Start your day off right:
- This house in Portugal is absolutely stunning. The large glass windows on the one end of the house make the house feel like it continues on past the confines of the walls.
- I have posted about Tatsuya Tanaka's tiny world he creates using household items but he continues to produce incredible photographs. I could not imagine what is required to produce each image.
- Tom Geismar and Ivan Chermayeff were responsible for some of the most iconic logos of this past century. Until this piece, I had never heard of them even though I recognize their work.
- Kevin Kelly founded Wired magazine among other accomplishments. His recommendations are always top notch and lists them by topic which range from productivity, finance, cleaning, and tools.
“The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.” — Dorothy Parker
If you are a fan of Avedon and his portrait style from his project, In The American West, the Rocky Mountain School of Photography explores what we can learn from this project.
Shin Noguchi is a Japanese street photographer who finds situations which only happen on the streets. I love the image of the lady wearing the yellow dress which matches the yellow street paint.
Tim Ferris shares his advice on how to ask better questions.
Jocelyn Glei is one of my favorite writers on creativity and working as a freelancer. She shares 36 of her favorite articles from the past year.
The entrepreneur, David Heinemeier Hansson, argues against the common notion of the "hustle" and "grind". DHH argues to actually be productive you have to approach your work in a sustainable way.