1. SUP ocean explore from mark cooley on Vimeo.

    Family vacation at St. George Island, exploring the GoPro and stand up paddle boarding.

    Music by Family of the Year: Hero
    itunes.apple.com/us/artist/family-of-the-year/id331169143

  2. What I love about opening sentences is the complete lack of rules, how each writer gets to decide how best to guide a reader into their narrative. A writer, after all, is the instructor for the experience of their own work, and the opening sentence––after the book design, title, and epigraph––is among the reader’s first impressions. Opening sentences are not to be written lightly.

    — Jonathan Russell Clark on “The Art of the Opening Sentence.” (via millionsmillions)

  3. (Source: m0ricem0)

  4. 271 Years Before Pantone, an Artist Mixed and Described Every Color Imaginable in an 800-Page Book →

  5. Love when brands print on napkins. Good opportunity to share a story… It’s a final good-by kiss before you discard. (at Jeni’s Dublin)

    Love when brands print on napkins. Good opportunity to share a story… It’s a final good-by kiss before you discard. (at Jeni’s Dublin)

  6. thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

your rabbit

    thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

    your rabbit

  7. Blog - Wolff Olins Blog - A new way to make brands →

  8. Luche burpee’ (at GetBUILT CrossFit)

    Luche burpee’ (at GetBUILT CrossFit)

  9. Today’s inspiration comes from Piet Zwart. To those working in in-house environments be inspired by what he designed back in 1925. This is a catalogue for NKF (high tension cable manufacturer.)

    I ran into Zwart’s work years ago and then rediscovered it while preparing my De Stijl lesson plan. I think we all can benefit from the idea that what you do matters and if you put yourself in your work, you may even have design/architecture nerds talking about it some day.

  10. wesandersonpalettes:

Steve Zissou: Don’t point that gun at him, he’s an unpaid intern.

    wesandersonpalettes:

    Steve Zissou: Don’t point that gun at him, he’s an unpaid intern.

  11. the creative who just switched to digital after doing traditional for years

    thisadvertisinglife:

    Meghan! Such a great gif, thank you.

    Yes!!

  12. I’m totally standing behind the idea that we should all do a little less, sit more and do nothing but enjoy the music

    — Nils Frahm, The 405 (via christyfrink)