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Orwell's Animal Farm, illustrated by beloved British artist Ralph Steadman buff.ly/17uZi5L pic.twitter.com/x9grr4TYal
Joan Didion on Hollywood's diversity problem, in 1968 – she could’ve written this today: buff.ly/1wl6Rrv pic.twitter.com/2YooDT3zln
“My soul is on fire with inspiration…" Mozart’s magnificent account of the creative process buff.ly/1B9ABrB pic.twitter.com/BhPmWVpQhO
Whitman Illuminated – “Song of Myself,” in glorious hand-lettered illustrations buff.ly/1A3GlNR pic.twitter.com/rXWt0dYPWa
Susan Sontag on writing, routines, education, and elitism buff.ly/1ApJCft pic.twitter.com/CQk1jBxQkd
How To Be a Nonconformist—brilliant vintage satire written & illustrated by a high school girl buff.ly/1BMIynF pic.twitter.com/2V8ZG3SYWU
Have you tried the Brain Pickings newsletter? The week's most unmissable reads, every Sunday buff.ly/1zCSN8f pic.twitter.com/dO01uE9OWp
The Velveteen Rabbit, reimagined with uncommon tenderness by Japanese illustrator Komako Sakai buff.ly/1wjT3NU pic.twitter.com/Lq8vWSVdka
Beloved artist Agnes Martin on art, happiness, pride, and failure – a rare vintage interview buff.ly/17tZH8r pic.twitter.com/NbLudEYAEJ
Albert Camus on happiness, unhappiness, and our self-imposed prisons buff.ly/1wjPjMa pic.twitter.com/6kbnHHhw66
Joan Didion on Hollywood's diversity problem—1968 masterpiece that could've been written today buff.ly/1EraQnv pic.twitter.com/d3ENqGNVOJ
Two centuries before LOLcats, Japanese artists depicted cats as people buff.ly/1B72nVC pic.twitter.com/WMhUqmRuwr
Legendary Harvard psychologist Jerome Bruner on the 6 essential conditions of creativity buff.ly/1B712xS pic.twitter.com/0kEzF6ljfr
Whitman Illuminated – “Song of Myself,” in glorious hand-lettered illustrations buff.ly/1DMqFWU pic.twitter.com/XyaCPK6e3s
Orwell's Animal Farm, illustrated by beloved British artist Ralph Steadman buff.ly/1A1KGkF pic.twitter.com/2g0LgpuirB
Two centuries before LOLcats, Japanese artists depicted cats as people buff.ly/1D49Scu (HT @curiousoctopus) pic.twitter.com/27QdHU1yr7
For W.E.B. Du Bois’s birthday, his little-known correspondence with Einstein on racial justice buff.ly/1EnYjRS pic.twitter.com/9jeCDNQbAM
Beautiful and thoughtful graphic novel about the travails of youth, inspired by Jane Eyre buff.ly/17O7Q7v pic.twitter.com/e5eOnLo9NF
Alan Watts on reality and becoming who you really are—wonderfully grounding and elevating read buff.ly/1DKNF8I pic.twitter.com/pV1xgWUWZb
Teenage Virginia Woolf on the human mind – beautiful meditation from her diary buff.ly/1LvdWH6 pic.twitter.com/Zj4AIMQ2qz
Nature Anatomy – a glorious illustrated love letter to our world buff.ly/1AnHiFu pic.twitter.com/ugvOvlyYHt
Some of the best life-advice ever, in a short verse from Shel Silverstein buff.ly/1LuAjN0 pic.twitter.com/wjmWCPraHW
Happy birthday, Dr. Du Bois! His little-known correspondence with Einstein on racial justice buff.ly/1AmWIdp pic.twitter.com/wUOu4oRsoF
The Velveteen Rabbit, reimagined with uncommon tenderness by Japanese illustrator Komako Sakai buff.ly/1LuqIWr pic.twitter.com/lpEujKPdky