Archive | January, 2018
A photo of a shoeshine stand taken in the Southeastern U.S. in 1936. The image was captured by photographer Walker Evans.

Last Chance to See Iconic Photographer at SFMOMA

Photographer Walker Evans, best known for his work documenting everyday life during the Great Depression, has a new home: Until February 4, his work will be displayed as part of an exhibit at SFMOMA. Including everything from his earliest self-portraits to his photographs capturing average men and women on the streets, the SFMOMA exhibit is […]

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CreatiVets Creates a Safe Art Space for Veterans

U.S. Marine Richard Casper was hit by a blast on an Iraqi road in February 2007. It was the fourth time he’d been hit by an explosive in just four months. After Casper returned to his home in Illinois, he suffered from anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Some veterans with PTSD find comfort in yoga. […]

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A photo of a paper planner with a pen laid on top of it.

3 Paper Planners That Are Trending

In an age where people consume most of their media electronically, it might be surprising to hear that paper planner sales have been up $50 million in the last two years. Perhaps it stems from the same reason that some people still choose to hold onto their paperbacks when they have a convenient Kindle, or […]

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