♥ Chocolate-covered orange peels from Cupcakes and Cashmere. My mouth is watering!
♥ In just a few short weeks, Mercury will be going retrograde. Gala Darling has a much-needed survival guide.
♥ Sarah Maple has excellent advice for young/new/graduate artists:
1. Expect everyone you meet in the art world (especially people interested in exhibiting your work) to be either a) a bastard or b) sub-human. This way you will avoid feeling any kind of human emotion towards your dealer and if, for example, they make £100,000 selling your work and don’t give you any money, you won’t mind asking for some. Also, if they turn out to be nice then that’ll be a nice surprise.
The covers are letterpressed and the interiors are 2 color offset, all bound with glue for tearoutability and black binding tape for fanciness / vintagefeelperfection.
♥ Also from Jessica Hische: Inspiration vs Imitation, an extremely informative doodle!
♥ And on that same note: Seth Godin answers the question: Where do ideas come from?
♥ Where Good Ideas Come From. Here’s the 4 minute preview of the book by Steven Johnson:
I haven’t read the book, although I’m intrigued. But the video is fantastic!
♥ About a week ago, Gala Darling and Molly Crabapple sat down with Josh Harris: Madcap Visionary. He’s been studying the limits of privacy online for decades. Extremely interesting!
♥ Problogger shares 13 Tips for Beginning Bloggers (and a great review for those of us who have been doing it for a bit).