Start your Monday off right:
- Stian Korntved Ruud spent 2014 carving a wooden spoon every single day for a total of 365 unique spoons. The early versions appear similar to your standard spoon and become more whimsical as the project continues.
- A parking lot connected to LAX Airport serves as small village of mobile homes for people working in the airline industry. This short documentary talks with those living such a different life than what most of us know.
- The precise lines contrast beautifully with the free flowing watercolors to create Jacob Van Loon's paintings. It feels like work is the combination of the artist's engineering side with a more traditional artistic side.
“I wasn’t an artist in a technical sense, but I longed to be creative. One of the things I’ve lived into is a spacious understanding of what it means to live a creative life and to be a creative person.” Krista Tippett
- The desolation of a beach in the winter is only increased with the addition of snow. The only visitors are the birds still calling those beaches home.
- Jessica Ivins delivers perfect advice how to become an UX designer. This advice applies to almost any creative field.
- How would you describe each color to someone who is legally blind? Ashley shares how people described colors to her as a child. The good news is that she was able to gain full sight later in life.