Print and design studio run by husband and wife team Sebastian and Lyndsey Burke. They do everything from prints to books/zines. Filing away for later!
Tetris tames trauma
"24hrs after a traumatic event, or as soon as you are safe, play Tetris. It SIGNIFICANTLY reduces likelihood of intrusive memories." A fascinating thread with links.
Korean corner store paintings
I love the care that Lee Me Kyeoung infuses into these.
Everything around you
Apple tips their hat to Steve Jobs 10 years after his passing. A moving short video.
A new brand of puzzles that capture a vibe. Keen packaging to boot. / via UnderConsideration's BrandNew
I wish those weren’t missiles
But Ognyan Stefanov's photograph of the Bulgarian Air Force and their equipment is remarkable.
The Melting Face Emoji
Made possible by Jennifer Daniel and Neil Cohn
Ricky and Doris
David Friedman shares a story about a short film he made about a little old lady with the marionette of herself, and how it all came to be. Sweet characters, captured wondefully.
Browsing music another way
Jon Hicks wanted to "Restore some kind of physicality to my digital music collection" and I think he succeeded. (Scroll down to the link for Leigh's video demonstration)
Quarantined in his flat in Chicago, Leonard Suryajaya started using the walls of his apartment as a canvas for elaborately staged tableaux. This and lots of other great new photographers and work on the Foam site.
This link is potentially dangerous. Online store for plants with self-watering ceramic pots.
Fossil Hunting with Zan McQuade
I'm with Zan and grew up grazing around creekbeds for fossils (and arrowheads if we were really lucky.) This video captures that joy through an adult lens of continued learning.
Nick Cave on Charlie Watts
And three other related questions. A dense, concise and lovely reply. / via Daring Fireball
False Knees Clear Skies
A thought in four panels
Cats and Domino
Recommended viewing to lift the spirit.
An interview with Frank Oz
There's some heaviness in this conversation with puppeteer and director Frank Oz, but I wish it was three times longer. And Stepford Wives wasn't that bad of a movie.
There were murmurs that new ABBA music would be coming for some time, but now that it's just days away? Yeah, I'm giddy.
Season, a game about capturing that fleeting moment
Explore the world through the eye of a young woman recording the last moments of different cultures before they’re washed away. / via @colly
Dancing to improve health
I first caught Peng Xiaoying and Fan Deduo while I had TikTok installed and their movements made me happy. I'm glad I followed the comments to seek out more of their story.
How to cut all the cheeses
Cheesemonger Anne Saxelby illustrates the best way to cut, serve and store all the cheeses. #aspirational-work-title
"I didn’t want to take anything experimental." the dying patient said, though earlier he'd started taking hydroxychloroquine he had found on the internet.
The story of Playdate
Podcast with Panic as they discuss how they came to make the Playdate with Teenage Engineering (now available for pre-sale!).
Languages of the World
7,102 languages represented in this infographic by Alberto Lucas Lopez. / via Caterina Fake
Tatsuya Tanaka’s Miniature Calendar
Scenes created with alternative items to recreate everyday things. Smile inducing. / via Yewknee
A Dream Water Park
Made by two men (and one cameraman) in 278 days. A mesmerizing 18 minutes. / via Yewknee
Beer with a removable guitar pick and cans that illustrate chords. Neato. / via UnderConsideration
What is Queer Typography?
An excellent looking small batch Risograph zine supporting the Queer.Archive.Work organization. / / via & by @soulellis
Crowded National Parks
I'm glad the parks are getting visitors, but maybe we need more of them... (The photos and videos for this article illustrate the overcrowding quite well.)
Black is beautiful
Brooklyn-born black photographer Kwame Brathwaite inspired new viewpoints, visual language and a movement to celebrate black lives in the 60's / via Creative Mornings newsletter
9 panels about growing by Grant Snider / via my friend Shannon