newyorker:

Emily Nussbaum on the mind-bending phone call on last night’s episode of “Breaking Bad”: http://nyr.kr/17EvHSY

“Last night’s episode—a fantastic one, but also, emotionally speaking, very difficult to watch—included a sequence that, at first sight at least, seemed to take a thick black marker, underline the Bad Fan crisis three times, go over it with a highlighter, and then scribble on the side ‘This!!!’ But what the scene was doing finally struck me as far more layered, and more subversive, than anything I’ve seen in a late-stage show before.”

Photograph by Ursula Coyote/AMC.

newyorker:

Emily Nussbaum on the mind-bending phone call on last night’s episode of “Breaking Bad”: http://nyr.kr/17EvHSY

“Last night’s episode—a fantastic one, but also, emotionally speaking, very difficult to watch—included a sequence that, at first sight at least, seemed to take a thick black marker, underline the Bad Fan crisis three times, go over it with a highlighter, and then scribble on the side ‘This!!!’ But what the scene was doing finally struck me as far more layered, and more subversive, than anything I’ve seen in a late-stage show before.”

Photograph by Ursula Coyote/AMC.

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To Your Health: Let’s Tackle Well-Being With DIY Spirit- GOOD HQ wrote in Health and Living
Ancient Greek physician Herophilos was on to something with these words of wisdom: “When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied.”
For July, we have decided to put the GOOD focus on the subject of health—from ways you can take better control over your personal health, to ways we can collectively help improve community and global health.
Continue reading on good.is
Illustration by Corinna Loo

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To Your Health: Let’s Tackle Well-Being With DIY Spirit
GOOD HQ wrote in Health and Living

Ancient Greek physician Herophilos was on to something with these words of wisdom: “When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied.”

For July, we have decided to put the GOOD focus on the subject of health—from ways you can take better control over your personal health, to ways we can collectively help improve community and global health.

Continue reading on good.is

Illustration by Corinna Loo

creativemornings:

We have a new letterpress love. You, too, should follow suit and fall in love with the presses of The Hungry Workshop, a letterpress studio in Melbourne, Australia. The studio is run by Simon and Jenna Hipgrave, who were the speakers at our May event.

The duo bring a collective 18 years of industry experience together in this match made in heaven—creative clever cards and rainbow rolls like the ones pictured here.

Check out more of their work or watch their talk here.

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Design a Better Dating Life- Casey Caplowe posted in Design, Dating and Love
Just came across this fun presentation from a Pecha Kucha in Toronto, where Ayla Newhouse shares her ongoing project Dating by Design which explores how design principles and terminology can be seamlessly applied to the world of relationships.
Continue to pechakucha.org

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Design a Better Dating Life
Casey Caplowe posted in Design, Dating and Love

Just came across this fun presentation from a Pecha Kucha in Toronto, where Ayla Newhouse shares her ongoing project Dating by Design which explores how design principles and terminology can be seamlessly applied to the world of relationships.

Continue to pechakucha.org

Creating the World of “Oblivion” (2013) (by TheCreatorsProject)

Your dream come true: Alec Baldwin interviewed Thom Yorke

This is your chance to hear about his process. 

3rd street x La Cienega

3rd street x La Cienega

Awesome Wired Mag’s April Cover with Alison Brie! MAD MATH - How Data Powers the Platinum Age of TV.

Awesome Wired Mag’s April Cover with Alison Brie! MAD MATH - How Data Powers the Platinum Age of TV.

LA MAG November 1983

LA MAG November 1983

Prada Adv

Prada Adv

A Treasure Trove of Edward Gorey by Eve Bowen | NYRblog | The New York Review of Books

Google celebrates the life and work of American illustrator and author Edward Gorey with Friday’s doodle.

Born in 1925, Gorey started out as an illustrator for book covers at Anchor/Doubleday, eventually moving on to illustrate about 90 books and write 60of his own before his death in 2000.

With a distinct style, often described as “whimsical” and “grim,” Gorey’s pen and ink illustrations often depicted animals, as is shown in the Google doodle. The doodle also pays homage to Gorey’s most famous book, The Gashlycrumb Tinies, which depicts the deaths of 26 children, each representing a different letter of the alphabet.

Gorey’s home in Massachusetts has been turned into a museum showcasing his work. Gorey himself was an animal rights advocate, so the Edward Gorey House supports various animal welfare organizations.

Don’t miss this, Tumblr Fans!
staff:

Explore Los Angeles like a local next Saturday, February 23, with other Tumblr users. Details here.

Don’t miss this, Tumblr Fans!

staff:

Explore Los Angeles like a local next Saturday, February 23, with other Tumblr users. Details here.

propanestudio:

This Friday, businesses can choose to help Sandy victims - via GOOD Magazine.