Start your Monday off right:
- Soon after I arrived home from my 6700 mile trip, this list of van conversions popped into my feed. If you want to travel in comfort without the hassle of navigating a large RV, these are perfect.
- Marcus Lyon edits his overhead photography to create these images of urban sprawl. These are done so well that I would have assume these places actually existed.
- From the outside, this house appears like any other in Cincinnati’s Camp Washington neighborhood. However, all the upstairs floors were removed leaving a giant space where he put a swing.
- A giant ball equipped with charcoal spikes is thrown around this room covered in paper leaving black marks everywhere. You see the room progressively get marked up.
- Ingrid Fettel's great Ted Talk on Where Joy Hides and How to Find It. The talk is a great reminder to search out joy in your life.
- I could never imagine spending years drawing a single image but this is what Manabu Ikeda does to create these ridiculous complex images. You could probably spending hours finding all the little details in each piece.
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the things you did."
I wasnt familiar with Jan Grarup, a Danish conflict photographer, prior to this but his work wrecked me. It's an intimate look at the worst of human nature and what people are capable of.
Matthew Genitempo in his series, Jasper, explores the lives of several individuals who live in isolation in the Ozark Mountains. The images are haunting beautiful as the choice of B&W enhances the eerie light found in the mountains.
Jeffery Saddoris has restarted his great podcast, Process Driven. I highly recommend subscribing.