Wise advice from artist and educator Sister Corita Kent for a class she taught at Immaculate Heart College in 1967-1968. Hand-written by Lisa Congdon.
ON PROCRASTINATION / DISTRACTIONS:
“As we all know, it’s easier to do trivial things that are urgent, than it is to do important things that are not urgent– like thinking. And it is also easier to do things we know we can do than start on big things that we’re not sure about.”
This John Cleese talk on creativity is an old one but a very good one.
I fell in love with Toulouse-Lautrec not through his famous Moulin Rouge posters, but through these intimate, wonderfully scribbly paintings of couples in bed.
Thierry Cohen’s Darkened Cities project envisions the skies we’d see without air or light pollution.
Hong Kong 22° 17′ 55” N 2012-03-23 Lst 14:54
New York 40° 42′ 16” N 2010-10-9 Lst 3:40
San Francisco 37° 48′ 30” N 2010-10-9 Lst 20:58
Rio de Janeiro 22° 56′ 42” S 2011-06-04 Lst 12:34
George Wesley Bellows, 1907