It’s Sunday morning so we decided to share some links to various things that caught our attention this past week. So brew up a pot of coffee, get locked in and surf the interwebz. First up is a fun article by Robert Krulwich for NPR where he writes about ‘nothing’ through a discussion on space, Robert Rauschenberg and Willem de Kooning. Up next are two tutorials that will be of interest to any of you that like to get crafty and make things. One is a great ‘step-by-step’ explanation on how to silkscreen and the other is an ‘easy-to-follow’ video on how to create a perfect bound (which- in our opinion- is a nice alternative to stapled gutters especially as it concerns the making of zines). For a laugh, check out this instant artist statement generator- it pokes fun at how daft the art world is. British Illustrator Jacob Everett just launched a new portfolio site- check it out as this kid has got insane chops, and the site has great design value. Ben Pobjoy, the Tourist’s Publisher, just wrote a feature on Toronto visual artist Doug Brown which you can see in the 10.1 issue of Color Magazine. Lastly, you can stream Willis Earl Beal’s Acousmatic Sorcery in its entirety here. Willis is the first signee to Hot Charity which is a record label founded by the folks behind The Tourist. Hope you find the above enjoyable!

It’s Sunday morning so we decided to share some links to various things that caught our attention this past week. So brew up a pot of coffee, get locked in and surf the interwebz. First up is a fun article by Robert Krulwich for NPR where he writes about ‘nothing’ through a discussion on space, Robert Rauschenberg and Willem de Kooning. Up next are two tutorials that will be of interest to any of you that like to get crafty and make things. One is a great ‘step-by-step’ explanation on how to silkscreen and the other is an ‘easy-to-follow’ video on how to create a perfect bound (which- in our opinion- is a nice alternative to stapled gutters especially as it concerns the making of zines). For a laugh, check out this instant artist statement generator- it pokes fun at how daft the art world is. British Illustrator Jacob Everett just launched a new portfolio site- check it out as this kid has got insane chops, and the site has great design value. Ben Pobjoy, the Tourist’s Publisher, just wrote a feature on Toronto visual artist Doug Brown which you can see in the 10.1 issue of Color Magazine. Lastly, you can stream Willis Earl Beal’s Acousmatic Sorcery in its entirety here. Willis is the first signee to Hot Charity which is a record label founded by the folks behind The Tourist. Hope you find the above enjoyable!

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