Monday, September 13, 2010

Thursday, July 8, 2010

because its true

"This is Why I'll Never be an Adult"

heres the rest of the comic. she's funny.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

More to read!

Hey friends! I read this article from Design Sponge and thought it went along with what allie just posted.
Hope you like it!

How To Maintain Confidence in a Competitive Market

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

reading material!

some inspirational reading, via casey, on how to live awesome in a world that is all too often un-awesome. I dunno about you guys but a lot of the things these articles talk about have snagged me since graduation (especially the one about feeling guilty for taking time off work!)
seriously, read these! you'll be glad you did!

Tips and Tricks from an Art Slave

Feeling Guilty about Taking Time Off

Type 2 Procrastination

Top 10 Motivation Boosters

The Dunning-Kruger Effect


Saturday, May 29, 2010

Friday, May 28, 2010

seen this on CGunit this afternoon, had to repost immediately.

my new favorite blog / well of inspiration

MORBID ANATOMY I found this while flipping through some machine project photo archives on flickr, here's a repost of the detils:

The Secret Museum Exhibition, Photographs by Joanna Ebenstein. Observatory, 2010. Find out more here.An exhibition exploring the poetics of hidden, untouched and curious collections from around the world in photographs and artifacts, by Joanna Ebenstein, co-founder of Observatory and creator of Morbid Anatomy.Photographer and blogger Joanna Ebenstein has traveled the Western world seeking and documenting untouched, hidden, and curious collections, from museum store-rooms to private collections, cabinets of curiosity to dusty natural history museums, obscure medical museums to hidden archives. The exhibition “The Secret Museum” will showcase a collection of photographs from Ebenstein’s explorations–including sites in The Netherlands, Italy, France, Austria, England and the United States–which document these spaces while at the same time investigating the psychology of collecting, the visual language of taxonomies, notions of “The Specimen” and the ordered archive, and the secret life of objects and collections, with an eye towards capturing the poetry, mystery and wonder of these liminal spaces. In tandem with this exhibition, Ebenstein has organized a 2 week “Collector’s Cabinet” at the The Coney Island Museum, which will showcase astounding objects held in private collections, including artifacts featured in her Private Cabinet photo series of 2009.To download press release, which includes sample images, please click here.On view from April 10th-June 6thObservatory543 Union Street at Nevins, Brooklyn, New York (click here for directions)3-6 Thursday and Friday12-6 Saturday and Sunday

Also, when I saw this it made me wish that we had a camp Shomako(h?) group picture. I'll organize this if y'all will show up, perhaps at mine n jay's going away party?