From the Zimmerli Art Museum’s exhibit.
My brother launched his line of honey today from his sustainable bee removal company, Seven Hills Bee Co. Though you can only purchase if you live in the Lynchburg, Va area, you can ogle his lovely label design in the Instagram picture he took to commemorate the event.
A few weeks ago, Hyperallergic published a great interview of the curators for an exhibit on the history of portraiture, Striking Resemblance: The Changing Art of Portraiture. It very thoughtfully examines the influence of technology on the art of portraiture. Next week I’ll be writing a blog post solely on the article for my job. Links to that to follow some other time.
Now that I’m biking all around town (thank you new presta valve pump, a sturdy bike basket, and boyfriend with screwdriver), I’m looking for nice ways to fit my incredibly thick hair underneath a helmet without looking like a wet rat on the other end of the journey. This list of do’s from Refinery 29 is geared specifically to just such a problem, and has 5 easy hairstyles for girls seeking to look stylish while cycling.
Patrick Martins is known for his call to eat meat more responsibly and sustainably. In fact, he’s written several books on the subject. This week, Food52 published an interview on his latest The Carnivore’s Manifesto. His thoughts on the meat industry, slow food, the reality of creating a food utopia, and the way to eat meat responsibly are definitely worth the read!