Sketchbook Page, Color pencil and ballpoint pen and gesso
Open Letter to the President: Physics Education
This call to arms by minutephysics starts with the shocking revelation that current physics standards don’t require students to learn anything beyond 1865.
We can do better. Look at all the amazing stuff our students are missing out on! Or else the next Albert Einstein won’t be carrying a U.S. diploma.
Spread this far and wide!
#317 Space-time – Thanks to Christopher for the Origami inspiration for this one! – A new minimal geometric composition each day
You don’t fall in love like you fall in a hole. You fall like falling through space. It’s like you jump off your own private planet to visit someone else’s planet. And when you get there it all looks different: the flowers, the animals, the colours people wear. It is a big surprise falling in love because you thought you had everything just right on your own planet, and that was true, in a way, but then somebody signalled to you across space and the only way you could visit was to take a giant jump. Away you go, falling into someone else’s orbit and after a while you might decide to pull your two planets together and call it home. And you can bring your dog. Or your cat. Your goldfish, hamster, collection of stones, all your odd socks. (The ones you lost, including the holes, are on the new planet you found.)
And you can bring your friends to visit. And read your favourite stories to each other. And the falling was really the big jump that you had to make to be with someone you don’t want to be without. That’s it.
PS You have to be brave.
How you fall in love, and more deceptively simple yet profound children’s questions answered by scientists, philosophers, and writers
So this summer I got to take on another shot at designing for the wonderful Detroit Future Schools!
This time we rebooted the DFS website changing the overall navagation and buidling some new pages - highly recommend the crew page ( http://schools.detroitfuture.org/artist-bios ) Gifs for all the crew!
So check out the site it was a blast to work on!