Welcome to your Friday Links!
We’re already hurtling towards theend of January. So fast!
Here we go.
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 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.
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!
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.
Some quite lovely artwork using Tea bags as the canvas.
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.