The company’s Coca Cola, Diet Coke, Cherry Coke, Sprite, and Fanta will be inspiration behind a new line of nail polishes for OPI products. These limited edition nail polishes will launch June 2014.
The photographer, Sarah Deragon, says,
The Identity Project is my first personal photography project and I launched it in January 2014 with the hope of photographing hundreds of LGBTQ folks in the Bay Area…This [ongoing] photography project seeks to explore the labels we choose to identify with when defining our gender and sexuality.
Shimina (Gay Masculine of Center) shares why her portrait was meaningful:
In addition to supporting my partner, who wanted to participate, I found myself wanting to be a visible face of color within the LGBT community. I do not get to see ‘people who look like me’ on a regular basis in San Francisco, but I wanted to let people know that I’m here. We’re here. Even if you don’t see someone who looks like me in your everyday happenings, I am here and I count.
UNICEF’s Tap Project essentially means that FOR EVERY MINUTE YOU DON’T USE YOUR PHONE, A DAYS WORTH OF WATER WILL BE GIVEN TO A CHILD IN NEED. The sponsor for this event is Giorgio Armani.
All you have to do is go to uniceftapproject.org ON YOUR PHONE and let the timer run and you will be helping a child in need! FRESH WATER IS VERY IMPORTANT AND YET IT IS NOT AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE. Please do this because it is quite easy to do and won’t cost you a thing!
Note: For those of you who find it hard to avoid using your phone, I suggest you run it while you sleep. :) Thank you!
“I would like to make an infographic with a scale in the middle. Make the scale even so we don’t look biased.”
Bring your strongest game or nothing.
Gerrit Rietveld, Table Lamp, 1925