“I was on a train listening to music, getting deep into it, and this girl started staring at me. After a while I took my headphones off and she came up to me, started signing and then wrote me a note to say that she was deaf but could almost feel the music by my movement.” Sofia Mattioli (via Jamie xx: Sleep Sound - NOWNESS)
The results showed that Garamond used 24% less ink than Times New Roman. Once this was applied to the government’s annual ink budget of $467 million, he concluded that the federal government could save $136 million a year by exclusively using Garamond.
In the age of music piracy and streaming, Wu-Tang have created a unique and experiential way to experience their new record. By creating one copy that will tour museums and galleries, listeners must attend a specific location to hear the album. Lovely. (via Why Wu-Tang Will Release Just One Copy Of Its Secret Album)
Ai Weiwei’s passport has been confiscated since his imprisonment in 2011 and the flowers in the bike basket, replaced with fresh ones every morning, stand as a silent and beautiful protest against his imprisonment. (via Studio Visit: Ai Weiwei - Cool Hunting)