The one-and-only Moby spoke at CreativeMornings/Los Angeles on creativity, inspiration, and the freedom to fail.
– I wouldn’t say no to this ‘office shed‘ in my backyard. Wait, I don’t have a backyard. Never mind.
– A bench you can easily wheel around. Yes, please.
– Tentsile is an ingenious portable suspended treehouse that installs like a hammock.
– I don’t surf. But these beautiful surfboards make me want to.
– Some of my studiomates are currently in Iceland, which reminded me of this video piece by Swiss artist Roman Signer, amplifying his snoring into Icelandic nature. Ha.
– Team Holstee created a letterpress poster out of Maria Popova’s 7 personal life lessons.
– Mirai Chan is a little japanese girl, the polarizing main character of a series of books by photographer Kotori Kawashima.
– My First New York: Early Adventures in the Big City
– I have been using Sanebox for a good year now. Not that my email situation is under control, but it made it so much better.
– If you’re a Seth Godin fan you will love this talk and even better Q&A he gave at last year’s Nearly Impossible Conference.
– Love this minimal Toddler Bed.
– Pleat. Minimal shelving.
– 5 questions you’ll need to settle workplace disagreements.
– Marinated Flank Steak. Looks tasty.
– Friends of mine are looking to buy or rent a place here in NYC. Stumbled upon these LEGO glasses, I think it would make them laugh.
– The Overprotected Kid: A preoccupation with safety has stripped childhood of independence, risk taking, and discovery—without making it safer. A new kind of playground points to a better solution.
– The Graying of AIDS: Stories from an Aging Pandemic challenges how we think about HIV and AIDS, and how we think about aging.
– The fine folks of Brooklyn based Flocabulary are looking to hire a Marketing Director.