HBO's Silicon Valley is one of my favorite new comedies of 2014. Birthed from the genius of Mike Judge, who also brought us Beavis and Butt-head and King of the Hill, Silicon Valley is about a start-up company operating in – you guessed it – Silicon Valley. The show had its quirks and triumphant, albeit foul-mouthed, moments in just eight episodes.
Silicon Valley stars the fivesome Thomas Middleditch, T. J. Miller, Zach Woods (yes, that's Gabe from The Office), Martin Starr (Party Down alumni), Kumail Nanjiani. The show that brought us the crazy extensive and well-researched mean jerk t ...Read more
How awesome is this Clyde the turtle replica? Just staring at it makes me want to fall in love with the lovable reptilian resident of the Brownstone of CBS' Elementary, now in its fourth season.
It also comes with a red tape you can attach to him, like from that amazing Snow Angels episode where Clyde's supposed to be an ambulance. Genius!
If you're like me, someone who spend his time in the library during elementary school and high school, you've probably come across the works of the great Roald Dahl. My top picks are The BFG, George's Marvellous Medicine, and James and the Giant Peach.
The experience wouldn't be complete without the art of Sir Quentin Blake. You can check his incomparable work at quentinblake.com and his Twitter account at @QuentinBlakeHQ.
Here are some classics that just brings me back to my childhood, back to that library corner with the green chairs and matching tables.
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I have these two books and they are absolutely gorgeous. Both have more than two hundred pages of doodles and insights from a collection of artists' sketchbooks; some which come across as very personal.
Those which I like the most was seeing these artists' personal abode: their rooms, work tables, collections of paints. Some sketches are intimate, albeit unpolished. This is what sold the books to me. Not everyone gets to see what's in an artist's sketchbook. There are also paragraphs in Q&A formats where the artists give their insights about their profession.
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Anarchy of the mind.
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