Very Semi-Serious is a documentary aiming to go behind the scenes of the New Yorker. It introduces the past, present and future generations of cartoonists who have inspired, baffled—and occasionally pissed off—all of us for decades.
Totally backing this Kickstarter. Let’s make it happen.
ELIOOO is a brand new book, by Antonio Scarponi, teaching you how to grow food in your apartment using inexpensive IKEA boxes. The system uses hydroponics, a farming technique that can be used to grow plants in water instead of soil. Hydroponics allows you to save up to 90% of water used in traditional agriculture systems, requires much less space, and you don’t have to worry about watering the plants.
Now go and grow your own food. Available on iTunes and Amazon.
Consider me intrigued by the bioscope, a project by Jon Stam & Simon de Bakker. It was inspired by an early movie projector of the same name and is a medium to experience memories in relative time. By rotating the handle, the digital (or digitized home) movie is animated frame by frame, forward or in reverse, relative to the speed and direction that is used to turn the dial.
PressPausePlay explores the massive digital revolution of the last decade which has unleashed and democratized creative opportunities. Does democratized culture really mean better art, film, music and literature?
This is one of the most moving things I have seen in a long time. Pascale Honore has been in a wheelchair for 18 years and recently went ‘duct tape surfing‘ on the back of her friend and experienced surfer, Ty Swan. Read more.
This handmade waxed canvas lunch bag stands upright and is fixed with an oil-tanned leather strap and brass buckle. All materials are locally sourced and it is being constructed in Asheville, NC. What’s not to love?