These Are Pretty Good, Too
So, the one fault with a post-one-thing-a-day blog format, is that I’m limited to posting once a day. Meaning that many, many great things go unposted… Over the last few days here are some strong contenders for “the best thing I’ve seen…” They’re more than a’ight.
9 Out Of 10 Americans Are Completely Wrong About This Mind-Blowing Fact
Wealth Inequality in America — Perception vs. Ideal… vs Reality (via Upworthy)
I’m not sure how long this new site design has been live, but dang, I actually care about Newsweek again, now.
Oreo’s New ‘Wonderfilled’ Campaign
“Last year, in celebrating its centennial with the Daily Twist effort, Oreo encouraged consumers to look at the cookie a little differently. Now, with its new “Wonderfilled” campaign out of The Martin Agency, the brand wants them to see the rest of the world with a new sense of awe.” (via AdAge)
Colorful Masking Tape Installation
This colorful mt-masking tape installation by Koji Iyama looks absolutely delightful. (via SwissMiss)
MPLSzine: The Movement Issue
MPLSzine, a submissions-based collaborative digital publication, is the latest project powered by the forces of MPLS Collective, A lynchpin for the Minneapolis creative community.
A Woman With A Great Mind Asks You To Take A Moment To Appreciate Her Body
The video — hat tip to Upworthy — is short, but it is powerful. In it, Clifton says she is “thrilled” with her “body parts” while making it very clear that she does not have the body parts that society tells us we should be thrilled with… (via The Huffington Post)