Reader: March 24, 2013

– How printing ink is made.

– Interview with T Magazine’s creative director Patrick Li.

Crowd Supply, the new crowdfunding platform for product designers.

– Tilda Swinton as a performance artist sleeping inside a box at MoMA? I’ll take it.

– Harmony Korine AMA on reddit.

– The best photogenic dog award goes to: Maddie.

Jash and the new Hollywood.

– Disney princesses get the Spring Breakers treatment.

“Koreans have the reputation for being nose-to-the-grindstone, study-smarties. But looking around Seoul today, one can only conclude they’re ready to enjoy themselves.” Hell, yeah.

– A German artist based in Korea paints houses with a keen and minimal eye towards architecture.

– Solange interviews artist Mickalene Thomas.

Ryan Gosling, in GIF form. And then, more GIFs.

– In other news, South Korea may make mini skirts illegal, again.

– Tough guys and thumbs up.

– And behold, the pony mixer.

– Admit it, you’re TOTALLY kegeling right now.


– Where does Velveeta come from?

– Swirly porn paintings.

– The alternative to running away to Vegas to get married? The Pop-Up Wedding.

– Am I in love with Opening Ceremony for launching their own line of Spring Breakers wear? Yes.

Loveflutter is a new dating site that uses Google’s Knowledge Graph and Foursquare to match your interests and recommend place for dates.

Sorry I’m Late from Tomas Mankovsky on Vimeo.

– I wonder how long it took to make this stop motion video.

23 more days to fund the Arrested Development documentary. Also, 2 more months til Arrested Development.

“So monogamy appears to be a cultural phenomenon that has its origins in economics of all places.”

This entry was posted in Featured Articles, Reader by Joann. Bookmark the permalink.

About Joann

I am Joann Kim Núñez. I am a recently married korean aquarius vata-dosha rat who grew up in Queens and currently reside in Lower East Side, NY. I am obsessed with the world of art, food, tech, design and media. I organize random events and spend my free time obsessing about my lack of free time. I collect, consume, archive, and inventory my experiences. I write, read, draw, cook, craft, walk my dog, ride my bike, recite mantras during a storm, daydream, jog, dance, meditate, perform sun salutations, and sunbathe when possible.