Spruce up your spring days with a few cultural recommendations from our team.
Once a season, we like to share with you, our beloved readers, some of the books, music, and films that have moved us, made us smile, or somehow left us changed
01 I Didn't Do the Thing Today
"Madeleine Dore looks at hyper-productivity and the over-saturation of our daily lives. She reminds us that it's okay to do nothing, our to-do lists don’t define us, and slowing down is productive too."
Gabrielle Deronde, graphic designer
02 The Creative Act
“Reconnecting with our sincerity, giving creativity its rightful place, and shaping new ideas. This book by Rick Rubin is honest, intuitive, and perfect for rekindling the embers of inspiration."
Jean-Daniel Petit, President and CEO
03 Abstract: The Art of Design
_Web series _
"This documentary series profiles creatives from all walks of life, explains their process, and, most importantly, makes us realize that design is part of every sphere of our lives."
Catherine Fortin, studio manager
04 For The Wild
”I love that it feels like there's a whole different world when I listen. All the disaster and negativity of mainstream news has this counterpoint of incredibly smart and inventive and intuitive people doing good countercultural work.”
— Jessica Moore, translator
06 The Sporkful
“Explore food through creative experiments, extraordinary life stories, and lengthy debates on the best way to layer peanut butter and jelly in a sandwich.”
— Catherine Métayer, editor-in-chief
07 Green Screen
This collection of essays invites you to consider the ways that technology can help or harm your relationship with nature.
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