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fastcodesign:

Perhaps consider quitting your day job to write about shoes.
"Bloggers are becoming brands in themselves, turning their musings on fashion into businesses."
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fastcodesign:

Perhaps consider quitting your day job to write about shoes.

"Bloggers are becoming brands in themselves, turning their musings on fashion into businesses."

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nprbooks:

These 10 Summer Cookbooks Will Make The Good Life Even Better: Summer is the time for indulgence, whether that means lingering in farmers markets, or partaking in some usually forbidden pleasures — the fried, the icy sweet, the charred and meaty.

There’s a little something for everyone in this list, but all go just fine with bare toes and a sun hat. Bon appetit!

(via npr)

unconsumption:

Victoria, B.C., residents Marco Khalil and Caroline West, who together own a business selling vintage goods, found a small school bus for sale on Craigslist. They turned the 1979 bus into a vacation home — a mobile cabin — that not only serves as a backyard cabin on their property, but can serve as a pop-up shop for their business. 

Read more about it, and see additional photos taken by Caroline, over on Design*Sponge: A School Bus Turned Vacation Home | Design*Sponge

An upcycled, multipurpose space filled with vintage crates used as storage, maps used as window covering — what’s not to love about this?!

sfmoma:

The Second World Festival of Black Arts and Culture, FESTAC ‘77, featured 40,000 artists convening in Lagos, Nigeria for cultural festival that rivaled the size of the Olympics.
It was a festival that featured names like Stevie Wonder and Sun Ra. It brought together visual artists, musicians and writers.
What is baffling is how an event so large has remained in near obscurity.
If you haven’t heard of FESTAC ‘77, you aren’t alone. On view in San Francisco Public Library through June 29, Chimurenga Library activates the library to begin uncovering the history of this significant festival. 
Enjoy the journey…
Want to learn more? Visit the Chimurenga Library blog→
Need more information about the exhibition→

sfmoma:

The Second World Festival of Black Arts and Culture, FESTAC ‘77, featured 40,000 artists convening in Lagos, Nigeria for cultural festival that rivaled the size of the Olympics.

It was a festival that featured names like Stevie Wonder and Sun Ra. It brought together visual artists, musicians and writers.

What is baffling is how an event so large has remained in near obscurity.

If you haven’t heard of FESTAC ‘77, you aren’t alone. On view in San Francisco Public Library through June 29, Chimurenga Library activates the library to begin uncovering the history of this significant festival. 

Enjoy the journey…

Want to learn more? Visit the Chimurenga Library blog

Need more information about the exhibition

(Source: chimurengalibrary)