Monday Morning Dispatch - Volume #230

Start your week off right:

  1. Its rather warm today but I might have to fry up these delicious looking Moroccan flatbread today. The only think that would make it better would be a pot of fresh mint tea.

  2. Here is the military technique for falling asleep anywhere.

  3. John MacLean bills himself as the best known unknown photographer which cracked me up. He has a different view on street photography.

  4. Alvaro Naddeo paints tiny dystopian scenes of objects stacked on top of itself. I love all the random items he selects.

  5. The Art Department created a “dandelion wish facility” where people can pick a dandelion and send a wish down a few openings.

  6. “When I was younger, I worried that every decision I made would send me down that path for LIFE. Every time I faced a choice of whether to accept a new job, move to a different city or stay in a relationship, I built it up as a definitive, forever-life-altering moment. And while that was true on some level — all the little choices do, in fact, add up to the life that you end up living — I wish I could go back in time and whisper in my own ear, ‘Let this decision just be this decision, not a loaded choice about the rest of your days on earth. You can always reroute.’”

    — Ann Friedman

  7. Edouard Sepulchre found classic American West scenes in other countries around the world in his series, “Looking for America”. Great idea well executed

  8. Adam Savage answers the question of “How do I get started when I don’t even know what to make?”