Piano. Push. Play. rescues pianos and puts them on the street for everybody to enjoy. I love everything about this!
The charming Lulu Miller gives us an animated look into the lives and practices of radio personalities and broadcasters, and speaks to the effects radio can have on us as individuals and a society.
Now that politics here in the U.S. has become entirely absurd, we might as well wear fingers and ears as jewelry.
What better way to start out this Monday morning than with pictures of chickens in sweaters.
There were so (!) many good signs at the Women’s March yesterday, but this one, takes the cake. Way to go, little girl!
Mr. Rogers Introduces Kids to Experimental Electronic Music by Bruce Haack & Esther Nelson (1968). Made me smile.
Mmuseumm is a curated display of artifacts housed in a NYC freight elevator. The museum fits 3 people at a time. I love this so much. Find it at 4 Cortlandt Alley in lower Manhattan, New York City.
Photographer Philippe Halsman believed that when you ask a person to jump, his/her attention is mostly directed toward the act of jumping and the mask falls so that the real person appears.
More photos of jumping celebrities over on Kottke.
For three weeks, Nate Milton wrote down any thought, image or memory that gave him a tingly feeling. He animated the list, and what it accidentally became was a stream-of-consciousness trek through his life. Beautiful!
This Online Knitting Reference Library post over on Open culture made me laugh. Go and Download 300 Knitting Books Published From 1849 to 2012!