That he has “cool” in his name: Kevin Cooley His photos are dreamy.
Is what I’ve been having lately. I’ve been working on a book for Magna Faire, and have borked it up twice already. We’ll see if the third time is the charm. So in lieu of sharing my grump with you … Continue reading
So I am back to learning Hindi again, a little more so this time. I had given it up for a while, as I got almost to learning new verbs and the couldn’t memorize them or remember postpositions or remember … Continue reading
You’re so awesome. I’ve been watching the Guild pretty religiously, and so then added Felicia Day to my RSS feed so that I wouldn’t miss updates. Today, she posted about this excellent NASA video, which I now share with you: … Continue reading
Before I became a graphic designer, I was a fine artist. I made gigantic collages out of stacks and stacks of the same magazine (all Time, or all fashion magazines, etc) plus these weird contour drawings I painted over with … Continue reading
Plus pizza. The fiber of today’s friday is not the yarn kind, but instead my current obsession, which is chain-stitch embroidery. (I went looking for examples of this sort of thing, and wanted CC-licensed stuff, and lo and behold this … Continue reading
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Dang it. I posted this, then WordPress deleted the post. Curse you! Anyway, there’s a blog by New Yorkers in Delhi, and you should go read it, and I was going to be more articulate about it but I don’t … Continue reading
Well, sort of. This is something I’ve been proud to follow and work with for a while (in a small, tangential sense): I get so emotional watching this video. It completely blows me away, thinking about what these kids, who … Continue reading
Klaus Pierre. Seriously. This guy is awesome (and yes, I know that it’s all very cleverly written, yaddah yaddah; it doesn’t make him any less awesome).
If I were a man, I’d be rather hirsute, I think (though I don’t find beards and moustaches attractive on men, personally, as a woman). I’d have a big, bushy, Regency-style beard/sideburns combo, like a walrus, and I’d so totally … Continue reading