India’s Most Colorful Elephant

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Sheep March on the Streets

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A Fire-Breathing Celebration

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A Year In Narnia – No. 41

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Through the eyes of an architect: Madrid in pictures

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TED Blog

by Rebecca Smith Hurd

29-year-old Iñaki Romero Larrea describes himself as an “urbanist before architect.” As one of the five members of design and architecture collective Paisaje Transversal, he is particularly interested in figuring out how to revitalize Spain’s cities without indulging in the time-consuming traditional bid process or incurring exorbitant construction costs. For the group, what citizens and residents actually want and need must come first. That this is a potentially radical suggestion perhaps says more about the state of the architecture industry than anything else, but it’s a philosophy that is galvanizing Romero Larrea and his colleagues. In this photoessay by Vanessa Gonzalez, take a peek at some of the young urbanist’s favorite places in Madrid.

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New Theme: Collections

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We are extremely proud and excited today to announce the availability of our newest theme on WordPress.com: Collections.

This past August, The Theme Foundry caused a stir in the WordPress community when it released Collections to the public, a project almost two years in the making. Collections is not your ordinary WordPress theme; painstakingly crafted, it shares distinct groupings of content through a uniquely beautiful design, and features a new JavaScript-powered fast page loading experience.

The exclusive design of Collections is courtesy of Veerle Pieters, a world-reknowned and highly respected graphic and web designer based in Belgium. The Theme Foundry reached out to Veerle back in the Fall of 2011, proposing a project that would spotlight sharing in six distinct types of content. Over the next year or so, the designer and theme house would explore various facets of color, layout, icon design, and texture, iterating again and…

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A Boy Walks His Sheep

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