The striking thing about this is not just the beautiful, soulful photographs, nor only the chilling juxtaposition of wealth and poverty… but also the stories that accompany them. Regardless of wealth or poverty, these children all sleep somewhere and all have dreams. They create and measure those dreams according to the yardsticks or rulers — just or unjust — that they find at hand. -NateWorking
Out of sight, out of mind, the phrase continues to plague my perspective. I suppose that’s why traveling’s so important. A collaborative project between American journalist Chris Booth and photographer James Mollison, Where Children Sleep is a photo exposé aimed to present the differing sleeping spaces of children around the world. - Wine and Bowties (click the picture for a link to the full post)
Jump to about 6:00 in the video to see HANS ZIMMER AND PHARRELL talking about Ujam.
Jump to about 8:30 for the beginning of the walkthrough.
Creativity + Math
YouTube - Doodling in Math Class: Snakes + Graphs
(Thanks to @rosscatrow and friends for finding this on YouTube)