a clever reuse
a beach read with a little meat on its bones
venom with no sting
it’s like you are a winner.
it’s like “A guy walks into a bar and orders a madras. He walks out with a pair of trousers.”
it’s like a strategic alliance.
it’s like this spelling: “lite”
it’s like genre mashups.
it’s like Keynesian economics.
it’s like this dance sequence.
recent work for urban outfitters, a walk around brooklyn with chairlift’s caroline polachek, photographed by claire cottrell
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“But I only allow myself to read the book every few years because (1) it is so heartbreaking (2) it is so good that it makes all of my work seem trivial.”
Alec Soth’s reading list in Aperture magazine.
this idea: “Even a space intended to be dark should have just enough light from some mysterious opening to tell us how dark it really is.”
from jessica svendsen’s stairwell, an investigation into spatial light qualities
things on my mind,
Muller Van Severen’s collection of marble boxes / the tactility of old things / coarse braids intended to withstand wear / a still life on the mantle / text overlay on movie stills
images, clockwise from top left: one, two, josef albers, via pinterest, and remodelista baskets
an exercise, “We have a game we play when we’re waiting for tables in restaurants, where you have to write the five things that describe yourself on a piece of paper. When I was [in my twenties], I would have put: ambitious, Wellesley graduate, daughter, Democrat, single.”
from nora ephron.
Not sure why the FDA published these bulletins but I like them.
via Commune | Daily.
Intrigued by the place where gaudiness, utility, and discernment come together in these book scans of Greek homes.
via: Introducing New Worlds With A Shrug: Insides: Greek Homes.