This is WEEK of
The penultimate Week before the countdown to the Bready Awards!
It's been nearly a year of Each week some of your fellow denizens are randomly selected by me to be featured and possibly receive some tasty, delicious, & nutritious 3D printed .
This week we had some fine features from all over the world and practicing art in many mediums.
Here are your possible recipients (click the date to see the feature):
Monday 2015.12.07 | @miron-art
Yuriy Miron is an artist focused on creating psychedelic GIFs, short films, drawings, character designs, live visual performances and independent animated films.
Tuesday 2015.12.08 | @zans
Zans is Andre Calazans. Designer, art director, street photographer, illustrator based in Florianopolis, Brazil.
Wednesday 2015.12.09 | @dervinbatarlo
Dervin Batarlo is an analogue collage artist. This means that he actually touches with his hands the things that he cuts up and forms into something new.
Thursday 2015.12.10 | @azambuja
Martín Azambuja is a graphic designer & illustrator based in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Friday 2015.12.11 | @dinomari
Dino Mari is a Dortmund based commercial Photographer. He believes in true love.
Romania • Brazil • Uruguay • Great Britain • Germany
They ALL deserve it. But who will receive it? It's all up to you, the good people of .
Let your vote count in the comments! (or maybe in some tweets too!)
SUNDAY - I'll Announce Who Gets the
This past Monday we also had the final Questions interview of 2015.
On women in tech, social media, & twins with Christiann MacAuley @xiann
And speaking of Questions, yesterday I announced the publication of Questions The Book. The complete collection of all the interviews I did this year. 46 people I met on who were kind enough to spend some of their time (a precious commodity) answering 3 questions from me.
Do you read a bit in bed? The perfect book.
Do you read on the ? The perfect book.
Do you like and ? The perfect book.
While there may be some typos and some things may have been lost in translation from the various native languages of some of the people I contacted to how it turned out in English, these imperfections make it. . .
the perfect book for you to own!
Only $20 USD.
Support all the work I put into and get the first book created entirely for and by people on a social network. Should I contact the Guinness World Records people and see if they'll give us an award?