Great illustrations of birds in nautical uniform by Japanese illustrator, Sato.
Jens Risom, age 96, standing in front of his prefab house that he designed and had built for his family in 1967 off the coast of Rhode Island. It would be a sweet location for a Canvas shoot. Read more at: http://www.dwell.com/renovation/article/jens-risoms-block-island-family-retreat
I love great animation, architecture and alphabets. This is a great animated short about the world’s most influential architects. Concept and Animation: Andrea Stinga, Federico Gonzalez
I am not a coffee drinker, but if I were, this would be my spot. Camp 4 Coffee is located in beautiful Crested Butte, Colorado and all their coffee is “roasted by hand in small batches by human beings.” It’s a principle I can definitely get behind. And you don’t have to go to Crested Butte to support these guys – their coffee is sold online. www.camp4coffee.com
Ellsworth Kelly Prints at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, through April 28. http://www.mmoca.org/exhibitions-collection/exhibits/ellsworth-kelly-prints
In the new year, take risks, embrace adventure, and “Take to the open”.
Sitting down with Nathan Greenwalt, owner/distiller of the Old Sugar Distillery of Madison, WI.
In the window of Revolution Cycles, Madison, WI.
These sculptures are embedded in the sidewalk on 41 Street between Park and Madison in New York City. There are many more than the ones shown here, and they are all worth a stop. I was compelled to read every one even though it took me about fifteen minutes to walk one city block in the rain. Just watch behind you when you hit the brakes.