Start your Monday off right:
- As the winter slowly wanes, I find myself craving the bright green of plants. I think I pick up a few big plants for house from these recommendations.
- I have no idea how to pronounce Pluspuu but they produce these gorgeous modular cabins. I hope one day that I will able to purchase one of these.
- Chris Rowland has an illustration style influenced by the cartoons he read as a kid. I love how he took a style and made it his own.
- Properly fermented sourdough bread is a magical experience. It is so different then the bread that populates the grocery shelves. Here is a love letter to the kitchen alchemy known as sourdough.
- Libby Oliver takes portraits of people "wearing" every article of clothes they own. You can barely see the buried people but you can still tell a little about their personality.
- Lee Friedlander took his camera to parties from 1956 to 2016 and the images make you feel like you're right in the middle of chaos.
“The secret to being good at anything is to approach it like a curious idiot, rather than a know-it-all genius.” — Jorge Quinteros
Every Ash Wednesday since 1997, Greg Miller heads out into NYC with his 8x10 and photograph those who received ashes. A great body of work
Andre Wagner is one of my favorite street photographers and he sits down with the Kodakery podcast to talk about his work.
Dia Takacsova brought his camera (and dog) to Svalbard, the northernmost settlement in the world with a permanent civilian population. The desolate beauty is worth the journey.