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Hello, everyone, and happy November! You know what this means. It’s time for us to go over some of our favorite tweets from last month! And did we find some good ones! From gorgeous travels and hot air balloons, to awesome geometric structures and cool embroideries, not to mention remembering musicians we have lost, we have a collection for you to view today. So, sit back, relax, and let’s take a look at the tweets we loved in October.
I actually had the opportunity to meet Nik and Dusty when they came to Texas A&M this past spring. They were talking to some of the classes in my department, and we got to show them around campus, and go to a baseball game. They’re pretty awesome people, doing what they love, going to gorgeous locations like this! The Santa Elena Canyon in Big Bend National Park is just breathtaking. And what a photo they captured. It really makes me want to go rafting so I can see it in person.
By now, you all should know that anything with bright, bold colors and unusual designs makes me happy. Well, check out this house! It is BOLD, BRIGHT, and you can reconfigure the pieces. It’s like playing Tetris. It makes me giddy just thinking about what could be done with something like this. Bored with your house layout? No worries, you can swap the pieces around and create a whole new space. I need this badly.
I have loved hot air balloons for most of my life, and knowing there is a massive hot air balloon festival every year makes me really want to go to Albuquerque! The International Balloon Fiesta is the largest hot air balloon festival in the world, as well as the most photographed. Well, I can see why! Who wouldn’t want to go and take pictures of hundreds of hot air balloons as they take to the sky in their gorgeous, colorful designs? I know I would, and I’m a terrible photographer!
Everyone knows I love embroidery, and I love art. I appreciate when people take a medium that they love and use it to promote their ideas and beliefs in a constructive way. There is no denying here what thread artist and craftivist Shannon Downey (@badasscrossstitch) meant when she stitched this. Times are changing. And people are tired of others not being held responsible for their actions. What better way to showcase that frustration than with a hand-stitched embroidery (you can purchase the pattern and kit at DMC.com!) complete with expletives to further the point?
dancing geometries by japanese studio euphrates - stay tuned for full coverage. pic.twitter.com/R9u6fBLhhK— designboom (@designboom) October 3, 2017
I keep seeing this everywhere, and I just love it. Japanese Studio Euphrates took a dancing ballerina and made her movements into geometric shapes that dance around the floor. It just blows my mind. I may not like math, but I love shapes. Seeing the graceful movements of a ballerina being transformed into geometric shapes is absolutely fantastic. It really showcases how exact and perfect her movements are. I want to see more!
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From across the canyon, a guitar plays— Electro-Harmonix (@EHX) October 2, 2017
Through an amplifier on a long delay
RIP Tom Petty
I don’t know about you guys, but I have always loved Tom Petty songs. There’s just something beautiful about his music. When I heard about his passing, I listened to a bunch of his songs on repeat. And naturally, Free Fallin’ was the one I listened to the most. It’s my favorite, and you can really belt it out. It seems like the right thing to do when an influential musician passes and, when the songs are beautiful, they seem to help ease the pain of those who are hurting from the loss. Which of his songs is your favorite?
That’s all for now, folks! What did you think of this month’s tweets? Is there one that really speaks to you? Let me know in the comments below, and don’t forget to share this post with your family and friends. Until next time, stay creative, my friends.