The four-year-old Aubrey Anderson-Emmons about remembering her lines.

my favorite kid!





explore-blog:


People drew maps of body locations where they feel basic emotions (top row) and more complex ones (bottom row). Hot colors show regions that people say are stimulated during the emotion. Cool colors indicate deactivated areas. 

Finnish scientists ask people to map where they felt different emotions in the body. The results were surprisingly consistent, even across culture. 
Reminiscent of, and fascinating in comparison to, Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda Viegas’s Fleshmap. 





dog persooooooooon




by Toyokazu Nagano



bookmania:

White eclectic rustic vintage classic modern living room; ceiling-to-floor shelving and art. © Sidney Morning Herald


nevver:

50 years of the most popular toys from the past (larger)