Culture @shopify, novice seamstress and sometimes I run.
New York-based photographer, Richard Renaldi has been taking pictures of strangers touching each other for eight years. He picks random people off the street and asks them to physically interact while posing for a portrait. His project, Touching Strangers, speaks to the fundamental connection we have to each other beyond race, class, and age.
Sacrificing conversation for mere connection
Some sewing stuff grandma gave me including scissors from the 60s #luckyme (Taken with Instagram)
Took this while biking #pro (Taken with Instagram)
Last week, Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook’s plans for a new campus, a 420,000 square foot single-story warehouse made to look like “a hill in nature,” one giant room fitting thousands of people. He described their aspiration as wanting to build “the perfect engineering space.”
New vinyls for our themed rooms (Taken with Instagram)