By Gajan Tharmabalan
It's Monday and that can only mean that it's time for the Weekly Recap. If you can't make the time to visit the BOKEHinc as often as you'd like, this post is for you. Every Monday, we rundown all the posts we featured in the last week on BOKEHinc. Be sure to check them all out and start your week off with a creative bang.
Fight Club is my favorite movie. I watch a lot of movies and Fight Club, to this day, remains to be the best film I've seen. If you haven't watched it yet, I'd recommend you see it before you play this video. Or read the rest of this post for that matter...
What if the viewers of Fight Club never saw Tyler Durden? What if the audience saw the narrator, Edward Norton's character, just as those around him in the movie saw him? That's exactly what we get from this edit. If you're a fan of Fight Club, you owe it to yourself to watch this.
Here's an idea: take a bunch of common human activities, and have them being done with the feet of animals. What you're left with is something thought-provoking, to say the least. Davide Luciano captures some really interesting images that are weird, funny, and a little dark all at the same time. Take a look at the entire gallery and let it soak in. Would you be able to think of a shoot like this? What really stands out about this portfolio is the simple fact that it grabs your attention and forces you to look, whether you like it or not.
It's never too late to pickup a new skill. And while many people may attempt to just practice over and over again, there is a definite benefit in proper practice. When executed effectively, it's possible to learn something entirely new in a matter of 20 deliberate hours of practice. Check out this video and try it out for yourself. The science is in making sure you maintain an effective level of practice, rather than striving for quantity.
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