Start your Monday off right:
I just started watching “Salt, Fat, Acid, & Heat” on Netflix and I cant recommend the cooking show enough. Its beautifully shot and the host is perfect at simplifying food to its most important aspect.
The Cantor Center and Stanford Libraries made Andy Warhol’s photography library available online including all his contact sheets.
Hamish McKenzie builds houseboats out of whatever decommissioned vehicle he can get his hands on. The boats become half house and half art project.
The winners of the Scuba Magazine’s underwater photos of the year are insane. I still am having a hard time believing the winning image isnt fake.
Jason Florio has spent the last 18 months with the Migrant Offshore Aid Station photographing the migrant crisis. The resulting photographs are a powerful look at what people are risking to get to Europe.
Evelyn Hofer is another photographer I was unaware of but I love her series on NYC from the 60s & 70s. I love the portrait of the man on the roof.
"You don't always need a plan. Sometimes you just need to breathe, trust, let go, and see what happens." —Mandy Hale
The jazz artists, Mark de Clive-Lowe, talks about music and taking creative risks. It was an inspiring short video.
The first episode of Season 3 of Process Driven was released last week. Jeffery Saddoris talks with David DuChemin in another classic conversation between the two.