In Cloverdale it seems there are more vineyards than people. It made me really think about wine in a way I’ve never done before. These people spend their lives tending to the smallest of grapes, working countless hours in order to produce bottles of wine for all of us to enjoy. It was pretty cool to see where it all starts. This is just one of the vineyards that @alexajaneden and I explored. (at Cloverdale, California)
What do Freud, Maria Abramovi, Beethoven, and you have in common? For one, the need to sleep.
The science of sleep and its glorious effects on creativity, productivity, and sanity gets a lot of press these days. That said, the sleep habits of some of your favorite writers, musicians, and artists may surprise you a little.
The bedtimes and rising times of history’s greatest minds are inventively illustrated in Mason Currey’s Daily Rituals: How Artists Work. The infographic seems to debunk the myth that geniuses stay up through the wee hours working manically, and that you’re more creative when you’re tired—most of these 27 luminaries got a wholesome eight hours a night.
Interesting approach, Balzac.
Need some new music? Check out this album, or you could put on “Coffee” and keep it on repeat…
Hey designersof, thanks for sharing my illustration, I’m honored!
Michael Brooks Jr.
I love architectural illustration, and this is my take on one of my favorite houses on my street.
We weren’t supposed to be here. You made us believe. You kept us off the street. You put clothes on our backs. Food on the table. When you didn’t eat, you made sure we ate. You went to sleep hungry. You sacrificed for us. You’re the real M.V.P.