- theatre with mitchell
- movies with mitchell
- lunch with mitchell
- goodbye dinner
leaving in the morning for another long weekend in san francisco :)
I’ll keep lying to myself.
Pense em alguma coisa que deixa você inseguro e escreva o que é em letras enormes. Use o espaço todo! Olhe bem para o que você escreveu. Agora vire a página. No seu primeiro livro, o artista gráfico americano Adam J. Kurtz usa provocações divertidas como esta para fazer o leitor refletir sobre sua vida ao mesmo tempo em que testa a própria criatividade. Como o título diz, cada página traz uma brincadeira diferente. Pode ser uma pergunta, uma sugestão de desenho ou um pedido para que você crie uma lista de músicas para seu amor verdadeiro ou das melhores fatias de pizza que comeu na vida. O autor também pede para o leitor colar objetos inusitados nas páginas do livro e compartilhar nas redes sociais algumas das anotações feitas nele. Uma maneira espirituosa e lúdica de buscar o autoconhecimento. (via UMA PAGINA DE CADA VEZ | Livraria Cultura)
1 Page at a Time is actually coming out in Brazil first!!
It’s being released by Paralela (Companhia Das Letras) and I’m very excited about it, and them. There’s gonna be some good surprises at the São Paulo International Book Biennial at the end of next month.
Anonymous said: I started following you months ago because of your week in scraps project! I reblog every one I see and I don't understand why they don't all blow up!
That’s really nice, thank you! Sometimes I think about making this blog only that sort of thing from me but then where would I embarrass myself, right?
I don’t really “get” why tumblr likes some things and not others. But I love the idea of saving scraps and there’s a lot of that in my upcoming book and I don’t plan on stopping any time soon.
Thanks for the extra love lately!
Anonymous said: You probably get this often, but "week in scrap" is probably the best concept iv seen in a while! Awesome work!
i actually never get that, so thank you! i don’t know why this past week’s post exploded, but it’s cool that new people are discovering the project, especially now that there’s tons of them to look at.
Anonymous said: Are there any books/online destinations you would suggest for beginner graphic designers?
hmmm maybe pick another profession probably? idk. there’s this snask book i have wanted for a long time. don’t ask me. from now on i pass all questions about design off to e-r-h.
Anonymous said: I had a dream about you where you were eating a giant pizza-like burrito with meatballs and selling wierd zines in some sort of backlit club in Stockholm and it was you and a few english speaking people and me and all my instagram crushes and all I can think of today is what does it all mean
i think you are describing a calzone? i’ve never had that because it sounds like an indoor theme park but it’s definitely real. anyway i want to visit stockholm sometime so maybe we can invite your crushes and do this thing.
i’m doing a limited WEEKEND SURPRISE GRAB BAG for the next two days. you’ll get my “literally a giant tool bag” tote bag packed with new stuff, old stuff that’s not available anymore, and a bunch of good surprises and treats.
only ten available!
"memory preserves what happened in life and also what happened in the life of the mind."
from night thoughts, by sarah arvio
cover design by malingabriella