a solitary spider would have been able to catch.
These collective spiders work together to build, maintain and clean their webs. The social spiders are prone to heavy rains so making and maintaining mammoth webs is inevitable that leads to spiders living together. Social spiders tend to feed on heavy prey which cannot be done alone; therefore, the need of being social comes into picture. Moreover, scientists have discovered that the species did not need to overcome discrimination; both sub-social and social species of arachnids showed no discrimination towards foreign offspring.
In 2013 in Santo Antonio da Platina, Brazil, these spider webs housing large quantities of spiders were do away with by strong winds that removed the webs from their anchors, thus, carrying the spiders and their ruined home to new spots. This unique event led to a “spider rain” in which Santo Antonio da Platina people observed spiders raining from the sky. Moreover, within the built colonies, roles are segregated for all the spiders-males and females alike.
Furthermore, some work as “warriors”-those who act as raiders and attack the prey-while some work to clean and keep the webs. Hence, social spiders are likely to have evolved from sub-social ancestors through the sub-social route. It has been recommended that the transition from sub-social to social living needs a change in three behavioral traits: from premating dispersal (wherein juveniles are dispersed from the colonies before breeding) to post-mating dispersal (wherein juveniles are dispersed from the colonies after breeding), from outbreeding to inbreeding mating system, and from maternal care to helpful breeding.