love thinking about being organized. more than i am organized anyway.
by CZ Naemeka “In short, they contend that too many brains and dollars have been shoveled into resolving what I call ‘anti-problems’ – interests usually centered about food or fashion or ‘social’or gaming.”
(via Tilt Stool | MoMA Store) Love the way you can be supported but still move.
The great Stephen Jay Gould, whom we lost 11 years ago this week and who has done more for the popular understanding of science than anyone since Carl Sagan, on the secret of what people call his genius.
Forget Myers-Briggs. A study out of BI Norwegian Business School has determined the signposts of a “creative” personality. There are seven of them, so if you’re thinking about quitting your job as a lawyer or stock analyst to go on tour with your band or finally write that novel, you might want to consider the list below.
Taslim Martin’s Kente stool is my evening inspiration as i do some African inspired textile research. Picturing it in my home.
Loving the new tumblr from the print studios!
From teaching archives at Print@Stamps: Anna Henrickson
A wall of rabbits and some more rabbits by Anna Henrickson, class of 2011, Stamps alumina, artist and designer now living and working in New Orleans
love this - so fun and lively.
The New Yorker’s Endorsement of Barack Obama : The New Yorker
another example of a stellar woman at the top. don’t think obama needed to search far and wide for the super women in his administration because they’re at the top in the democratic party.