Friday Link Pack

(My kids have this song on repeat at our house. I dig the Jimmy Fallon version)

– Stina Persson launched a new print over on Wonderwall. (Her elephant decorates our studio walls!)

– Astronaut Chris Hadfield covers Bowie’s “Space Oddity” in space.

– The Take-Off Light by fifti-fifti is a DIY design that allows you to customize your own geometric lamp shade. (via)

Bloom Blanket by Bianca Cheng Costanzo.

– This must be the coolest dad ever.

– I want this in NYC: 300ft Water Slide for Commuters

Tofu varieties: What’s the difference?

– “Everyone’s a sucker for talking about the things they love, so if you ask people to share their discoveries, you’re going to be taken on a magical, drunken journey with some new friends.” Three Things to Say by Frank Chimero

Slow Life. Fascinating.

Veto Vito is a portrait of Vito Acconci and the latest project by Jonathan Harris.

– I had the chance to drive in a Tesla today. I don’t usually get excited about cars, but this made me giddy.

– The other day we Image Google Searched Pizza Slice Tattoo. I have no words.

– Nothing made me happier this week than seeing the kids of Kopila Valley having fun with Tattly.

– The SnapRays Guidelight – a modern twist on nightlights.

Milton Glaser Critiques Modern Beer Art (via)

– Fun: Whisk Tealight holders.

GNTLMN sells limited edition accessories and home goods for gentlemen
and the stories behind them.

“What I Eat: Around The World In 80 Diets” Shows Stunning Portraits Of Daily Meals (via)

– Do you know someone really awesome in Charleston, Copenhagen or Rio?

– I met Jason Travis, force behind the Flickr Persona project today. (Someone please offer him a book deal. I’d buy it.)

– Etsy is looking to hire an iOS Engineer.

4 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Are you guys going to make a pizza Tattly?!

  2. the only thing I have to say to the pizza tat people is

    See you in 20 years when your tat is blob of ink

    They all think that day will never come but it will

  3. Three Things to Say is awesome – in fact, I just used #2 in an email response to a client who needs help with something but was vague in their initial request. Thanks for sharing!

  4. The pizza tattoos reminded me of a project that my wedding photographer did with her friends last summer,