Written for Twelve South’s round up, #TheTwelve.
President’s Day weekend is usually one of the coldest weekends of the year in our hometown, Charleston, South Carolina. Although it’s still cold, Phil predicted an early spring. For February’s The Twelve, we’re loving bright colors, natural and unnatural scenes.
After reading this Gear Patrol post on Platform, we can’t wait to get one in Charleston.
Joshua Budich’s illustrations of pop culture food and drink made us smile.
The Ancient Origins of Your Obsession with Adult Coloring Books is an interesting, in-depth look at what might be considered a fad. It goes in depth about flow, sand mandalas, and how coloring clears the mind.
Tthe entire article is interesting, and brings up great points about getting into creative flow. A certain phrase struck me as particularly poignant: “experiencing a mindlessness born from mindfulness on a task.” It’s something I miss about writing and hope to get back to it – the inner mind connecting directly with my keyboard, untangling knots I didn’t know were there.
These unexpected combinations from Paul Fuentes have us looking at things differently.
We’re all taking Knozen‘s minute personality test – it’s pretty accurate, fun, and nice to look at.
The trait I had the highest score for was patience, with a 10/10. Then caring and brainy, tied at 8. Shy and confident, both 7s. Serious I scored poorly, 3, with a score of 0 for being aggressive. Be, aggressive, be be, aggressive.
We love this infographic about how to live like a creative. We sent it to our creative team, who found it surprisingly accurate.
This outlines my entire day and I thought it was bizarre. Although I’m glad I’m not the only one working these hours.
NASA’s jet propulsion lab is giving away downloads of their 14 travel posters for extraterrestrial vacation spots.
Speaking of space, Charlie Lloyd’s gif of a day on earth is amazing.
I just need to decide what to read.