I wake up to the Lenny newsletter from Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner, who aim to dismantle the patriarchy, one newsletter at a time. Thank you, ladies. Today, this little gem popped out at me. Hope you enjoy actor, Kathryn Hahn's 6-year old's narrative, illustrated by Colleen Tighe as much as I do. What I Learned From My 6-Year Old Daughter [...]
In 1970, Eva Hesse died of brain tumors at the the height of her art career. She was 34 years old. In her wake, she left behind one of the most remarkable bodies of work by a twentieth century artist. After her death, the Guggenheim Museum gave her a five-year retrospective, and filled the famous space with her work. Not generally [...]
“I like the idea of these people bumbling around the world and having fun, and not taking life too seriously.” At first, I was just looking for images without copyrights on them! It was maybe a few months into Scorpion Dagger when I realized that I kept going back to the Renaissance art, and started thinking that maybe there was something [...]
Monday. Words. Anaïs Nin: Anxiety is love’s greatest killer. Image: Debbie Millman
“Everybody has their own America, and then they have pieces of a fantasy America that they think is out there but they can’t see. So the fantasy corners of America, you’ve pieced them together from scenes in movies and music and lines from books. And you live in your dream America that you’ve custom-made from art and schmaltz and [...]
Life has a funny way of sneaking up on you. Whether it's getting to the taxes that you filed an extension for, touching up the roots on your do, or finally getting the house painted after many years of hemming and hawing about costs and colors...time marches on. So with no excuses, only time passing, I am back to my blog here at [...]
During yesterday's annular eclipse, in which the moon passed in front of the sun leaving only a golden ring around its edges, Hidetaka Onoyama's photo emerged as our favorite image. Taken from Tokyo, it's a beautiful reminder of the wonder of nature, and the power of science to understand.
Gorgeousness from the almost hundred year old lens of a Piccolette Contessa-Nettel (1919) folding camera hacked onto the photographer Jason Bognack's Canon 5D. More photos on the artist's blog todaystomorrow via thenextweb
The art of Scott Scheidly seems apropos of wishing our readers a Happy Valentine's Day. May your hearts grow loveliness today and always. See more work by Scott Scheidly at Hi*Fructose.
JR is a French conceptual artist who works in the streets hanging massive photos in public spaces. His art has transcended the streets with shows at Tate Modern and Centre Pompidou. In 2011 he won a TED prize, and Forbes Magazine has featured him in their 30 Under 30. At mixingreality we love him too, and have written about his [...]