We loved the designs on the walls of Achievement First Endeavor Middle School, a charter school in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, New York. What are some other ways to visually motivate yourself throughout the day?

Remember in life to live simply and love fiercely. 
(Design by Nora Logue.)

Remember in life to live simply and love fiercely. 

(Design by Nora Logue.)

A goal we’d like to share: “Say one kind thing to everyone you meet today.”

A goal we’d like to share: “Say one kind thing to everyone you meet today.”

Copenhagen Superkilen Park was created in one of the most diverse neighborhoods with more than 60 different nationalities. It was about getting the community involved in something all together. 

“We proposed public participation as the driving force of the design leading towards the maximum freedom of expression. by transforming public procedure into proactive proposition we curated a park for the people by the people – peer to peer design – literally implemented.” -Bjarke Ingels (founding partner)

This animation by London-based illustrator Katy Beveridge is achieved by attaching designs to bicycle tires, like a mobile flip book. However, the animation can’t be seen with the naked eye, but must be filmed to take on the effect seen above.

Sometimes the special things in life require a second look.

"Enjoy what you create. Look more. Read more. Explore. Make mistakes friends. Be ethical & never stop learning.”

"Enjoy what you create. Look more. Read more. Explore. Make mistakes friends. Be ethical & never stop learning.”

"Things have a way of working out." 

"Things have a way of working out." 

"Don’t cry when the sun is gone because the tears won’t let you see the stars." 
This design reminded us of a story which told us to “remember the stars.”

"Don’t cry when the sun is gone because the tears won’t let you see the stars." 

This design reminded us of a story which told us to “remember the stars.”

You can choose to make beauty wherever you find yourself today.

Art Director Daniel Rossa and his team create a magnificent and mind-bending projection display, facilitated by the existing architecture and design of the building in use.

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma weaves 2,000 wooden pieces together to create a structure that harmonizes with the traditional Japanese buildings of its surroundings, but the old-fashioned method used to achieve this is in stark contrast with the modern facility that is Starbucks.

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma weaves 2,000 wooden pieces together to create a structure that harmonizes with the traditional Japanese buildings of its surroundings, but the old-fashioned method used to achieve this is in stark contrast with the modern facility that is Starbucks.