— October 3, 2022
— October 2, 2022
— October 1, 2022
Health and safety in Star Trek — August 9, 2022
— July 25, 2022

In 2007, Madrid-based artist and illustrator Pep Carrió’s expansive diary project began as a challenge with a simple premise: to draw something every day. No matter what materials were at hand and without any predetermined theme or subject matter, he took a game-like approach to see if he could accomplish filling an entire Moleskine datebook throughout the year. The numerous editions that have followed feature a dazzling array of scenes fashioned from marker, pencil, tempera, pen, ink, collage, and found materials.

Figures and Events Are Transfixed by Time in Pep Carrió’s Extensive Daily Visual Diaries – Colossal
The Off-Roading Astronauts of Apollo — June 21, 2022

The Off-Roading Astronauts of Apollo

Its tires were made of wire mesh. Its seats looked like beach chairs. Its four electric motors together managed just one horsepower. Its floorboard was one-fiftieth of an inch thick, about the same as the slimmest wood veneers, and would snap under an astronaut’s weight on Earth. Yet the lunar rover—or, in NASA parlance, the lunar roving vehicle, or LRV—upended all expectations of what was possible in a brief visit to another world.

The Off-Roading Astronauts of Apollo – Outside
“Oh well I’d choose….(suddenly stepped on by Sentinel)” — June 4, 2022
Technicality Club — April 16, 2022
🎶 To be faaaaaaaiiiiirrrrrrr 🎶 — April 1, 2022