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Instagramming Affection on Valentine’s Day
Want a fun way to turn your Instagram photos into a personalized Valentine? Give Lovestagram a try!
Each year on February 14th, millions of people around the world celebrate Valentine’s Day by reaffirming their love and affection for others in their lives.
Tune in today as the Instagram community shares photos of the people and things most meaningful to them. Whether it’s a match made on Instagram, like the stories of Bailey (@hey_bails) & Ryan (@incrediryan) or Robin (@robinmay) & Matt (@matthewflemming), or people sharing the meaning behind treasured #ObjectsOfAffection, the Instagram community is brimming with love.
Don’t be afraid to share the love! Post a photograph of someone—or something—meaningful in your life on Instagram today!
Massimals are 1:1 design objects that serve as prototypes to examine how physical form can engage the public realm. These constructs are mass abstractions of animal forms fabricated in systematic fashion from one material. The suggestive forms and their specific arrangement imply docile behavior similar to animals in a petting zoo augmenting the way visitors approach and engage built form.
For the installation in the 2011 Beaux Arts Ball, this Massimal blends in with the lively atmosphere of the party by creating a spectacle in the form of a glowing volume comprised of over 20,000 zip ties.
Photographs by GLINTstudios
Fête des Lumières, or the Festival of Lights, takes place in Lyon, France, every year around December 8th for four days. The Festival of Lights is the most popular event in Lyon, drawing crowds of several million into the city’s illuminated streets each year. It includes over 80 lighting scenes all across the city of Lyon including the Place de la République, Place Bellecour, Place des Terreaux, Marches de la Guillotière, & the Place de la Bourse. The celebration unveils the architectural treasures of the city in a beautiful and unique way. Fête des Lumières’ origins date back to 1643 when the inhabitants of Lyon were struck by the plague and spared. During the outbreak, the city council promised to pay tribute to the Virgin Mary should she save them, so every year on December 8th candles were lit and offerings were given in her name. The tradition of families placing burning candles on windowsills is still observed today, in addition to the extravagant and professionally run light performances.