Kelly Bedsole

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10 Tiny Houses You Can Rent On Airbnb

Tiny houses–and we mean really tiny–are having a moment. And we love them! We love that they’re so compact, like dollhouses. We love that they only have enough space for the essentials, and that everything fits neatly where it needs to go. We love all the little tricks architects use to stuff a …

Here Are Some Excellent Things Not Available In The App Store. Get Them Now!

Skinned knees kind of suck. They sting right away, and then they sting even worse upon applying disinfectant. More often than not, though, a skinned knee is also an unmistakable sign of a good time had. You can’t get one just sitting there watching <i>Cosmos</i> on your iPad. In fact, there are lots of …

From Obama to Madonna: 50 Famous Lives, Illustrated

James Gulliver Hancock’s book features historic figures, with accompanying biographical trivia, in wry cartoons.<p>Australian illustrator James Gulliver Hancock’s fantastical drawings of famous figures double as cultural literacy cheatsheets for facts both intimate and mundane: Che Guevara became …

9 Gorgeously Illustrated Quotes From Great Thinkers

Lisa Congdon whimsically illustrates and hand-letters expressions from Marie Curie to Abraham Lincoln.<p>“I love quotations because it is a joy to find thoughts one might have, beautifully expressed with much authority by someone recognized wiser than oneself,” Marlene Dietrich, a wise woman with much …

This Musical Bike Rack Is Designed To Add Some Joy To Boring Infrastructure

Why can’t a bike rack do more than just secure your bike?<p>Last summer, artist George Zisiadis started playfully reimagining parts of the urban infrastructure that we usually ignore. What if parking meters could become gumball machines, or subways could turn into rollercoasters? How could the …

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If We’re Sharing Everything Else, Why Not Our Coffee Cups?

A simple fix for cutting down on New York’s enormous waste stream of to-go coffee cups involves returning your cup when you’re done.<p>Every day, New Yorkers stop by their local coffee shops and ask for a cup to go. The next day, same thing. And the next and the next.<p>There’s only one problem with this …

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