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S’MORES CAKE / #FATFRIDAY

August 10, 2012

It’s a s’mores cake!

s'mores cake

You will need: a 5″ double layer cake already baked and cooled, white buttercream frosting, several unbroken graham crackers, chocolate frosting (the pre-made kind in a plastic container from the grocery store works great, we used Pillsbury Fudge Icing)

s'mores cake

s'mores cake

Place a small bit of frosting onto your plate or cake stand to keep the graham crackers in place. Add a square layer of graham crackers onto the frosting. Gently place the first layer of cake on top of the graham crackers. Frost a thick layer of frosting onto the first layer then add the second layer of cake on top of that one. Frost the outside of the cake. If you need some help, you can watch our video on how to frost a cake. If you are feeling brave, you can frost the cake first and then slide it onto the graham crackers. Your choice! Once the cake is frosted with the white buttercream frosting and added to the bottom layer of graham crackers, soften the chocolate icing in the microwave for a few seconds. Frost it carefully onto the cake to look like the melted chocolate in a s’more. Then add more graham crackers to the top.

Cake by Cheri Robinson. Photos by Julie Parker

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NO DOUBT NEW SONG! / Settle Down

July 17, 2012

 

 

No Doubt has released his first song in over ten years, is about ‘Settle Down’ single from her sixth studio album, “Push and Shove ‘. You can listen via RyanSeacrest.com and is now available in digital format on iTunes and other stores.

The band released the video today and will be directed by Sophie Muller via E!. “Push and Shove” will launch on September 25.

watermelon mojito popsicles.

May 31, 2012

THIS

SUMMER

Monocle’s business travel guide.

February 7, 2012

Monocle’s concise, informed, downloadable guides to the top business cities and resorts. From working breakfasts to playful dinners, they give you all the contacts you need.

CLICK HERE:

http://www.monocle.com/2525/default.aspx

NEW trailer! My Week With Marilyn

November 23, 2011

 

November 13, 2011

Before i die…

November 7, 2011

It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day and forget what really matters to you. With help from old and new friends, Candy turned the side of an abandoned house in her neighborhood in New Orleans into a giant chalkboard where residents can write on the wall and remember what is important to them. Stenciled with the sentence “Before I die I want to _______”, the wall became a space where we could learn the hopes and dreams of the people around us. Before I Die transformed a neglected space into a constructive one to help improve our neighborhood and our personal well-being. It’s a question that changed her over the last year after she lost someone she loved very much.

From the funny and creative to the thoughtful and heartbreaking, the reaction to the wall was more than Candy could have ever imagined. Before I die I want… to sing for millions, to see my daughter graduate, to eat a salad with an alien, to straddle the International Date Line, to cook a souffle, to love and be loved, to abandon all insecurities, to be completely myself…  After receiving many requests from people around the world, she and her Civic Center colleagues created aBefore I Die Toolkit to help you create a wall with your community. Thanks to your passion, this participatory public art project is currently expanding to cities around the world, including Amsterdam, Portsmouth, Querétaro, Almaty, San Diego, Lisbon, Brooklyn, and beyond – see other walls on the project site! You can also take a piece of the dream home with you with a limited edition painting and submit your dreams on the project site. Together, we can change the way our public spaces are designed to better reflect what is important to us as a community and as individuals.

2011, Chalkboard paint, Stencils and spray paint, 41′ x 8′. New Orleans, LA, Self-initiated with permission from the property owner, residents of the block, the neighborhood association’s blight committee, the Historic District Landmarks Commission, the Arts Council, and the City Planning Commission. Studio assistance: Kristina Kassem, Installation assistance: Kristina Kassem, Alan Williams, Cory Klemmer, Anamaria Vizcaino, James Reeves, Alex Vialou, Sean Knowlton, Carolina Caballero, Earl Carlson, and Gary Hustwit. Concurrently installed in East/West Galleries. With generous support from the Black Rock Arts Foundation

http://candychang.com/before-i-die-in-nola/

Via @pauuu_mg

Diego luna & Katy Perry Video

November 5, 2011

For anyone wondering who Katy Perry is pining over on her song “The One That Got Away,” it seems the video may have the answer. The songstress has enlisted Mexican movie star Diego Luna to play the male lead.

In a teaser posted by the singer, Luna and Perry embrace and share longing looks and some flirty moments as a voice narrates the story. “The past is like a handful of dust,” the voice-over says. “It filters through your fingers, disappearing little by little.”

Of course, it’s not all romantic: As a car zooms down a highway, a montage of the good and the bad times — there’s fighting and Luna leaving Perry behind — helps tease a bit more about their love affair. “I wish, for one day, I could go back,” the voice-over continues, “In another life, I would do things differently.”

At the end of the preview, the date “11/11/11” flashes, signifying a possible release date for the video. (A rep for the singer hadn’t responded to MTV News’ request for confirmation by press time.)

“I’m so pleased to select ‘The One That Got Away’ as my sixth single because this song shows a very different side of me that I haven’t shown with my past singles on this record. I think that everyone can relate to this song,” Perry has previously said about the Teenage Dream ballad. “I wrote this song about when you promise someone forever, but you end up not being able to follow through. It’s a bittersweet story — hopefully, the listener learns from hearing it and never has to say they had ‘The One’ get away.”

It’s certainly an on-trend video idea to use sweeping story lines to help shape the visual elements of tracks about the ups and downs of love. Joe Jonas made a similar move for his Parisian-set clip for “Just in Love With You” and Rihanna also explored some more serious story lines for her racy “We Found Love” clip.

A man who views the world the same at fifty as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life

Muammaed Ali

November 4, 2011

Im the 5,077,269,425th on earth

November 2, 2011

The world’s population is expected to hit seven billion in the next few weeks. After growing very slowly for most of human history, the number of people on Earth has more than doubled in the last 50 years. Where do you fit into this story of human life? Fill in your date of birth below to find out.

Click here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-15391515

Hilton Bubble Bar by Taittingen Champagne

November 1, 2011

During the last night of 2011 will be inaugurated

this Bubble Bar specially designed by Jean-Hugues de Chatillon Taittinger Champagne for the Hilton

Arc deTriomphe in Paris. The reservation of a table

can be performed today on its website.

http://www.hiltonarcdetriomphe.com/

Via @MarlonCamacho

Il Museo di Gucci

November 1, 2011

As part of the celebration of his ninety years, Gucci has opened his own museum in the city of Firenze. The museum is free and is in the heart of the Palazzo dellaMercanzia. Iconic objects are exhibited in the history of the brand.

Visit it online

http://www.gucci.com/it/worldofgucci/mosaic/think_forever/gucci_muse

@MarlonCamacho

From Riverside, CA. USA.

I can imagine the lightshow of Xmas.

 

 

This is Halloween #Lightshow

October 30, 2011

he WVIL represents Artefact’s passion for creativity

and strategic vision in the camera space

As you’ve most likely figured out, the WVIL camera

is not a real product, but a Concept Camera envisioned

by Artefact’s award-winning design team. It answers

the question: “what’s next for camera design?”

 

What’s next for camera design?

October 30, 2011

Nimmersatt

October 24, 2011

Individual light for individual living – a luminaire with self-reliance.

This visionary luminaire represents the spirit of our time. A reduced but expressive OLED lamp, as flexible and multifaceted as daily life itself . Nine OLED elements shaped like tiles can be configured and arranged individually.
Visit us: Qubique, 26.-29.10.2011

Designer: Simon Brünner (Germany)
Manufacturer: labme (Germany)

Cool wall sticker

October 18, 2011