Archive
2018 Archive

The official portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald were unveiled today. And they’re awesome.

Michael Hobbes comes to a tough conclusion in a beautifully design and profoundly in-depth article for Highline… Millennials are screwed.

Ipnot is a Japanese embroidery artist and she creates realistic miniature artworks out of yarn.

Are.na is a platform for creative thinking and research that is open to everyone. It’s also a community where curiosity and collaboration are more important than algorithms and likes.

Die With Me is a chat app you can only enter when you have less than 5% battery. Die together in a chatroom full of strangers on your way to offline peace.

Pudding mapped the #1 song of last month in over 3000 regions around the world to see how different cultures’ music transcends borders.

Nintendo doesn’t make the most powerful consoles, but they usually know how to make them fun. Nintendo Labo is their new experiment, a new line of interactive build-and-play cardboards that combine DIY creations with the magic of the Nintendo Switch.

Christopher Payne went to one of America’s last pencil factories, photographing the colourful and intensive process, all put together in a heartwarming article for the New York Times.

Swedish animator Guldies took over 4000 pictures, in his own desk, in his own bedroom. The result is a wonderful short film played in 18fps.

Kai Brach is the founder and and sole operator of Offscreen Magazine, a gorgeous print publication that shares stories about the people who shape the web. Envato made a short documentary on his journey from designing in the digital world to print.