It’s the weekend all over again friends.
Have a great one wherever you are and whoever you’re with.

I think you’ll like these picks, all different, all beautiful, all interesting and inspiring.


Who here wouldn’t actually like to go to space? In a heartbeat, just for a few days. Chris Hadfield made space living real for us, in this article Marsha Ivins gives her account of what’s stayed with her over her five missions.

If you don’t tuck your arms into the bag, they drift out in front of you. Sometimes you wake up in the morning to see an arm floating in front of your face and think, “Whoa! What is that?” until you realize it’s yours.


This is really cool, a quick and informative guide to drawing the human body.
Maybe you’ll be at a loose end of the Christmas holidays or just fancy taking some time for yourself these evenings, if you’ve ever thought you’d like to be able to draw try, Craftsy’s Drawing the Human Body: A Primer.

FYI: that photo above has a perfect drawing sample in Marsha’s left hand (photo right).


Stephen Orlando’s site is stunning. Pre-programmed LED lights attached to swimmers’ arms and rowers’ oars.


Oh Beyoncé, you’re a woman of many talents, much fame and living an easily enviable life.
Perfect, imperfect.
Let the lady tell you what is:

And on that: 30 Famous Women on Overcoming Their Insecurities

16. “I make a point to never, ever point out my physical flaws … this is advice I give to women as often as I can. People don’t notice the things we see in ourselves that we hate, so why direct them to it? Living with your flaws doesn’t mean you should tell people about them.” —Dita Von Teese, The Guardian, 2006


We finally, finally got our fireplaces replaced with stoves this week so now that we’ve got a nice warm living room I’m going to get down to starting on this list of 40 films about photography from Resource Magazine. I’ve seen a small handful of these, there’s research to be done!

This one’s up first, FUR: An imaginary portrait of Diane Arbus.

How many of these films have you seen? What would you recommend? Anything else to add to the list?