January 19th, 2018

Welcome to your Friday Links!

We’re already hurtling towards theend of January. So fast!

Here we go.

Omoshiro Block: A Memo Pad That Excavates Objects as it Gets Used

Omoshiro Block: A Memo Pad That Excavates Objects as it Gets Used

Laser perforations allow each page to leave behind a part of the note page, that together form an architectural sculpture.

These are just gorgeous! What an amazing concept.

Women Farmers Of Appalachia

Women Farmers Of Appalachia

“Women Farmers of Appalachia is a photography and interview series whose purpose is to give an honest representation of the daily lives of Appalachian women in agriculture.”

Created by members of Virginia Tech, this is a pretty engrossing photo essay of, well, Women farmers in Appalachia. These are some hard working, badass ladies.

Recommended by Erin L.

LitoGraphs

LitoGraphs

Words, either from a book or your own custom content, aligned with a specific design, printed on shirts, scarves, tote bags, etc.

I saw someone recently got their PhD thesis printed on a scarf using this. What a crazy good idea!

FalconHeavy.Space

FalconHeavy.Space

A very simple “simulation” of the steps required to erect, fuel, test fire and launch the Space-X Falcon Heavy spacecraft.

It is surprisingly challenging.

Bonus Link!

Ruby Silvious: Tea Bag Art

Ruby Silvious: Tea Bag Art

Some quite lovely artwork using Tea bags as the canvas.

h/t colossal

Finally: I also loved this take-down of Liam Neeson as filmdom’s worst (THE! WORST!) passenger. It is funny and incisive.

I hope your Friday, and your weekend, is lovely.

Happy Friday!

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