So if you live in America and watch the news, this week has been a pretty crazy one. That said, there was lots that happened that didn’t involve politics, espionage or Senate hearings.
French photographer Rémy Soubanère chronicled the bleak side of Paris at night in an homage to the classic French film, Alphaville by Jean-Luc Godard. Make sure to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the Lens Culture article to see all the photos, which are absolutely stunning and oddly dystopian.
I’ve long suspected this but it was empowering to read that one of the biggest obstacles to creativity is busyness. Make time to create. Every single day.
There’s nothing like travel to dust off the cobwebs in your mind but it turns out that it’s also good for your physical health too.
Irish musician Glen Hansard was part of a group that made an old-fashioned sea bound pilgrimage and chronicled it in Camino By Sea – A Modern DayCeltic Odyssey. I can’t wait to see the final film, which you can help get finished by chipping in here.
It turns out that North Korea owns a backpackers hostel in Berlin. File that under things I thought I’d never read.
Lastly, the video below is by Alex Dezen of The Damnwells and might just be the most disarming song I’ve heard in a long time. It’s provocative to say the least and definitely makes you think about inherent racial bias. In the end, it’s hopeful, introspective and challenging. Had the chance to catch Alex’s show in Houston this past week and it was absolutely amazing.