New York graffiti artist Stephen Powers daubs his super-sized murals and messages on city walls and rooftops from Brooklyn to Philadelphia, Belfast to São Paulo – his new book, A Love Letter to the City, collects them in one place. See more
Photos: Matthew Kuborn (first three) and Adam Wallacavage (remaining twoo, click photos for captions).
Chris Thornley, also known as Raid71, is a graphic artist/designer living on the wild moors of Lancashire, UK. Chris constantly tries to adapt and be versatile, striving to illustrate a solution or provoke further ideas or concepts. His works include commercial and private commissions, editorial work for magazines and newspapers aimed at modern culture and society as well as science and technology and childrens books. His art has appeared in exhibition across the globe in both solo and group shows.
As new editions of her cookbooks are published, Nigella chooses her own favourite dishes from them. Get the recipes
All photos: Martin Poole for Observer Food Monthly
The science of choruses and why repetition makes music powerful.
Pair with these 7 fantastic reads on music, emotion, and the brain, then seen this animated explanation of how music enchants the brain.(via explore-blog)
Dorothy Arnold - Edwin Bower Hesser
Sarah Lewis on creativity, the gift of failure, and the crucial difference between success and mastery – a wonderful read to welcome the week