Yellowstone officially became the first national park in the United States in 1872. Not only is it home to all kinds of wild animals, but it also features a variety of impressive natural phenomena, including hot springs, geysers, and an active supervolcano.
In February, Mantis, a hospitality group with a passion for eco-friendly and conservation-focused travel, announced its latest vacation destination: Founders Railway Carriage, which provides travelers with a chance to vacation in a repurposed vintage train car.
“June” is a delicate solo piano piece. It explores the concept of being fully present in one’s life — and the importance of letting go and surrendering so this can happen.
Denim jeans have been a staple in the fashion world for what feels like forever. From cowboys to runway models, just about everyone wears them. Where did they come from, though? How did they become an essential piece of clothing in wardrobes across the globe?
Barbie dolls are a household name throughout the United States, and they have been for decades. Before there was Barbie, though, there was another doll called Lilli — and she was not marketed to kids at all.
Chalk isn’t just for children. For artists like David Zinn, it’s a powerful tool for creative expression. Zinn is known for his whimsical and highly detailed chalk drawings, which he leaves on a variety of surfaces, from sidewalks to brick walls. Often, he even incorporates real-life elements, including cracks in the concrete or a manhole cover on the street, into his finished product.
For artist Bryanna Marie, paintings on canvas are yesterday’s news. Instead, she uses pennies and other coins as the backdrop for her impressive paintings.
Bordered by Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia, and Chile, Peru is a fascinating South American country with a deep connection to its ancestral roots.
Beer Can House on Malone Street in Houston, Texas, is one of the unique houses that is purely artistic. The House has attracted the attention of photographers, folk art collectors, museum directors, writers, and film producers. The gentleman behind this creative House is a guy named John Milkovisch.
The Goldwell Open Air Museum in Beatty, Nevada, has been named one of the most unique places to view art in the entire world. It features seven massive sculptures, including a life-size version of the Last Supper, a tribute to one of Leonardo Da Vinci’s most famous paintings.