For the first guided audio meditation that I’m offering on my site, I recorded a variation of the 61 points meditation taught by Swami Rama.
Among all the digital journaling apps that I researched while preparing my journaling course, one stood out above the rest: Diarly.
Learn about the Japanese concept of tsundoku, and feel better about your book-buying habit (tl;dr: it’s OK to buy book you won’t read).
Consider a crucial element when picking your next book: the why. Ask yourself the right questions, and stay engaged in your reading.
Monograms are not just for luxury brands. Artisans and artists have used them since the Middle-Ages as proof of authenticity.
Artist Laura Splan released a new work on a blockchain-powered digital art marketplace, and answered a few questions about her experience.
Learn about the robust ecosystem of digital marketplaces and sell digital art to a new kind of collectors thanks to blockchain.
To find a balance between input and output, I offer a simile: A fulfilling creative life is like being in a submarine.
Are you lacking time to practice drawing? If you can’t make time, just steal it. Try blind contour drawing on Zoom calls.
In the Laws of Sculptors, one of Gilbert & George’s manifestos, the duo conveys urgency, pokes fun at stereotypes, and delivers a powerful message.