Killings brings you our weekly selection of posts that have amused, enlightened and
generally distracted us.
Did you manage to see the google doodle celebrating Saul Bass this week? It’s so wonderful!
When wrong layouts lead to wrong laughs.
The Sydney Film Festival released it’s program. So much to see!
In other festival news, Human Rights Arts & Film Festival opened in Melbourne last night – its a great program, so be sure to check it out.
Did you see this super smart advertising campaign created in an ‘effort to provide abused children with a safe way to reach out for help’? Amazing.
Hopefully we won’t mess up your routine too much, but be sure to procrastinate a little at ‘Daily Routines’ while you delve into the various daily rituals of famous writers, artists and other creatives.
Feel a bit peckish? Want to cook up a storm this weekend? I’d recommend: Slate‘s peanut butter cookie recipe or getting lost browsing food blogs What Katie Ate or Smitten Kitchen that offer a range of hearty recipes and lovingly presented food photos.
‘An animated graphic of meteorites seen impacting Earth’ = coooooooooool.
Have you seen David Bowie’s new clip, yet? Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard are in it.
Listen to Wilco’s Melbourne set online, thanks to ABC Radio National. Perfect weekend listening.
Last minute A&D update: Gosling rejecting cereal! This is a very important addition.