Paul Fuentes, a graphic designer lives in Mexico City makes incredible, creative and awesome surrealistic designs that will inspire you and makes you wonder. Let's have a look at some of them. Do check his Instagram account for more inspiration. Share your thoughts in the comment section!
Friday, February 12, 2016
Saturday, April 11, 2015
There is a joint present at the back of your head as shown in the picture. The point is known as Feng Fu which means 'Wind Mansion'. You just have to put ice cube on this point Feng Fu for 20 minutes. First you'll feel cold but after some time you will feel warm.
Do this process daily and do this in the morning or at night before going to sleep. By doing this, you'll feel euphoria because of the release of the endorphins. There are much more benefits of this technique. See Below:
- Improvement in sleep
- Improve in your mood
- Improvement in digestion
- No more colds
- No headaches and toothaches
- No more joint pain
- Help with Respiratory diseases
- Relief from thyroid gland disorders
- Relief from asthma
- Help with Menstrual cycle
- Relief from insomnia, depression and stress
- Better management of psycho-emotional disorders
- Help with mental health
- Help with sexually transmitted and gastrointestinal infections
- Relief from hypotension, hypertension and arthritis
This method does not cure but helps the body to returns its physical balance. This method may show contraindications in cases of schizophrenia, epilepsy, pacemakers and during pregnancy.
Monday, October 27, 2014
Every year Foreign Policy ranks the countries on the basis of economical, social, corruption and political scores. Out of 178 countries they have posted the top 50 worst countries in the world they call them Postcards from Hell. Lets have a look at this year's most failed countries in the world.
Worst Countries in the World
1. South Sudan
|Credits: CAMILLE LEPAGE/AFP/Getty Images|
|Credits: Mohamed Abdiwahab/AFP/Getty Images|
Sunday, October 19, 2014
Monday, August 18, 2014
23 years old photographer Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji from Iran captures the beautiful panoramic and architectural mosque photos you haven't seen before. Words from his site:
I have been taking photos for 5 years, and have learned much through talking to other photographers, sharing my pictures and receiving feedback, and watching tutorials on the internet.Most of my pics are Covering very Wide angle of view (show Entire Building in one Picture) and also they are High Dynamic Range. for me light is very Special element in Photography.