I could have used this keychain 2.5 years ago when I started a big new chapter in my life. What a great gift for someone embarking on a new adventure.
Libby Oliver photographed individuals wearing every single piece of clothing they own. Beautiful.
Today’s Tattly release is a multisensory experience combining the calming scent of Eucalyptus, a sound meditation, and six sacred geometric shapes. The accompanying sound meditation download by Sara Auster features her playing crystal singing bowls. Zen out everyone!
(Not sure what sacred geometry is? Here you go)
I was beyond bummed when I learned Apple killed the MagSafe on their latest laptops. I am clumsy and tend to trip over cables and thanks to MagSafe my laptops didn’t go flying. No longer.
Meet Tug: It works with any power cord you might trip on, by placing the magnetic break-away connection at the outlet. Smart.
Windows of San Francisco is an interactive “documentary” featuring views from 100 windows around San Francisco. What a wonderfully conceptual, slightly voyeuristic experiment!
(Thank you Jon Murray!)
If your family reunion only lasts three minutes, what will you do? A unique Chinese New Year story shot on iPhone X by director Peter Chan.
Loving these bold, ceramic necklaces by Brooklyn based Shape Shape Shape Shape.
Yesterday team Tattly launched a Wildlife Set with designs by Oliver Jeffers. I can’t handle the cuteness! The illustrations are pulled from Oliver Jeffers’ books, including his latest, Here We Are, which debuted as #1 on the New York Times Bestseller list.
That Orangutan won my heart! Which one gets your thumbs up?
If you want to be an expert negotiator — or even a savvy game theorist — you must master one thing. Patience.
My friend Mark clearly had too much time on his hands on a rainy Sunday in November of 2013 when he assembled 718 of his favorite GIFs into one highly entertaining video. This is the BEST!