#PassionIvy – Taylor Darnell, Founder Rick Anthony Athletic Foundation, Pretty in Sweat, In Sweat Magazine

On July 22, 2013, Taylor Darnell was in her last semester of college when she learned her younger brother, Rick Anthony, had been killed by a drunk driver. While Taylor grieved her terrible loss, a motivation grew inside her – a motivation too large to ignore. Taylor started  The Rick Anthony Athletic Foundation in October … More #PassionIvy – Taylor Darnell, Founder Rick Anthony Athletic Foundation, Pretty in Sweat, In Sweat Magazine

#PassionIvy – Jay Friedman, COO The Goodway Group

A nationally recognized and accomplished digital media expert, speaker, and writer, Jay Friedman regularly speaks at top industry conferences, writes for leading industry websites such as adexchanger.com and imediaconnection.com, co-authors Goodway’s digital media how-to books, like 30 Days to Paid Digital Media Expertise, now in its 8th edition, and helps lead the largest independent programmatic … More #PassionIvy – Jay Friedman, COO The Goodway Group

Guy Visits Locations From Famous Movies To Show How They Look Now – Neatorama

Phil travels to all kinds of cool places to educate his fellow cinephiles through his photos, revealing earth-shattering facts like the jackhammer scene in Ghostbusters 2 was actually filmed in Los Angeles, or that this iconic shot from Halloween was filmed in Pasadena http://www.neatorama.com/neatogeek/2016/06/13/Guy-Visits-Locations-From-Famous-Movies-To-Show-How-They-Look-Now/

Japanese Artist Hand-Carves Blocks of Wood into Seemingly Edible Delicacies | Oddity Central – Collecting Oddities

You couldn’t tell by simply looking at them, but the fish, toast and various other foods depicted are actually just blocks of wood expertly hand-carved and painted by Japanese artist Seiji Kawasaki http://www.odditycentral.com/art/japanese-artist-hand-carves-blocks-of-wood-into-seemingly-edible-delicacies.html

Winifred Knights (1899-1947); Mary Heilmann: Looking at Pictures – review | Art and design | The Guardian

She always has a story going on somewhere, and very often it is her own: driving through America, listening to jazz, falling in and out of love, living in SoHo in the 70s. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2016/jun/12/winifred-knights-mary-heilmann-looking-at-pictures-dulwich-whitechapel-review

The myth of the young artistic genius is keeping us from pursuing our passions — Quartz

There is no such thing as a person who is “too old” to be creative. But “I’m too old” is something adults say in order to avoid the emotional cost of the ego deflation involved in being a beginner. http://qz.com/702754/the-myth-of-the-young-artistic-genius-is-keeping-us-from-pursuing-our-passions/