A sneak peek of my art journal.
Here’s what I read this week:
1. A discussion of
the color black in the art world.
Living in a post-delete world.
3. The research this article is based on is kind of old, but this is still an interesting perspective on
the geography of New York business lunches that I think may be applicable elsewhere.
Stephen Colbert is a gem.
The makeup tax is a real thing.
And a bonus: Have you guys seen Mark Ronson
cover Queens of the Stone Age’s “I Sat By the Ocean” with Kevin Parker from Tame Impala and Andrew Wyatt from Miike Snow? It’s a few weeks old but get on it.
Have a wonderful weekend.
It’s so surreal to think that I will not be coming back to this place on Monday or even in September. And although I know I will visit, it’ll never be the same.
I’m so overwhelmed that so many people liked yesterday’s post. Thank you.
On to what I read this week:
1. I haven’t finished it because it might be a billion words, but
Paul Ford’s explanation of coding is incredible.
2. We all knew this already, but
closing bookstores is a very bad idea.
Secret wedding boards on Pinterest are a big thing. (Full disclosure: I do not have one.)
4. This isn’t really a story, but I have to go to
this yoga studio that plays Drake during class.
5. Some really astute points on
typography in UI design.
And a bonus:
Please watch the Wes Anderson version of “The Shining.”
Have a fantastic weekend!
There were a few things I wanted to blog about (like my last capstone paper and the Time 100 list) that I just didn’t have time for. #TeamNoSleep, but that’s what next week is for. Anyways, here’s what I read this week:
The importance of coffee for Icelandic culture.
2. It’s comforting to know that even
20-something Jacques Derrida received some harsh criticism.
3. I was too young for
Jennicam, but it sounds like a fascinating anthropological study.
4. I love Into the Gloss’s interviews, and
one of this week’s was a good one.
FOGO is the new FOMO. (Side note: I’m not quite sure if fear-of-going-out really encapsulates what’s going on here, but it’s a start.)
And a bonus: I actually came across this last week and didn’t have space for it in my last Link Party, but
look at this pencil shop (!!!!!!!)
Have a great weekend!