You’ve seen me post about my favorite artist Swoon many times. Well, Im excited to share that the next adventure of the Swimming Cities project is gearing up to launch…down the Ganges River! It looks like the project has taken on a life of its own with a slightly new crew and some familiar faces. Oh the places they’ll go! LOL.
Read about it HERE!
Contribute to their KICKSTARTER page HERE!
Scouting NYC blog has an awesome photo journal of its visit to the art studio of Tom Otterness, a favorite New York Artist who’s work can be enjoyed up and down the A-C-E train lines, Battery Park, and his own Long Island City based sculpture garden.
Much much more HERE!
This alarming picture and article have been circulating around the net. And while it makes a disgusting point we don’t disagree with, there are some factual mishaps that could be corrected.
HERE is the original article.
HERE is another article with more accurate updates.
This excellent article from the Huffington Post explains the much misunderstood difference between Organic, All Nutural and Local. Read it HERE.
Burning Man was such a blast! Best burn I’ve been to in 5 years. Special thanks to camp Nexus for housing us and camp Foamo Arregato for sponsoring Fearless Chocolate at their wednesday dinner!
As best I can tell, this is me spreading the FEARLESS at Burning Man’s Metropolis, lol.
Dear Fearless Family,
The entire office is at Burning Man for the next week and thus will be out of contact until 9/5. Wish us fun!
In the mean time, if you need anything, please write to Haridass
Tamara Palmer writes:
S.F.-based startup Fearless makes its raw-cacao chocolate “adventurously with auspicious providence and lavish devotion,” according to the attractive recycled packaging. Bars are made with unroasted organic cacao beans cooked on low heat (under 118 degrees) and are free of soy, dairy, and gluten. A molded “bite” is taken out of the corner of each bar to represent the company’s donation of a small portion of the proceeds to charity.
Fearless stands out by avoiding the mealy texture some of its local raw competitors have. This is a bar you can snack on and not feel deprived of the roasted bean flavor. There are five bars in all. We’ve gravitated to the 70-percent dark Sweet N Hot, which balances the sharp tang of hibiscus with a buzzy ginger burn.
Thanks for the kind words Tamara! You clearly have great taste
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