Some Things | Vol. 01: Ouroboros
The ouroboros is an ancient symbol of a snake or serpent eating its own tail, variously signifying infinity and the cycle of birth and death. A repetitive cycle that denotes creation arising out of destruction.
Stay with us on this... with all the mayhem of late we think it’s a timely reminder that we need creativity more than ever.
On to the things…
IKEA turns spelling mistake into a limited edition product with a purpose via Famous Campaigns
The ‘4th Beastie Boy’ - radio wielding, downtown New York photographer Ricky Powell has left us. Check out Everybody Street: Ricky Powell via Alldayeveryday
How a 16-year-old with cerebral palsy inspired Nike’s hands-free sneaker you put on without your hands via New York Magazine
Disconnect to continue. To read an excerpt from Henderson’s extremely timely book Offline Matters you’ll need to go offline via Jess Henderson
Legendary German filmmaker, Werner Herzog discusses skateboarding via Jenkem Mag
Madlib x Four Tet = Very, very, very good via Spotify
A look at the evolution of GTA in-game radio via Genius News
14 best fashion documentaries to stream right now, with one glaring omission - Wim Wenders' 1989 film about Yohji Yamamoto, 'Notebook on Cities & Clothes' via i-D
Shuggie Otis - “Inspiration Information” is a solid soundtrack to write newsletters to via YouTube
RIP SOPHIE :( via YouTube
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