Start your Monday off right:
- Malasadas are light fluffy filled donuts found in Hawaii. Unfortunately, Hawaii is a long way away so FixFeastFlair share how to make these balls of goodness at home.
- You dont need to be familiar with the video game, Assisin's Creed, to be blow away by this video. Serene Teh created a stop motion video by speeding up drawings laid out like a pop up book.
- The Moonlight Rollerway opened in 1956 and still has a live organ jamming out the tunes every Tuesday night. Many of the dedicated regulars have been skating for decades.
- Wild horses roam the hills surround the rural villages in Galicia, Spain through most of the year. However, the towns all come out to herd the horses down the hills to be shaved and deloused.
- Jake Burghart may not be a common name to most people but he has shot many of the ground breaking piece for Vice News since starting with the company 13 years ago. His story from the Congo is absolutely insane.
- I easily could get lost examining Mattias Adolfsson's sketches as each element is drawn in such an expressive manner. His book has been added to the wish list.
"There is nothing like looking, if you want to find something. You certainly usually find something, if you look, but it is not always quite the something you were after." J.R.R. Tolkien
David Lynch sat down with the Atlantic in 2008 and detailed where great ideas come from. “A lot of artists think that suffering is necessary, but in reality, any kind of suffering cramps the flow of creativity.”
The only time you are actually growing is when you’re uncomfortable. This truth applies to every area of your life.