– Who’s your favorite?
– Looking forward to visiting Philly and seeing the Zoe Strauss show.
– Mailing out disposable cameras for folks around the world to take pictures and mail them back. Dreamy and happy.
– Visible 2011 is an art prize granting 25k Euros to artists/collectives that don’t make art for art’s sake. Rather the prize supports those who create work that emphasize social change and is not self-referential. Love this.
– Catching an ear infection from Holler’s show at New Museum. GROSS!
– Awesome ad campaign to get students and parents to consider BFA / MFA programs.
– Tents, sleeping bags, and Occupying artists.
– Recipe for Halal cart style chicken and rice.
– How Supreme became a global cult.
– The lack of touch in marriages.
– I’d be happy to live in an obliterated room courtesy Yayoi Kusama.
– There’s nothing quite like a real book.
– Basic mandarin for foodies.
– The cultural revolution cookbook.
– Miss Lily’s opens up a juice shop.
– Gross and amusing: travel around the world to spot all Hirst’s spots and win a signed print by said Hirst.
– North Korean newspaper, translated.
– The beauty of pollination.
– Typography + architecture = this.
– The state of immigration in US.
– Still reading through 100 most powerless New Yorkers.
– At home with Ai Wei Wei and living in a state of pre-tech stone age. Also, this: “I’d rather say that Andy Warhol is the American Ai Weiwei”.
– I MUST watch Wes Anderson’s new film Moonrise Kingdom.
– Slideshow of a preggy Beyonce.
– Translating Murakami and why not to read anything in translation.
– Sorry to do this to you but….Shit Nobody Says.
– Gingrich is such a pig!
– Cape Town hipsters sweat ironically in post-cool heat wave: ““We’re just not sure whether to embrace sweat as a creative expression of ‘post-cool’, or to shun it as too mainstream” he added. “I mean, we were sweating long before it was popular.”
– A look into the house of Hold Steady’s bandleader Craig Finn.
– iBooks Author lets you write your own book.
– Kickstarter raises 100mil worth for all their projects.