Friday Anti Boredom Day! #28

Our suggestions for week 12

Power to the Friday!

Every week we share a top 5 of the most interesting, coolest, funniest and most exciting stuff that we have encountered on the web and elsewhere. In our studio we have been sharing things that we see around us and that we find remarkable, for as long as we’ve been a team. This way we keep each other informed of the world outside of our personal perspective, because we have a collective hunger for the new.

With this overview we give you some insight into what fascinates us. In addition to projects from clients and self-initiated projects, this is what Jort, Vivian, Jord, and John Patrick are talking about in the studio. Do share this list and let us know if you have any tips!

These are strange times. Covid19 has shaken its ugly head and finally has gotten the attention of most of the western world. Although every country handles the crisis in its own way, most of you and us are affected by the virus in our daily lives in some way. We are still on the job, working for awesome clients, but we work from home and have team discussions, laughs and banter through chat (Slack) and video calls (whereby). Others are not that lucky, but we hope all of us get through it wiser, more fulfilled, more appreciative of our daily lives. Hang in there people. Together! (and feel free to send additions so this list can grow)


Stay in and get out

Word of 2020? Social-distancing will be hard to beat. And in that isolation apparently boredom is an issue for some. First world problems? Maybe. But for those looking for distraction, here’s our ± 2 cents of online content to beat boredom and get you smarter and happier at the same time. Instead of a solid top 5, we keep this list growing over time, so please send us suggestions we can add (newest links at the top of the list).

– Check the online beacon for electronic music (Resident Advisor) for list of live streams. These links are nice too!

– Visit Over 4,500 Museums and Sites Worldwide From Your Desk With Google Arts & Culture. Highly recommended: Guggenheim New York, the Dutch Rijksmuseum, but also this interactive high-res close-up of Girl with the pearl earring. Or do some Google art-things with your phone.
– Listen to Quarantine track lists by Tiga
– Watch IDFA documentaries
– And here’s a big long list of even more couch based travels


some links in Dutch:
– 3voor12 music history lessons (we’ve skipped with this link to the lesson on Nirvana, never forget ; ) )
Cinetree feel good films
– Arthouse films at Picl.

Next week a new Friday TopFiveDay!!
Check all of our Top Fives here