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Daniel Cairney (@careknee)
Art Student | Illustration & Visual Development.
Think back to a vivid memory and now try to remember what you had for lunch three weeks ago. That second memory probably isn't as strong, but why not? Why do we remember some things from past and not others? And, why do memories eventually fade? When you experience something, like dialing a phone number, the experience is converted into either a short term or long term memory based on what happened at that moment. If the moment is dramatic enough like a movie scene, we all know it's hard to forget.
On the other hand, dull and repetitive moments are easy to forget than cherished for a long time. That could be the reason we have all stored our good old memorie
Andreas Georgakis (@andreasgeorgakis)
"The other day, I met a dog who taught me how to die." ~ Biagio
Jacob Peltola (@jtpup0)
game jam, sloth, and claymation enthusiast, makes video games and sounds.
Photographer, Video Maker, and photoshop.
Neil Abner Ocampo Espiritu (@neilsanity)
I'll make your existence worth living
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Galley provisioning wants a great deal of believed Should you be likely blue h2o sailing, or on an extended coastal cruise, a lot of pre-preparing needs to enter your time and effort at sea. Start out two or three months forward and compose all the things that you choose to consume and consume down inside of a binder.
Lauren Bz (@lbecze)
Chicago-born Photographer + Designer
Jack Gillespie (@justnobody)
Cameraman for the school's local cable broadcast show, founding member of world-famous band The Polka Virgins, and overall dork with a speech impediment.
Ello Zines (@ellozine)
Little beacon where we will repost, promote, and encourage all zines, big and small ...
Cameron Abides (@cameronabides)
"Phones ringing, dude"