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As someone who’s thesis consisted of a 200 book on the beauty of the ordinary, I appreciate this short called The Surrealism of The Mundane by Ace Norton.
I just spent an eternity clicking through the insanely big archive of Duvet Cover Designs over Society 6.
I could have made some serious use of Google’s Translate App when I traveled to Asia a little over a year ago.
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This is an astounding behind-the-scenes video about the technologies running the NYC subway system. While I knew that the system is *old* I didn’t realize the infrastructure has never really updated and still is run with 1930 equipment.
In this CreativeMornings/SF talk Wilson Miner talks about collaboration and it’s crossover with appropriation.
Last week this little family adopted a rescue cat from an ASPCA shelter in Manhattan. While we are still trying to figure out a name (most difficult process in history) the cat is super happy and so are my kids.
At the age of 17, José was sentenced to '15 years to life' for murder. He incurred additional charges inside, and was denied parole 9 times.
The Overview Effect, first described by author Frank White in 1987, is an experience that transforms astronauts’ perspective of Earth and mankind’s place upon it.
Calvin Seibert sculpts impressive Modernist Sandcastles. So much YES!
Rives has a contagious obsession with 4 a.m. At TED2007, the poet shared what was then a minor fixation with a time that kept popping up everywhere.
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Established in 1923 by the American Institute of Graphic Arts as “Fifty Books,” the 50 Books | 50 Covers competition is now the longest continually running design competition in the United States.
Inspired by traditional Japanese fishermen’s packs, the Bucket Bag can be carried as a spacious tote or cinched shut and slung over your shoulder.
I thoroughly enjoyed this episode of This American Life on a car plant called NUMMI in Fremont California that might have saved the U.S.
If you’re not familiar with Keith Jarrett’s The Koeln Concert, do yourself a favor and listen in. – How to Do Almost Anything – Woah!
Wonderful ugmonk and krochet kids collaboration reminding consumers that behind every product is a person.
Feelers is a slightly unsettling typographic experiment based on the movement of animal appendages. (via But Does it Float)
Writer Alain De Botton says that status anxiety is more pernicious and destructive than most of us can imagine, and recommends getting out of the game altogether.
These photographs of famous European theater auditoriums taken from the stage are breathtaking. Hat tip to Klaus Frahm, the photographer.