Scott Fetters just published this article about his experiment to improve his sleeping routine and quality. A jolly good read about a few “simple” steps like tracking your daily routines and finding ways to shut up your brain after a day of work.
“deep in the valley, in the trunk of an old car.” is the tagline of this ongoing
tumblelog collection of black/white photography and artworks curated by SPR. His uncanny treasury of dark arts resembles the feel of a digital museum, seeking beauty along the lines of Angst, destruction and death.
If you fancy a soundtrack to accompany your visit, it kinda inspired me to make this mix two years ago:
There’s no way around Steve Reich when it comes to Minimalism in music. Composed in 1973, this is my favourite of his works. Played by Jeroen Van Veen and friends, it’s just perfect for a sunday morning. 15 minutes of alternating sequences, floating through changes in contrast and color.
Ed Sozinho aka Sozinho Imagery accompanied Seattle’s violin maker David Van Zandt during the 8 weeks of handcrafting his 128th instrument. Beautifully shot with a Canon 5D mkIII, “Analog 128″ explores both: perfection for, and dedication to handcraftsmenship with great respect and attention for detail.