Brain Pickings’s Maria Popova collaborated with information designer Giorgia Lupi and Rumpus illustrator Wendy MacNaughton to create a series of super-charming illustrations of writers correlating their wake-up times with their creative productivity....more
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We all know that beauty sleep requires at least 7 hours, but how long is the perfect amount for writers?
At Brain Pickings, Maria Popova teamed up with Italian graphic designer Giorgia Lupi and illustrator Wendy MacNaughton for this interesting graphic,which is focused on the sleeping habits and productivity of authors....more
When I was little I had this drawing workbook that I would use after school. On the front of it was a picture of a little kid, my age at the time (maybe 8) and he was drawing with a plate of cookies and glass of milk in front of him.
Where does your cat go when he’s missing, and what would you do to find out?
Rumpus contributors Caroline Paul and Wendy MacNaughton went all the way, employing kitty-stalking gear like cameras and trackers to peer into their pet’s secret life....more
Happy Birthday, Susan Sontag. You would have been 80 today.
Here is an entry from her collection of journals and notebooks, As Consciousness Is Harnessed to Flesh. Also, check out Rumpus contributor Wendy MacNaughton and Maria Popova’s fantastic collaborative illustration, Susan Sontag on Art....more
The artwork is available on Etsy as an 11×14 print on heavy cotton rag paper with razored edges in a limited edition of 300, signed and numbered, bearing a hand-stamped inscription on the back....more
48 hours of grueling magazine production never looked so pretty. Here is the making of Issue 2 of Longshot Magazine, as illustrated by our columnist Wendy MacNaughton....more
What kind of caloric encouragement do writers need to get through a day?
Snack choices are among the most important quotidian decisions we make, and often we’re consistent with the ones that work best. Our very own Wendy MacNaughton charts the snack decisions of authors in this beautiful graphic for the New York Times....more
Wendy MacNaughton illustrates the story of the San Francisco Dolphin Club....more
Wendy MacNaughton’s visual blog provides “drawings of people on public transportation on their way to and from work. Five days a week, twice a day, twenty minutes each way. And other commutes to boot.” The effect is somewhere between the chillingly under-acted and over-costumed TV series Mad Men, a song by The Zincs, and drunken half-memories of watching Slacker....more