Friday Inspiration 299

screen capture from Fay at Eleven

A fun, quick portrait of Fay De Fazio Ebert, who at 11 years old is the youngest member of Canada’s national skateboard team (and apparently is also not too bad of a ukulele player)(video)

 

Even if you’re not that into flossing, I think you have to admit, this is some beautiful writing

A really thought-provoking take from cartoonist Jason Chatfield on why he shares his creative work via email instead of putting it on social media

I finally watched Bo Burnham’s Inside last weekend, so add me to the list of millions of people it resonated with. I have, however, not found a trailer online that shows much of the special at all, besides this bootleg of one of the songs in the special.

A series of 36 illustrations, inspired by Hokusai’s 36 Views of Mt. Fuji, but with views of London’s BT Tower

This story about a parallel parking job causing a minor controversy on Twitter is interesting and all, but honestly, I’m just sharing it because it’s a really impressive parallel parking job

The Freeflow Institute has a few spaces left on a couple of writing and creativity workshops this fall (and you can get $100 off the price if you mention Semi-Rad when signing up!)
The Gates of Lodore Workshop with Bill deBuys, Sept. 3- 8 (5 spaces left)
The Rio Grande Workshop with Francisco Cantu and sound artist Karima Walker, Oct. 16-23 (one space left)

Also: A print of yesterday’s illustrated post about seeing the summit is now available in my shop, for those of you who asked (Ned!):

—Brendan

 

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