Look. Think. Live. 14.

 

Nautilus – Rafael Araujo

Look.

Van Gogh inspired wallpapers would make any home beautiful. *** The next black and the future of fashion: innovation, sustainability, tech, and biology. *** The beautiful portfolio of Mick de Lint. *** Dr. Seuss meets climbing. *** An ongoing examination of the complexity of life told through an imagined mathematical framework. Poster by Rafael Araujo. *** Coca Cola bottle turns 100.

Think.

When the weather’s bad outside, workers are more productive at their jobs inside. And 22 degrees Celsius is the perfect productivity temperature in the office. *** The history of the five day workweek, and why it might be time to change it: “Beyond working more efficiently, a four-day workweek appears to improve morale and well-being.” *** Illusions in data visualization. *** 7 segments of outdoor consumers: 1. Achiever, 2. Outdoor Native, 3. Urban Athlete, 4. Aspirational Core, 5. Athleisurist, 6. Sideliner, 7. Complacent. Would love to get my hands on this report.

Live.

A simple creative vase project from Pierre LOTA. Estimated time to make: 5 seconds. *** And a slightly longer one that could finally put my glue gun to good use. *** This week’s indulgence: Double chocolate banana bread. *** Creative new travel website, inspiring you to book a flight and explore the world’s offbeat destinations. Still in beta. *** Cocktails to try with a great whiskey. On the list: Tiny Riot.

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