Start your Monday off right:
- During the 1950s, people in Soviet Russia "pressed" banned music unto discarded X-Rays salvaged from hospitals. The recycled x-rays create beautiful haunting album covers.
- I want this loft. The fact that is in Amsterdam only strengthens that desire.
- I dream about turning my art into street art. Until I figure out how, watching far more accomplished street artists like Rone work satisfies that need. Gorgeous giant painting
- Art of maps and maps as art
- Stumbled across Studio Visit: John Ryan Brubaker and absolutely love the various projects he is working on. The "Maps for Getting Lost" is particularly inspiring
"Limitation is the condition of our lives. What matters — what allows us to reach beyond ourselves, as we are, and push at the boundaries of our ability — is that we continue. But then everything depends on how we practice, what we practice.
I sit down to practice the fullness of my doubts and desire, my fantasies and flaws. Each day I follow them as far as I can bear it, for now. This is what teaches me my limits; this is what enables me to improve. I think it is the same with anything you seriously practice, anything you deeply love." Glenn Kurtz
The combination of Smith lyrics with Peanut cartoons is brilliant