Inspiration! Roundup: Trans Elders, Dandelion Art, A Space of Their Own, and More!

A roundup of inspirational things, including art and drawings.
This Week's "I want to go to there": This drawing of a city looks like a bookshelf to me, and I now I want to go to this imaginary book city!
Photo by Mateo Mood.

Trans Elders

This series of 20 portraits of trans elders is described as "showcasing the meaning of survival", and it's beautiful.

Dandelion Art

Check out the incredible sculptures made by Tokyo-based artist (euglena). They are made out of dandelion seeds!

A Space of Their Own

For years, paintings by female artists have languished in museum storage rooms, as nobody really knew who the artists were or anything about their lives. Now Jane Fortune, founder of Advancing Women Artists is creating an online database of this previously undocumented work from the 15th to 19th centuries, so these female artists can finally be known. I love it!

Imagined Architecture

Australian artist Daniel Agdag makes these lovely, delicate miniature structures.

Difficulty Level

“When you believe something is hard, the universe demonstrates the difficulty. When you believe something is easy, the universe demonstrates the ease.”
― Esther Abraham Hicks

I'm not sure I believe this to be true 100% of the time. But at least half?

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