Emma Watson and why the Artemis archetype makes for awesome heroines
[videos] Lena Dunham gives great advice
This plate | these stickers | these paintings are extraordinary
Still time to snap up our 72-hour super bundle! Sale ends at midnight PST tonight
The best 404 page EVER
Mary Oliver on the magic of punctuation
“Although introverts are wired at birth to prefer solitude over socializing, and listening over talking, they’re not—by any reasonable definition—deficient in the arts of self-expression or the power to influence others. Inherent in almost all of them is an “extroverted aptitude” altogether capable of charming and captivating those around them. As long as they have the knowledge, will, desire—and passion—to do so, introverts carry within them the same potential for charisma as do their more “out there” counterparts.” … from this post (thanks Anthony)
[video] Cloud magic
And finally, the autumn session of Photo Meditations starts on Monday! I’m obsessed with photography at the moment, thanks to the new book I’m shooting, so if you’ve ever wanted to take a photography class with me, now’s the time :) Read all the deets and sign up over here
Happy weekend, loves! xo
The book creation adventure continues, with new-to-me parts of London getting added to my favourites list. I lived here for ten years the first time and I can’t believe I never ventured out to Kew Gardens — it’s absolutely magical! I only had time to see a fraction of the place, but what I did see was enough to persuade me to buy a season ticket. If you only have a couple of days in London there are other places you should check out first (and I’ll be doing a Things to See in London post soon), but if you’re here for a week or more, plan to spend a day there. It’s worth it, trust me.
Creating this book has been an invitation to submerge myself in photography — I snap photos with my iPhone every day, but breaking out the big cameras is a whole other game. Still, I really do believe it’s our eyes that take photos. It doesn’t matter what camera you use, it’s more about the intention behind the picture you take. Recording a memory… creating art… sharing a peek into your world… taking a portrait to treasure. To my mind, photography is magical.
The autumn session of Photo Meditations is currently enrolling, so if you’d like to take your photography up a notch with me (smart phones are more than welcome, by the way!) head over here to read more and sign up. This is the last time the class will run this year xo