Book Bound in Human Flesh.

Anthropedermic Bibliopegy. Yeah. It has an actual term when you bind a book in human flesh, because, well, it's that common I guess? What is a leather bound book? Cowpedermic Bibliopegy? That sounds stupid. In anycase there is one hidden, sorta, inside a very unique library in Boston called the Athenæum. It is actually the... Continue Reading →

Walk inside the World: Mapparium

In the Mary Baker Eddy Library in Boston, Massachusetts is the Mapparium: a three-story stained glass globe, flipped inside-out so the left-right orientation is correct. A 30-foot-long glass bridge runs straight through the globe. Standing in the center of those 608 stained glass panels, you can see the inside-out world in perfect scale. And It.... Continue Reading →

Brattle Book Shop Boston

Boston is such a cool and unique town, one of the oldest in America with a ton of interesting history, and the Brattle Bookshop is definitely not to be missed if you are looking for something unique, historic, and truly Boston. https://youtu.be/PvbK2Jtxif8 Owned by the Gloss family and opened in 1825, the Brattle Bookshop has... Continue Reading →

The Museum of Failure is a win.

The Los Angeles Museum of Failure is a huge success in our books, with an in-depth albeit cheeky look at some of the worlds worst products throughout time. Located in the Hollywood and Highland shopping complex, this pop-up museum was created and curated by Psychologist and innovation researcher Dr. Samuel West, who was tired of... Continue Reading →

A Cathedral of Curiosities in LA.

What can I say about the Museum of Jurassic Technology. Nothing actually. I can't say anything because frankly I wouldn't even know where to begin to describe this eclectic, weird and wonderful cathedral of curiosities that graces and otherwise bland strip of Venice Blvd in Culver City. https://youtu.be/L5K27Fb5EGw What I can say is that this... Continue Reading →

How WOW Air did it different.

Last summer, a friend of mine and I won a contest from WOW air to travel the world and make films for them. Half a year later they abruptly cancelled all service. Coincidence? Dear God I hope so. One thing I can say having worked closely with them is that WOW certainly did things differently, for... Continue Reading →

The Smallest Film Festival with the Biggest Heart.

Frank Zagottis is a fun guy. A Queens local, he's got this nice house off Newtown Road right in the heart of Astoria. Like most locals, his parents were immigrants, his father came to this country as a tailor, and spent his life fitting clothes to support his family. Now Frank is giving back a... Continue Reading →

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