Times Square is not a place I ever want to visit. Until now: I would love to experience Continuum by Krista Kim where synchronized across 90 electronic billboards, a slowly shifting gradient of color washes over Times Square, creating a moment of calm amidst one of the most visually kinetic places in the world.
I chuckled upon discovering these colorful patches by Macon & Lesquoy at the tradeshow this last weekend.
Patagonia Films presents: Treeline. Follow a group of skiers, snowboarders, scientists and healers to the birch forests of Japan, the red cedars of British Columbia and the bristlecones of Nevada, as they explore an ancient story written in rings.
Thank you Open Culture for this deep dive post into The Bialetti Moka Express. (Click through for more info on this ingenious invention)
Doris Mitsch’s Locked Down Looking Up series is pure delight. It started as a series of images made over time from a fixed point—outside her front door—during the San Francisco Bay Area’s lockdown to slow the spread of Covid-19. Multiple shots were combined to show the flight trails of birds, insects, and bats. While most everything in her life came to a standstill, up in the air, there was still a lot going on. Later, when she started to be able to move around a little more, she began to explore other locations. Click through here to see these images larger.
This tote caught my eye. It’s 100% plastic free, machine washable, tear resistant and made from sustainably grown eucalyptus trees.
An updated version of Powers of Ten, based on current science. Fascinating.
I rarely feel confident enough to give anyone advice about anything, but here's something small that has changed my life as a writer: a kindness log.
— Yohanca Delgado (@yodelnyc) December 3, 2021
Loving these instructions for keeping a Kindness Log.
(Thank you Annie)
Tom Brown has spent most of his retirement tracking down all-but-extinct apple varieties that once thrived throughout Appalachia, US. I want to be like Tom when I grow up.