As Nietzsche once said, “be the one that you are.”
I saw this in my Pinterest feed (yeah, I’m on Pinterest) and immediately snatched one up.
In our ever-increasingly fast-paced world, it’s nice to slow down every once in a while and plan something out. And these pages look huge! I also just dig the simplicity of the notebook names and huge typefaces: LARGE, MEDIUM, BIG, AND SMALL. If you’re looking for a great pen to accompany your summer planning, try the Pentel Tradio Pulaman, the classic Bullet Space Pen or a pack of Pilot Roller Ball stick pens if you need more than one.
Jstory is a South Korean brand. If you go to the official website and Google translate the text, you’ll see that the company was launched by an architecture and design student back in 2006.
They also make some awesome creator notebooks that feature Architect, Engineer, Painter, Musician, and Writer in big fonts. You’ll have to order those directly from the site since I can’t seem to find them on Amazon.
PS. If you’ve seen any other neat notebooks lately, comment below so I can check them out. Thanks!
My dream of being able to dunk may come to reality thanks to the Lunativity Hoverpack.
Students from the University of Tokyo developed a hover backpack that frees you from gravity’s pull so you can jump and hang in the air like Michael Jordan. The rotors in the device thrust downward, allowing humans to jump 3 times higher than normal.
The team’s goal “is to augment humans’ physical capabilities.”
The Japanese students built the wearable device to “make the world a more interesting place.” While its planned use may be ambiguous, the rest of up to the imagination. The Lunativity will be a slam dunk!
For more information, check out the official website.
From hand-illustrating every emoji ever to showcasing all varieties of beer, a taxonomy of rap names, and a compendium of basketball jerseys, the artists at Pop Chart Lab turns data into creative infographics.
Not surprisingly, the visuals make perfect posters for the wall. You can order a standalone print, pair it with a handmade frame, or request a print mounted on a panel. Check out the Popchart website for more cool prints.
The mind is the kite, the heart is the string.
More ‘inspiration boost’ patches from the [easyazon_link keywords=”Asilda Store” locale=”US” tag=”wells01-20″]Asilda Store[/easyazon_link].
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Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai finished his most famous work, The Great Wave, at the age of 71. Upon seeing the print, Van Gogh remarked: “These waves are claws, the boat is caught in them, you can feel it.”
Digging these tech-related ‘inspiration boost’ patches from the Asilda Store.
Never outsource your chance to think (i.e. Google the answers). / You Can’t Delegate Thinking Embroidered Sew or Iron-on Patch
Never underestimate a good walk in nature. / Offline is The New Luxury Embroidered Sew or Iron-on Patch