Here is a list of awesome, interesting, amazing, and incredible things I’ve come across this week:
“I don’t think that you can argue with the idea that great artists have great (if by “great,” you mean prolific) love lives. (…) What I take issue with is the idea that female artists can’t enjoy the same “fruits” of their labor. (…) Do great artists have more sex? Probably. Do women artists have less sex? Maybe. Or maybe they’re still conditioned by society to keep it a secret” [Big Think via Violet Blue]
(see above: Reclining Nude, 1928, by Suzanne Valadon)
It actually walks quite far following the people as they back away and gives them a crab before jetting back to the water. Amazing.
“Its 19 pages are crammed with more than 4,000 words — short stories, news, even advertisements — discernible only by magnifying glass.” [NPR.org]
I remember seeing this a few months ago and noticed the link circulating again this week. It’s worth taking a look if you haven’t seen it (or even if you have). You might have a few of these products in your kitchen. [Food Freedom]
And the best thing I came across this week:
Certainly is. “GetUp! in Australia released a commercial on Thursday from the perspective of one half of a gay couple in love. It builds to the big moment that they want legalized — a proposal to get married.” [Advocate.com] (also below)