Wall

The things we put on our walls hold a special significance for us. It’s not just the things we want to look at, but it’s what we want others to see when they come to our homes. That’s what you can expect to find in our “Walls” category, too.

Draw Your Best Friend’s House

Here is where you’ll find posts from our special feature, in which we invite readers to send in drawings of their best friend’s house.

Sweet Memories

Sweet Memories

By Florina Falce

What I remember most vividly about my childhood best friend’s house were her mom’s baked goodies and sweet smile that were always in abundance every time I visited.

Draw Your Best Friend’s House

Draw Your Best Friend’s House

Do you remember what your best friend’s house was like? Could you draw it? I tried to draw mine and it was not terrible (yes it was).

Ceilings

Ceilings

This week we launched our second issue of Everyone Quarterly, on the theme of Architecture. This post coincides nicely with that....

What’s Cooking, Milwaukee Kitchen?

What’s Cooking, Milwaukee Kitchen?

Coming soon, look out for our interview with guests from Milwaukee Kitchen, a different kind of cooking show that artfully showcases food and community in Milwaukee, WI. It’s been called, “The only surrealist cooking program in the world.”

BAREFOOT: The Mark Baumer Story

BAREFOOT:
The Mark Baumer Story

Mark Baumer attempted his second walk across the country without any shoes, hoping to raise awareness about climate change. Julie Sokolow covers it in her tender documentary, BAREFOOT. Joe Young has the review.

Draw Your Best Friend’s House

Here is where you’ll find posts from our special feature, in which we invite readers to send in drawings of their best friend’s house.

Sweet Memories

Sweet Memories

By Florina Falce

What I remember most vividly about my childhood best friend’s house were her mom’s baked goodies and sweet smile that were always in abundance every time I visited.

Draw Your Best Friend’s House

Draw Your Best Friend’s House

Do you remember what your best friend’s house was like? Could you draw it? I tried to draw mine and it was not terrible (yes it was).

Ceilings

Ceilings

This week we launched our second issue of Everyone Quarterly, on the theme of Architecture. This post coincides nicely with that. Fascinating ceilings from the New York State Capitol, Grace Church in NYC, Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate Britain,...

What’s Cooking, Milwaukee Kitchen?

What’s Cooking, Milwaukee Kitchen?

Coming soon, look out for our interview with guests from Milwaukee Kitchen, a different kind of cooking show that artfully showcases food and community in Milwaukee, WI. It’s been called, “The only surrealist cooking program in the world.”

BAREFOOT: The Mark Baumer Story

BAREFOOT:
The Mark Baumer Story

Mark Baumer attempted his second walk across the country without any shoes, hoping to raise awareness about climate change. Julie Sokolow covers it in her tender documentary, BAREFOOT. Joe Young has the review.

Drawing Meditation

Drawing Meditation

The humble pencil is one of my all time favorite mediums to create with. It is incredibly versatile, cheap and easy to use. I absolutely love the sensation of drawing on paper, caressing the surface with each sweep across the page, then...

Welcome to The Art of Everyone

In writing my book Everything Else, I realised everybody has their own “everything else”—the thoughts and stories, the experiences, the skills, the imagination, the dreams.

Left unexplored or unshared, they can leave a void, depriving our spirit of something beautiful and nourishing. Having learned that, I created the space here to manifest my own "everything else," and to help others share theirs.

The path here is lined with flowers, the walls are endless, the shelves inviting, the table is set, and there is room for adventure. Bring your own creations or just open your soul for a retreat. This is a space to breathe. Leave the conventional world behind and enjoy.

Thank you for being here.