Lemony Linguini With Zucchini

Lemony Linguini with Zucchini

Found this mouth watering recipe for Lemony Linguini With Zucchini by Sam Linsell of Drizzle & Dip over on A Cup of Jo. This dish combines raw zucchini with cooked pasta! Yum!

Tush Cush

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I totally want this entire stack of pillows. Love how the product description says that these are made by big humans, not a machine.


“… to procrastinate is to mourn the precariousness of your creation even before you bring it into the world.”

Why Do Anything? A Meditation on Procrastination, by Costica Bradatan


Go Away


Go Away. I’m all right. Last words by H. G. Wells.

Your Reputation

“The single best way to maintain your reputation is to do things you’re proud of. Gaming goes only so far.”
– Seth Godin

Three things to keep in mind about your reputation

Tumble Vase

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Tumble vase, by Norwegian designer Falke Svatun, was designed to be placed on the edge of a shelf. Talk about a conversation starter.

Enlarge the Box

“Every problem, every dilemma, every dead end we find ourselves facing in life, only appears unsolvable inside a particular frame or point of view. Enlarge the box, or create another frame around the data, and problems vanish, while new opportunities appear.”

The Art of Possibility, by Benjamin and Rosamund Stone Zander

(via Paul)

Les Yeux Shirt

Les Yeux Shirt

I am hiring spent a lot of time in interviews last week. I just just stumbled upon this shirt and it made me laugh as I could see it making me highly uncomfortable and feeling stared at in an interview setting. Pretty funny.

(via Joanna)

Email Zombies

“There are two types of emailers: reactors, who rely on notifications and near-constant monitoring of their inboxes to nibble away at their email throughout the day, and batchers, who set aside specific chunks of time to power through their email, so they can ignore it the rest of the day. Not surprisingly, batchers are significantly more productive when it comes to getting shit done, and according to recent research, they’re also less stressed and more happy.”

Don’t Let Email Zombies Eat Up Your Day, by Jocelyne K. Glei

Wage Islands

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Wage Islands by Ekene Ijeoma is an interactive installation about wage and housing inequality in NYC. It’s a 3d topographic map of monthly housing costs submerged in water to show where New Yorkers can afford to live based on hourly wages.

A “Building” Made of Staircases


Thomas Heatherwick has unveiled plans for an engaging public landmark that will form the centerpiece of New York’s Hudson Yards Development: A “Building” Made of Staircases. Wonderful!

Trending Topic

Trending Topic

You are my own trending topic by Jean André!

Know Yourself Cards for Self-Exploration

Know Yourself Cards for Self-Exploration

I recently purchased The Know Yourself Cards for Self-Exploration by The School Of Life and they sure keep me on my toes. I am currently trying to answer one question a night. This one in particular has hit home. I might have to rethink how I prioritize the things that are seemingly important to me.

Pawel Jonca

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Fascinated by this poster by Pawel Jonca. I’d hang it on my walls.



Fake Cabbage

What are you good at? Making cabbage you can’t eat. What?

Bags by Asum

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Asum makes beautiful bags.

Oscar and The Truth Toad

Oscar and the Truth Toad

I often feel like I have Oscar the Truth Toad sitting on my head. Painting by Travis Louie.

Eyes at The Front

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This made me laugh so hard. What if animals had eyes at the front?

(via Paul)

ViewMaster Job Application

View Master job Application

The bar for the “most creative job application” ever received has been raised. Last week, Ryan Beller dropped off a white box with a beautifully arranged ViewMaster inside. Clicking through it revealed his resume and cover letter. Consider me (and the rest of team Tattly) impressed!

Update: We offered him the job. And, he accepted. So, YAY!

Happiness Floats

“It is difficult to know what to do with so much happiness. With sadness there is something to rub against, a wound to attend with lotion and cloth. When the world falls in around you, you have pieces to pick up, something to hold in your hands, like ticket stubs or change. But happiness floats. It doesn’t need you to hold it down. It doesn’t need anything… Since there is no place large enough to contain so much happiness, you shrug, you raise your hands, and it flows out of you into everything you touch. You are not responsible. You take no credit, as the night sky takes no credit for the moon but continues to hold it, and share it, and in that way, be known.”
– Naomi Shihab Nye

(via Emilie)


Big thanks to SUDACAS for sponsoring my blog and RSS feed this week!

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The first designs pieces are a unique modular bookshelf and a joinery coat rack by recognized designer Alejandro Sticotti. All the pieces are limited to respect nature’s scarce resources, they are also made sustainably from certified Argentinean wood. Only a few pieces left at pre-order prices for October delivery.


CreativeMornings: Maggie Doyne

Do yourself a favor and watch this incredibly moving, raw and vulnerable CreativeMornings talk by Maggie Doyne. It is a testament to how love reveals itself in unexpected people and places.

(This talk needs a new category: Made me cry)

Friday Link Pack

Pro domino artist Hevesh5 spent 25 hours over eight days building this Domino Masterpiece, her third largest solo project to date.

– Woah, this is a good vintage find: Linotron 505 for high-speed film typesetting (via Coudal)

– Teju Cole on How the Paradox of Photography Captures the Central Anxiety of Existence

How to Use iMessage (to Annoy the Hell Out of Your Friends)

– This is a beauty of swiveling towel/clothing holder which can hold up to 10kg.

– Amanda Palmer wrote a moving essay on Nick Cave. After the singer lost his child, he invited a film crew in and simply carried on working.

– Beautiful, super minimal barstools.

– It’s starting to be dark in the morning when I wake up, which makes it harder for me to get up early. Thinking about getting this sunrise-imitating-alarm-clock.

– Please do your best to avoid the huge moon balloon rolling through China

A Walking Guide to Public Art in Manhattan and Queens (animated backgrounds for iPhone with stories inside.

– A meticulously designed poster to sharpen your internal sense of scale. Use your body to measure things!

– An online collection of people’s personal anxieties: I still have anxiety about this.

– Interesting read: Why you should tell your children how much you make

The Power of 5

– In case you’re in the market for a USB battery pack. This post is helpful.

– Great read: Avoiding Organizational Debt

– In overvaluing confidence, we’ve forgotten the power of humility

– These are some impressive beards and moustaches.

– Aren’t we all dreaming of a custom, hand-made neon sign.

Which European Cities Have the Most Affordable Housing?

– “The Sandwich Club fosters an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and forward-thinking sandwich culture by encouraging the discovery and consumption of delicious sandwiches and sandwich components, both in the United States and abroad.”

– Eric Lobdell, a swissmiss reader, emailed me to tell me that he made this typeface. Here’s the story. Yes to side projects!

– I am looking to hire a part-time in-house photographer for Tattly.

Put a Rhino on it.