Today’s WISE-UP features wisdom from David Foster Wallace on attending a party.
A beautifully written piece that highlights that all-too-common male fear of female intellect, and their tendency to settle for those who don’t think for themselves.
Main man [one of many] Ira Glass drops some knowledge re: creativity.
Artist Anton Bundenko was working as a shot-firer and mountain engineer building tunnels all around Russia when he began dabbling in photography and collage: “It was exciting to combine two absolutely different things, but very difficult at the same time.”
In honor of Monday, let’s press the reset button and start anew with some inspiring images, reads, films, and tunes.
“You have said that writing is a hostile act; I have always wanted to ask you why.” Dabbling in Queen Didion, as per usual.
A delicious quote to break your heart on this fine Monday morning.
Art-See will be a weekly space devoted to featuring quirky artists whose work may be lesser-known to those with only a surface interest in the art sphere. First up, Eli Craven–collage visionary.
Ever since the publication of The Feminine Mystique, American women have been haunted by the problem of more.