“When Marion Gurfein wrote to her husband Joe during his tours of duty in World War II and Korea, she sent him something more than letters. She created a mock newspaper, The Goofein Journal, which she hand-lettered on card stock. The Journal contained banner headlines, illustrations, photos and ‘news’ stories recording family events and a ‘social column’ which kept track of their friends’ whereabouts.” The site includes images, interviews and more.
Videos, paintings, pictures, maps, animations and other pleasures for your eyes and ears.
“To escape Auschwitz, she left her father to die. Decades later, she got a message from him…”
A powerful story of forgiveness: ►Debbie Baigrie befriends, and eventually helps free, the young man who shot her and was serving a life sentence.
From quarks and stuff to smart machines making more smart machines…in just under 20 minutes: a ► history of the entire world, i guess (through May 2017, at least).
Spend four minutes with ► Adelene Koh, a (maybe the only) hand bookbinder in Singapore. Beautiful work (and thoughts on) rebinding old books.
A beautiful moment to witness → ► 66 year old Bodybuilder William Reed sees color for first time.