Photo by Ryan Marshall
“You Are My Wild is a weekly portrait project that brings together 14 photographers to document how they see their children.”
Photo by Shelby Brakken
Remember when the Web was just projects like this?
Photo by Anje Bridge
Is there a project that made you happy recently? Tell us in comments.
Don’t you wish someone would make this heart-shaped crater on Mars into a letterpress Valentine, so you could send it to all your nerd friends? I know.
As part of my Life List, I’m photographing all the public libraries in San Francisco.
San Francisco is your home.
Dashiell Hammet‘s typewriter.
Bust of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in California.
Hello, fellow book lovers. Right now, the California Library Association is trying to restore $15.2 million in State funding in hopes of preventing the loss of $16 million in Federal funding. Please take a minute to write a letter or two in support of restoring funding. All the information you need is here, so go get yourself a pen.
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Interior design and pet wrangling by Victoria Smith of sfgirlbybay, who is a lovely host. It’s possible I was not sober when I did this on Instagram. (Speaking of which, my favorite thing about this photo Victoria took is how I might as well be naked and people would still only notice Victoria’s rug. Internet, you are weird.)
Lucy is so proud of your progress.
The hand soap dispenser is a stickler for details.
The apron made cookies for the Science Olympiad team.
The sewing machine goes to bed at 8 p.m. on a Saturday.
This Catherine Holm saucier never knows what to say when people ask what she does.
This Vermouth is living in his parents’ rec room.
This throw pillow feels overdressed.
This cheese plate is tired of discussing Sartre.
This chalkboard can barely admit how he feels.
This air fern is secretly in love with the West Elm vase.
This George Nelson lamp was afraid of you in high school.
This task lamp is busy right now.
This egg isn’t sure about being born into this world. Not like this.
These antlers don’t really like cocktail parties.
This foot scored higher on the SATs than you.
This glass of wine is unimpressed.
Yesterday after posting photos of my Hawaii hair, I asked: What is your city doing to your hair? And the answer was: Cute things.
Is today a good hair day? You can still play along on Twitter and Instagram, just use the hashtag #cityhair.
What’s your city doing to your hair?
Post a link to your Instagram or Twitter photo in comments. Use the hashtag #cityhair.
And you thought bikes without gears were hipster.
Photos by Zhaohua Sen, via The Creators Project.
The Obliteration Room by Yayoi Kusama
What happens when you give thousands of kids stickers and tell them to go to town. This makes my heart go boom-ba-boom.
Adobe’s Remake Project
Photographers reinterpret famous paintings. Photos paired with paintings used to be one of my favorite things to post about here.
(via A Cup of Jo)
It was cool until clowns started pouring out of it. I’m still having nightmares.
Leafy Seadragon, I am so into you right now.