I used to write a lot of poetry. In the past few years, though, I have primarily written prose. Prose requires a certain amount of creativity, but poetry—to me anyway—always seemed to something that shouldn’t be attempted without a ton of creative fuel in the tank. That’s why I was really eager to read Newspaper Blackout by Austin Kleon.
It’s May The Fourth!
And I’m always up for some Star Wars fan art and these t-shirts by TeeTurtle are no exception.
In honor of Peter Mayhew’s passing this week, I’m going to be sharing with you their Chewbacca designs.
Everyone loves Chewbacca and he’s extra-lovable in these shirts, depicting him and all of our favorite Star Wars characters in a playfully adorable art style; whether he’s roasting a midnight snack, standing with his fellow Rebel Scum, or showing off his Wookie hair.
What would happen if Thor met Mr. Rogers?
In this comic strip by Twistwood, worlds collide as dear old Mr. Rogers has a comfortable conversation with Thor The God Of Thunder. Of course, Mr. Rogers wants to be Thor’s neighbor too, and as it turns out, even gods of Germanic mythology can learn lessons from Mr. Rogers like the rest of us.
I’ve read a lot of different devotionals or daily prayer books, and there were always a few days in each one that would particularly resonate with me, and those are the ones that stay with me, but Prayer: 40 Days of Practice by Justin McRoberts and Scott Erickson felt like someone had taken all the best devotional days and put them into one book, because day after day I felt each one resonate in me and I am still praying the prayers and thinking about the words I read even now.
These minimalistic Doctor Who posters of Gallifrey, Home of The Timelords and Skaro, Home of The Daleks, caught my eye and I had to share them with you. They’re subtle, tastefully simple, and more importantly, Whovian.