Ciao!! How are you, my dear and passionate readers?
Today I am going back to Roma, with a load of new books I was given for my birthday and with some extra money for shopping! Finally, I can buy a pair of boots! :]
Here are some links, ready to share:
♥ Tavi Gevinson talks about feminism: she is so smart and YOUNG! Oh, I really admire her.
♥ These photos by Laura Alice Watt are incredible: soft lights, bright colors and great landscapes. Yes please!
♥ I really like food photography, I find it really difficult and therefore I admire food photographers. This is a tumblr blog about food, higly recommended!
♥ And now, some design related links: this Alfazoo is a collection of animals created with type. It is really interesting, and with such a vintage vibe!
♥ Milton Glaser talks about the 10 things he learned in his lifetime and professional career:
“It makes me nervous when someone believes too deeply or too much. I think that being sceptical and questioning all deeply held beliefs is essential. Of course we must know the difference between scepticism and cynicism because cynicism is as much a restriction of one’s openness to the world as passionate belief is. They are sort of twins. And then in a very real way, solving any problem is more important than being right”
♥ Nubby Twiglet writes about being ourselves while designing: so true! I believe she is a great designer and I really admire her work!
♥ This video from the ad campaign for HP printers left me speechless.
This is the smallest stopmotion video ever filmed!
“Professor Fletcher’s invention of the CellScope, which is a Nokia device with a microscope attachment, was the inspiration for a teeny-tiny film created by Sumo Science at Aardman. It stars a 9mm girl called Dot as she struggles through a microscopic world. All the minuscule detail was shot using CellScope technology and a Nokia N8, with its 12 megapixel camera and Carl Zeiss optics.”
It is amazing to see how powerful is technology nowadays, isn’t it?
See you next Thursday for more delicious links!
Have an amazing day and a delightful evening,
[Invisible girl picture, via ffffound]