Enough is just what we need, and all that we can ask. Enough money to live, enough food to eat, enough strength to carry on from day to day, and enough humor to enjoy it all. If nobody had too much, then everybody would have enough.
Draw Your Breakfast
Suggestions to enhance your daily drawing experience–keep your notebook ready and your pen filled!
Robert Beck: Tip-Top Shoes
You can tell that things happen in this place because it feels like you’ve been there, and that’s the bones of an engaging narrative. I call it a heartbeat.
Featured Artist: Angie Renfro
It speaks to the things that aren’t said. There’s a story that’s not being told, which adds a layer of interest to the pieces
Imaginary Jobs: A Superhero Called “The Dictionary”
Do you ever find yourself thinking, “No, I don’t want to be part of a dynamic team in a fast-paced environment”? You’re not alone! But we are here to help! with an ongoing series of jobs you might not have realized existed.
November Issue, 2022
A collection of all the articles we published last month for those who like their magpies’ tidings as an issue.
Letter from the editor: November 2022
I’ve been thinking about certain small acts of rebellion that I love, certain quiet ways that people have changed the rules. They change the world slowly, almost imperceptibly, but the change grows in widening waves. The personal becomes political and art becomes powerful.
Necropolis, a film by Marc Reed
Most of my videos are of lost and forgotten places, and while visiting these places I have often pondered the people that once inhabited them. Who were they…where are they? To a large extent they are here. These are the inhabitants of my “drowned worlds.”
A Face in the Crowd
The film’s themes are startlingly relevant today: the intersection of commerce, politics and entertainment; the cynicism of the entertainment industry about the intelligence of their audience.
And then I knew, after sign upon sign upon sign, I knew as surely as I knew my own self, that I had a ghost living with me.