Daily I Ching for Wednesday 4 December 2019: P’i (Stagnation), Hexagram 12 —

P’i (Stagnation), Hexagram 12 – P’i refers to a time of stagnation and to the fragility of life. It also represents a form of adversity that is caused by certain types of people in and around one’s life. P’i serves as a warning to be aware of those who don’t have your best interests at heart, […] via Daily I Ching for Wednesday 4 December 2019: … Continue reading Daily I Ching for Wednesday 4 December 2019: P’i (Stagnation), Hexagram 12 —

Women’s Work: Brisbane showcases its biggest display of women’s street art

Brisbane’s biggest display of women’s street art, Women’s Work, is taking place at the Outdoor Gallery Exhibition from now until 1 December 2019. Curated by Brisbane Art Matriachs! (BAM), a collective of up-and-coming female arts leaders working towards bridging the gap for women exhibiting in public spaces, Women’s Work celebrates the empowering artforms and originality of female creatives through a series of outdoor installations, guided tours and talks. … Continue reading Women’s Work: Brisbane showcases its biggest display of women’s street art

Mural by Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada in Turin raises awareness of Sustainable Energy — Inspiring City

A mural created to raise awareness of the importance of sustainable energy has been created in Turin. From Barcelona based Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada. It is a piece which, according to the artist, “alludes to the importance of acting now to assure a positive outcome.” Called ‘Promise’ it features the image of a young girl. She is… via Mural by Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada in Turin raises awareness of Sustainable … Continue reading Mural by Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada in Turin raises awareness of Sustainable Energy — Inspiring City

Hunting Pollution: Rome’s giant tri-coloured heron mural made from anti-pollution paint helping to save the environment

Rome’s issues with road traffic and air pollution are well documted, but now a member of the natural world has come to its rescue by way of a huge mural of a tri-coloured heron created using anti-pollution paint. The mural by Milanese street artist Federico Massa, aka Iena Cruz, stretches over 1000 square-metres of a seven-story building in the Ostiense district. Entitled Hunting Pollution, the … Continue reading Hunting Pollution: Rome’s giant tri-coloured heron mural made from anti-pollution paint helping to save the environment

Tarot Guidance for Saturday 18 May 2019: Ace of Pentacles

A new idea or opportunity that will boost your finances and career is being presented as the Ace of Pentacles suggests. You may hear from a friend or an associate about a project, or it may be that you are branching out and setting up your own business. Either way these opportunities will prove fruitful […] via Tarot Guidance for Saturday 18 May 2019: Ace of … Continue reading Tarot Guidance for Saturday 18 May 2019: Ace of Pentacles

Street art project, Happy City Birds, creates more than 3,500 birdhouses from upcycled materials

Danish street artist Thomas Dambo is helping to provide a humble abode for the bird population thanks to his birdhouses – made from upcycled materials – found in urban centres all over the world. The ongoing project, Happy City Birds, sees Thomas Dambo and his team install the birdhouses against buildings, grouped on tall poles, or spaced throughout existing trees. Since 2006, more than 3500 … Continue reading Street art project, Happy City Birds, creates more than 3,500 birdhouses from upcycled materials

Mexican Street Artist Sune Nesu visits London — Inspiring City

From the Coacalco district of Mexico, Sune Nesu is an artist inspired by the fantastical creatures of the region. Painting bright coloured combinations of different types of birds and animals. His street art internationally is very much a homage to his home area. Known as Alebrije’s these are colourful symbols of Mexico. A rabbit with… via Mexican Street Artist Sune Nesu visits London — Inspiring City Continue reading Mexican Street Artist Sune Nesu visits London — Inspiring City

Where there’s plastic, there’s a circular solution

It is a fact that plastic is a rather insidious material, but it is also a fact that wherever there is plastic there is also a solution. The solutions are far and wide, and there are many individuals and businesses turning the material in to something workable. Creating new products from recycled plastic is not a new thing. There are a number of businesses worldwide … Continue reading Where there’s plastic, there’s a circular solution

How to take a holiday and help out on environmental projects while there

With the preservation of the planet of utmost importance and relevance to people’s lives, many people are opting for holidays abroad and closer to home where they can take part as a volunteer on an environmental project. These projects are as varied as beach or river clean ups, planting trees and wildlife rescue. Some projects are also family-friendly, which means kids can also get involved … Continue reading How to take a holiday and help out on environmental projects while there

Daily I Ching for Tuesday 8 January 2019: Ku (Correction), Hexagram 18

Ku (Correction), Hexagram 18 – Ku (Correction) indicates that progress has come to a halt, largely due to a situation or issue that was not previously dealt with. In order to continue to make progress, that which was once brushed aside must now be addressed and cleared up once and for all. Once you have […] via Daily I Ching for Tuesday 8 January 2019: Ku … Continue reading Daily I Ching for Tuesday 8 January 2019: Ku (Correction), Hexagram 18