I am digging the custom cabinetry and millwork in this apartment posted over at dezeen.com, however I think I'm most transfixed by the massive blank wall over the kitchen sink. I can't decide if it's genius as it is or begging for something to be hung there. Maybe it's both, and that's what makes it [...]
I'm not a huge basketball fan, but I do dig illustration, murals and public installations of this sort. Also love a good process video. Timothy Goodman with a slam dunk from free throw line. More photos and the aforementioned process video at designboom.
Came across the beginnings of what so far is a great series of articles on 'Public philosophy' over at The Point Magazine by Agnes Callard. In the first article, Is Public Philosophy Good?, Ms. Callard writes: "Recently, there have been rumblings of a Great Escape, one that goes by the name of “Public Philosophy.” Public [...]
We aren't really in control so why worry about neurointerventions? - aeon.co "But I want to suggest that the loss of control that might be delivered by some neurointerventions is not really the issue because we are never actually in control anyway, even though it might seem that we are. The real issue is that [...]
John Butler has been playing this song his entire career from busking on streets to stadiums. Like his career it has morphed and changed over time, and like one of his shows is unique each time he plays it. Many artists have 'signature tunes' that become canon. This is his. So cool to see a) [...]