Ready to conquer The New York Times Crossword? Here’s a sampling of 11 — hand-picked by Will Shortz — to get you started.
Broberg & Ridderstråle’s watering can is made of brass with two odd-shaped spouts- one flared spout for filling and one skinny spout for pouring. I love its unusual shape. Wishlisted!
Syr, a crowdfunded restaurant in Utrecht, Netherlands that employs recently arrived Syrian and Afghan refugees, offering them a platform to share their cuisine, to earn money, to share their stories and to pursue educational programs. We need more of this!
“You can either think of art as a pipe that you shout down, or as a way to make something happen in the world.”
– Brian Eno
The Creators’ Code:
1, Find your love.
2, Chase work, not money.
3, Execute well.
4, Work with great people.
5, Great coffee helps.
— Hiut Denim Co (@hiutdenim) February 22, 2017
This is is remarkably fascinating: Squid speak a unique, undeciphered language using their skin
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Hayden Martis’ Fallon Falloff Bowls are the type of bowls you never have to put away because of their sculptural qualities. Simply stunning.
“The surprising finding is that the closest, most intimate, and most trusting relationships appear to be distinguished not by how the partners respond to each other’s disappointments, losses, and reversals but how they react to good news.”
– The Myths of Happiness
A quote found in this article titled: This Is How To Make Friends As An Adult: 5 Secrets Backed By Research
Need to draw a circle but you don’t have a compass? This video will help!
The details are not the details; they make the product.
– Charles and Ray Eames
This is the first Kickstarter video that made me cry! Maggie Doyne is the most remarkable human I have ever had the honor to meet. What an unstoppable force of good! YES to supporting this project. YES YES YES!
(Last year Maggie Doyne told her moving store at CreativeMornings. You can watch the talk here)