We're back to give you more visual inspiration, beautiful ideas and thoughts to mull around your head for a few moments. Here's what's on our mind this week.
So blatant you can barely call it satire, “Triangle of Sadness” critiques consumerism and social class in a funny, unexpected tale of a luxury cruise gone wrong.
This film reminded us what good storytelling and movie-making looks like.
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This beautifully designed book:
“‘QSL?’ chronicles a moment in time before the Internet age, when global communication was thriving via amateur, or ‘ham,’ radio operators.” A perfect gift for the designer in your life.
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In this interview series, we ask bright minds what they're thinking about right now. One of our latest interviews features Sougwen Chung, who creates art in collaboration with robots.
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This quote from Virginia Woolf:
“I am reading six books at once, the only way of reading; since, as you will agree, one book is only a single unaccompanied note, and to get the full sound, one needs ten others at the same time.”
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This mesmerizing motion periodic table:
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