In 1969, Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young performed for nearly half a million people at the legendary Woodstock Festival. A year later they released their first album, Deja Vu, which sold 14 million copies worldwide. Then, things started coming apart.
This is effectively a one and a half minute commercial, but it’s also one of the most soothing, satisfying things you’ll see today.
In Bret Victor’s groundbreaking talk Stop Drawing Dead Fish, he compellingly argues that new media call for new ways to express ourselves, and not just to repeat our old styles of expression in a new format.
The new logo you see in the upper left corner was made for me by a very talented artist named Berk Tarakcıoğlu.
Check out this beautiful and oddly compelling collection of intentionally inconvenient objects.
From the New York Times, the fascinating story of the search for the inspiration of Van Gogh’s final work during his last days.