There is no lone creative genius

Read this whole post…brilliant and thought provoking.

creativesomething:

There’s an iconic photograph of Steve Jobs, taken during the very early, successful days of the company he helped start: Apple.

In the photo you can see Steve sitting in his home, only a lamp, a sitting pad, a few vinyl records, a record player, and a notebook sitting in the room with him….

scienceisbeauty:

Going to `The Walking Book´? Well, death is the only absolute certainty we have as living beings… but then… what happens to your social accounts when you die?. An interesting infographic by Webpage FX via LifeHacker.
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something to think about

scienceisbeauty:

Going to `The Walking Book´? Well, death is the only absolute certainty we have as living beings… but then… what happens to your social accounts when you die?. An interesting infographic by Webpage FX via LifeHacker.

(High-res)

something to think about

(via we-are-star-stuff)

I don’t always agree with him on some subjects, but this I do agree with.

(Source: cindymayweather, via steven-chase)

More great wood block prints from my Pistilbooks friends Amy Candiotti and a poem from Sean Carlson! Enjoy more designs at Etsy.com

wannabeanimator:

CalArts Lecture via Robertryan Cory

excellent observations on character design and balance.

(via rootstudio)

Happy Birthday, Erik Satie!

austinkleon:

I’ve been playing “3 Gymnopédies” a lot on piano recently, so I was pleasantly surprised to discover that today is Erik Satie’s birthday.

He was, like, many of the greats, a walker:

On most mornings after he moved to Arcueil, Satie would return to Paris on foot, a distance of about…

One of my favorite composers, not only for his music, but because he was such an accomplished eccentric.