“It’s like transmutation.”


Douglas Coupland on why he loves shopping.

“I like the way stores work so hard to earn your enthusiasm. Stores are so well thought out and make your head feel shiny and new, and then you get home and your house is a mess and you think to yourself, well, at least stores have their shit together.”

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“Im Driven To Black & White Because of My Vessel”

Mike Giant talks art and color blindness in the opening episode of the new season of The Creative Lives.

Deep Thoughts and Smoking in the Crumbling Mushroom Kingdom


Experience Super Mario Bros. as only a depressed Luigi can.

The Art of First Impressions… in Design and Life

Chip Kidd gets to the point

“In Love, the Currency is Virtue”

Ayn Rand, making business out of everything.

“I Got A Space, I Fill It In”

The Fearless Steve Powers

Ain’t That The Truth…


Bert Rodriguez, It’s The Least I Can Do (2014)

The Life Cycle of a Plastic Bottle

The More You Know…

“Friendship Is An Island You Retreat To”

Ray Bradbury doles out life and creative advice in the back of a taxi.

“If comics need to be deconstructed and explained, something is really wrong with them.”


Bill Watterson has a new interview out that’s been excerpted from “Exploring Calvin and Hobbes,” the catalogue for the recent Calvin and Hobbes retrospective exhibition at Ohio State’s Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum.

Definitely worth a read

“When I’m looking for something to blow people’s minds, who better than a skateboarder who talks about neuroscience and memory and stuff like that?”


Can Rodney Mullen save Silicon Valley from itself?

Photo by J. Grant Brittain

“Network Eddie”


Eddie Huang pens a wisdom-filled account of the delicate balance of compromise in the business of Network television.

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