Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , US
Come explore The Great Indoors! From crevice to crusty cranny theres something here for everyone. Trek across the Mesa Mesa or spend a night at the Couch Crack Casino. There's a whole world in there! What are you waiting for?
Art Direction: Teresa Fry Kasuba; Designer: Christopher Myles Eads; Institution: Tyler School of Art, Temple University.
Philadelphia, PA, US
Everday objects in a college student's bedroom abstractly expressed through patterns, from Dust Bunny corner to Counting Sheep Mattress. Art Direction: Teresa Fry Kasuba; Designer: Eric Bubas; College: Tyler School of Art, Temple University
London, England, United Kingdom
You don't always have to travel far to find interesting things. Being curious and constantly questioning your surroundings is the most important thing. Travelling inside your mind can be just as good. I'm inspired by how people can choose to transform boring into extraordinary in an instant.
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Smela's coat of arms depicts a girl breaking the arrow. According to the legend, during one of the Golden Horde raids, a local girl guided Russian warriors to the rear of the invaders. The enemy were defeated but the girl was killed with the enemy's arrow. Nobody knew her name, so they simply called her Smela ('a brave girl' in Russian). When the town was established there, they dicided to keep the name to commemorate the girl who saved the warriors and the local people.
I've been to Mexico three times, and have travelled to around 50 different towns and villages, plus of course all the archaeological sites and incredible natural areas that the country has to offer. These are a few of my very favourites... I always found that the more off the beaten track I went, the more incredible the places were! Some of these may be relatively well-known, but often get missed out by visitors because of their location. If you love nature, you'll be stunned by the diversity of landscapes and wildlife to be found there. Mexico's ancient history and contemporary indigenous communities are also fascinating aspects of the country to explore.