(Image via Vanity Fair)
The weekly roundup of internet awesomeness:
- These hand-painted walls are stunning. I wish I could do something like that!
- Friends is probably the defining show of my pop culture life thus far – so, naturally, I found this story about how it came to be fascinating.
- Hands down, the best collection of Draw Something sketches ever – Ignore Hitler. So good.
- As someone with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and a blog, this post resonated with me: Being “Camera-Ready.” I especially loved this: “How does one advise someone to put down the camera phone for a while and just enjoy the moment? To stop waiting for that imaginary audience’s approval?”
- I do not particularly care for Simon Cowell, but this is adorable: Maude Apatow (daughter of Judd) interviews him. Awww!
- 27 Yoga Positions Demonstrated by Animals. So adorable!
- I love that, within like an hour of the news breaking, this tumblr had already popped up: When Obama Endorsed Marriage Equality. Oh, internet. You are awesome.
- Pretty sure I’ve mentioned it before, but Diane von Furstenberg is definitely one of my favorite people, ever. Her collaboration with the Gap is wonderful. I love what she says in the commercial: “To empower a little girl is to empower the woman she will become.”
- Everything I Need to Know, I Learned from When Harry Met Sally. Fun fact: this is perhaps my all-time favorite movie. And this article is straight up truth.
- I absolutely love this: Ideal Bookshelf. The artist paints a picture of your very favorite books, aka your ideal bookshelf. I totally want to buy one of these one day! And I’m already thinking about what books I’d put on it…
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