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31 May 2011
I was searching for a Nick Drake song, and then I saw this. Wow. I can't wait to make it!



30 May 2011
What happens if you mix poetry and collage? You get a nice photostream full of lovely words and art. Check out lunelait and show her some love! Here's my favourite, As the Bruises Fade, the Lightning Aches by Richard Brautigan:



28 May 2011
If you know anyone who is graduating, loves reading, loves books, and most importantly, loves Jack Kerouac, then this might just be the perfect gift (via Flavorwire):



27 May 2011
I normally don't celebrate commercial holidays like Valentine's Day and Father's Day, but I've recently had a change since I found out that my brother's wife is pregnant. I'm so excited for my brother, since this is his first kid. In some ways, I can't believe that he's gonna be a Dad, but I'm still kind of excited for him. Either way, this year, I decided to make a few new Father's Day designs in honor of my brother. Hopefully someone else will like them too!






27 May 2011
Artist Jane Mount "paint[s] people's ideal bookshelves: your favorite books, books that changed your life, books that made you who you are."

I love her work! There is something really, really wonderful about this. She has a book coming out in a few years. Read more about it here.



26 May 2011
I am always fascinated when great artists and auteurs share that they like to read, or listen to music, or watch TV or the movies. It's a small personal glimpse into their lives outside the work that they do, and I am curious as to what they consume - intellectually, that is. I wonder if these are a part of what makes them awesome. Found via Studio 360:

"Recently, Kurt Andersen caught up with Steven Soderbergh at New York's Pratt Institute and came back with a nice little morsel — a list of Soderbergh's cultural diet, broken down day by day, for the last year...Turns out that Soderbergh is a voracious reader, devouring tomes by Jonathan Franzen, Barbara Kingsolver, and David Foster Wallace in what appears to be mere days."

See his complete list here (PDF). It also contains films he has watched.