Noah Landow

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A collection of items of personal interest from a photographer, entrepreneur, martial artist, and lover of yellow.

July 29, 2014 at 3:14am

Reblogged from interiordesignmagazine

For NYC x Design, Bade Stageberg Cox found 49 chairs on the street, sent them to a taxi-repair shop to be painted, and arranged them in Times Square. Photography by Adrian Wilson.


Having the chairs painted yellow at a taxi shop is very interesting….

For NYC x Design, Bade Stageberg Cox found 49 chairs on the street, sent them to a taxi-repair shop to be painted, and arranged them in Times Square. Photography by Adrian Wilson.

Having the chairs painted yellow at a taxi shop is very interesting….

(via chelseareynolds)

July 28, 2014 at 1:35pm

How to Ask for Help →

Josh Kaufman’s post “How to Ask Useful Questions" is nearly identical to our internal Macktez discussion on "How to Ask for Help."

July 13, 2014 at 9:41pm

Reblogged from macktez

What could you do with $1,000? →

macktez:

Could you use it to complete a personal, creative project? We’d love to hear about it.

For ten years Macktez has proudly offered a finishing grant for a creative summer project. This year the recipient of the $1000 stipend will be chosen by our panelists: Caroline Bone, Christopher Allen, Iva…

It’s summer stipend time. Apply soon.

July 1, 2014 at 3:22pm

This image, from The Atlantic’s World War I in Photos, is of a battlefield at night, perhaps showing neighboring trenches bombarding each other. The arcs of the weapon fire and haze are visually exquisite, and, to imagine the context, achingly sad.

Also, from farther down that same page: I did not know that Japan was sided against Germany in World War I, and allied with the UK.

This image, from The Atlantic’s World War I in Photos, is of a battlefield at night, perhaps showing neighboring trenches bombarding each other. The arcs of the weapon fire and haze are visually exquisite, and, to imagine the context, achingly sad.

Also, from farther down that same page: I did not know that Japan was sided against Germany in World War I, and allied with the UK.

June 27, 2014 at 10:00am

Focus on one thing at a time

— Good advice from Paul Jarvis on creativity-inspired productivity.

June 25, 2014 at 8:00am

Doubled Doubles

Much like Antz and A Bugs Life, or Armageddon and Deep Impact, it appears that Enemy and The Double are two films with uncannily premisses released at nearly the same time.

See also Wikipedia’s intriguing list of multiple discoveries. (e.g. “In 1876, Elisha Gray and Alexander Graham Bell filed a patent on discovery of the telephone on the same day.”)

June 24, 2014 at 10:43am

Reblogged from thingsorganizedneatly
Museum of Yellow Objects fans will be pleased to note that the tape dispenser (by Poppin), coupon clipper, zipper, and (arguably equivalent) yellow pencils are all already well represented in the Macktez MoYO.  

(From Things Organized Neatly, a cheerful assemblage/knolling of yellow objects by Mokuyobi Threads/Unfun Press)

Museum of Yellow Objects fans will be pleased to note that the tape dispenser (by Poppin), coupon clipper, zipper, and (arguably equivalent) yellow pencils are all already well represented in the Macktez MoYO.

(From Things Organized Neatly, a cheerful assemblage/knolling of yellow objects by Mokuyobi Threads/Unfun Press)