Visit The Corning Museum of Glass
Jony Ive’s gradients pack.
#PancakeMorning Sundays with @theotherfudge
In his professional life, Travis Millard (@theotherfudge) is the creative force behind Fudge Factory Comics. But when home on the weekends, Travis finds another outlet to keep his creative energies flowing: #PancakeMorning Sundays. While most people are still snoozing or waiting for their jolt of caffeine to kick in, Travis is getting creative with pancake batter and sharing his creations on Instagram.
"I’ve never been too big on eating pancakes," Travis admits. "They get in my beard and I smell like syrup all day." Rather, his creations were inspired by a friendly rivalry with Canadian writer, musician and filmmaker Gavin McInnes (@thegavin2000).
"I’d been following the pancakes Gavin McInnes makes for his kids and posts every Sunday. He’d been heckling me about drawing ‘sausage fingers’ in the comments of my pancake posts for some time, so I decided I needed to polish my pancake craft and beat him at his own game.”
"The battle rages on," says Travis.
Interested at trying your hand at a #PancakeMorning creation? Travis offers some tips: “Just pick up any generic ketchup squirter and draw into the pan with it. Pro tip: get a second squirter with a thinner batter mix for tonal fills.”
Lucas e as Vulvas.
Boo! (at Lucas Machado’s House)
The Granite Peaks of South Korea’s Seoraksan National Park
Tucked in the northeastern corner of South Korea sits the lush and majestic Seoraksan National Park.
The park, established in 1970 and currently under consideration for UNESCO World Heritage status, is home to more than 1,000 plant and 1,500 animal species making it a destination for nature lovers from around the globe.
Another draw is the area’s dramatic—and photogenic—granite cliffs, some of which climb as high as 5,600 ft (1,700m) above sea level.
Explore Seoraksan and its rich geographical and ecological diversity through Instagram by visiting the 설악산국립공원 (Seoraksan National Park) location page.
Boa noite, sei lá.