This collaboration between Oliver Jeffers and Veja is wonderful.
Love this Slow Factory scarf featuring the first color image of the whole Earth from 1967. The image was taken with a black an white TV camera which took three photos with a red, green and a blue filter to create the color image. The small ball in front of the picture is a colour match card.
Who is somebody you follow on twitter who inspired you to stop being a cynical asshole to everybody all the time?
— holly (@girlziplocked) November 14, 2018
These upcycled footwear and apparel concepts by Designer Nicole McLaughlin made me look.
The Every Day Calendar is a personal gold star system for your habits.
(I’d personally prefer a paper system but understand that some of you might be really into this digital one. Also, I just really love Simone Giertz.)
Earthrise tells the story of the first image captured of the Earth from space in 1968. Told through the voices of the Apollo 8 astronauts themselves, the film recounts their experiences and memories and explores the beauty, awe, and grandeur of the Earth against the blackness of space. Read the story here.
Over 200 women are running on the Democratic ticket for Congress in the 2018 midterm elections. What a historic moment! This silk wrap features hand-drawn illustrations of each and every one of these heroic candidates. 100% of profits from the sale of the HERWAVE WRAP go to Emerge America and Emily’s List, organizations dedicated to bringing more women into politics.
(Thank you Chris)
This beautiful bag is made out of Bananatex®: the world’s first technical fabric made purely from banana plants, organically cultivated in the Philippine highlands. Beautiful! Well done, QWSTION. (The language you’re hearing is my mother tongue, Swiss-German, a spoken-only language.)
(Thank you Kevin)
I really enjoyed this honest and vulnerable conversation between Chase Jarvis and Scott Harrison, founder of Charity Water.
I am in love with our latest Tattly launch, the European Starlings by Nic Miller.
European starlings flock in a strange and beautiful formation called a murmuration. This was artist Nic Annette Miller‘s fascination behind her 2016 “All That I Can Do” installation project, featuring 700 handcrafted woodblock starlings in flight.
I am lucky to call a set of these wooden starlings my own, decorating my living room wall. They make me happy.