Austin Kleon is the New York Times bestselling author of a trilogy of illustrated books about creativity in the digital age: Steal Like An Artist, Show Your Work!, and Keep Going.
Eric Barker is the author of the Wall Street Journal Bestseller Barking Up The Wrong Tree.
The year 2020 has been significant in so many ways. And although it’s fun to joke and meme about the straight-up absurdity of it all, the fact is that there is a ton of good things happening.
A new method of water desalination allows scientists to produce clean drinking water in 30 minutes using the power of the sun.
The world’s first happiness museum is now open in Denmark. Check it out to see what you’ll find inside 🙂
Cold Hub is a solar-powered walk-in refrigerator that farmers and fishermen can use to store their haul. It’s reducing food waste and boosting profits in Africa.
Uk street artist Banksy is financing a rescue ship to help refugees fleeing unsafe conditions in Africa.
Bureo is a company that takes old fishing gear and re-purposes it into hats, sunglasses, skateboards, and more.
Good Today is a micro-donation platform that makes charity more accessible. Every day they email you with two charities, donations start at 25 cents.
Sketchplanations is a weekly newsletter penned by artist Jono Hey. Every week he pens a new sketch designed to explain something in a creative way.