What We Read This Week

Having a crafty girlfriend = good. Having a crafty girlfriend that forces you to pose in her Etsy product photos = not so much. Sad Etsy Boyfriends

The good dudes at Huckberry asked me to put together a list of my current favorite things. Huckberry: Tastemakers: Brad Bennett

And finally, for anyone who still thinks cats are better than dogs, I submit this video of dogs shaking off in super slow-mo. Vimeo: Shake

Here’s to the strange rise of the Risograph. Keep this one in your back pocket, it’ll come in handy one day. Issue Press: An Atlas of Modern Risography

“In late May of this year, a few weeks shy of her fiftieth birthday, my youngest sister, Tiffany, committed suicide.” The latest from David Sedaris. The New Yorker: Now We Are Five

The Guggenheim opened fifty-four years ago this week, and in celebration, their website released some incredible footage of the opening day. Guggenheim: Guggenheim Museum Opening Day Film

I’m admittedly biased, but these videos based on Matt Zoller Seitz’s book The Wes Anderson Collection are amazing. Vimeo: RogerEbert.com

Embrace your inner explorer and tour Iceland with ISAK 4×4’s Defenders. Aether Journal: ISAK 4X4 Iceland Adventures

Shared some pictures from our stay at The Marston House in Bonnieux, France on the blog. N’East Illustrated: The Marston House

Great article about how the book publishing industry is thriving, not failing. The Atlantic: Why Book Publishing’s Doomsayers Are So Wrong