Life Inside A Tiny Parisian Apartment

What would you be willing to put up with in order to live in Paris? Maybe several flights of stairs and a living space about the size of a large closet? If that’s the case, then this diminutive domicile is just for you. With an area of only 86 square feet, this is without a doubt one of the tiniest homes in Paris. And yet, it’s entirely functional. Which is to say, its size scarcity won’t lead you to the brink of insanity and then push you over the edge.

Take a tour of the petite abode with Kitoko Studio, the masterminds behind the apartment’s functionality-minded renovation, and see if this sort of lifestyle is for you.

These Awesome Experimental Videos Expand Our Understanding Of Beauty

Since its inception, television has been a means to reflect a given society’s values as well as shape them. Over time, music videos, TV series and films have helped create an essential feminine beauty that’s based more on mythology than reality, and one that can have harmful effects on a woman’s sense of self-worth. Performance artist Kitty Von-Sometime (yes, that’s actually her name) is tired of it, and is using music videos to challenge the very myths that are spread through them.

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How Macarons Are Made

The macaron is without a doubt the trendiest cookie on the Internet: it comes in cute colors and flavors, and its petite, symmetrical shape renders the cookie very aesthetically pleasing.

What’s surprisingly as pleasing as biting into the cookie, though, is watching this video–produced by Maxim Dianov for Mon Bon Macaron–on how the Beyoncé of cookies is actually made. Unlike the macaron, though, watching this video won’t make you fat. Bon appétit !

Memories Of Tokyo During Cherry Blossom Season

From director Miguel Santana:

“A cinematic journey through Japan’s capital during full cherry blossom season.

Filmed across a week in April, portraying the many faces of Tokyo – from bustling business streets to cosplay districts, urban girl-bands, robots & trains, peaceful parks, shrines and temples, where cherry blossoms fall like snow.

With thanks to the beautiful people of Tokyo. We’ll be back.”

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