I live for these joyful NYC moments: I stood on a subway platform waiting for a train to arrive when these two women showed up, casually taking an impressive amount of balloons onto the subway. Urban heroes! Swipe right to see the video. Watch the guy on the right very very slowly realize what’s happening. I LOVE NYC!
May we all walk through life and seemingly difficult moments with such confidence.
This photo of Katie Sokoler as a human sized balloon bouquet made me smile.
13 years ago today I started this labor of love. And, I yet have to grow tired of it. Thank you for reading. I appreciate you. So much!
Happy my blog birthday to you!
Helge Simon’s Hair Affair brushes make me a little uncomfortable, yet I am intrigued. They are made of artificial human hair. And, there is a Kickstarter. I can’t stop giggling.
So proud of my friend Ingrid Fetell: A few weeks ago she gave a talk on the topic of joy at the prestigious TED Conference and now here it is, featured on the TED Homepage. Just like her, I believe in the importance of joy!
Simone Giertz is my hero. She creates useless machines. They make me laugh.
In a turn of tragic events, she found out shortly after giving this TED talk, that she has a brain tumor. I am sending her all of the love. The world needs her and her silly inventions.
This reality hand hook series by Harry Allen is so wonderfully weird. I’d give them a home.
This photo made me laugh. It’s part of an ongoing project titled ‘Discreet Artist’ by Paraskevi Frasiola.
This story by Tim FitzHigham, about crossing the English Channel in a bathtub, must be my favorite The Moth story I have ever heard. It is laugh out funny.
Nayyirah Waheed’s poems get me in heart. Always.
I can definitely relate to this illustration by Gareth Strange.
Yes, I am totally going to get a Chow Crown for my kids. I’ll put Broccoli on it. Just kidding.
A good reminder by Dallas Clayton.
This illustration by Veronica Dearly made me chuckle.
Zach Lieberman and his wife Molmol Kuo created an iOS app that lets you draw with type, it’s appropriately called Weird Type. Type floating in space makes my heart go pitter patter.
This made me laugh, but also extend a lot of empathy.