I was lucky to have found my course of life that follows this thinking early on. I couldn’t imagine doing anything else with my daily life that would give me such a reward.
video via chase heavener
I can’t remember the last time I anticipated the release of an app for my phone. I’m not a huge app user, I have my favorites, but I’m not always on the fox hunt for something new and amazing. Then, came along Clear.
These are some of the best use of the multi touch gestures I’ve seen in an app. The design is simple and void of—seemingly from the video—of any, or many nuances.
Not much you have to do to get me excited about a new Wes Anderson project—it’s no secret that I’m a fan of his work. When the trailer finally landed itself in front of my eyes, I sat back in anticipation and the thing that caught me right away was the departure from Futura.
After chasing some image links across the corners of the internet, I found out that she shot this amazing photo that I posted the other day. When I posted that picture, I did it quickly and without any research—the kinds of gun slinging posting that I regret later…
From her bio:
Toni Frissell, or Antoinette Frissell Bacon, (March 10, 1907 – April 17, 1988) was an American photographer, known for her fashion photography, World War II photographs, portraits of famous Americans and Europeans, children, and women from all walks of life.
Her work is polarizing and inspirational.