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Making Clouds In A Glass Bungalow By The Sea

Making Clouds In A Glass Bungalow By The Sea

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It's 420, and we'd rather be making clouds in this glass bungalow in Big Sur. Step into the late architect Mickey Meunning's personal home. 

For more angles and views, check out the full video on our Instagram.

As the long Memorial Day Weekend approaches, we find ourselves yearning for a blend of tranquility and exploration. This week's blog post invites you to dive into the mesmerizing world of the new 3D mapping of the Titanic, where history unfolds before your eyes. Embrace the joy of living the quiet life, basking in the serenity surrounding you. And to elevate your daydreaming experience, we invite you to listen to Ryuichi Sakamoto's ethereal funeral playlist that transcends the clouds.

So, without further ado, we have our weekly inspiration for you to spark your afternoon daydreams.

3D Mapping the Titanic

Titanic 3D Mapping Image

We have the first full-size 3D scan of the Titanic, thanks to Deep-Sea Researchers. Not only does it show the shipwreck in a new light, but it shows the entire wreckage in unparalleled detail. 

If you'd like to discover more about the mapping process and explore the significance of this view of the Titanic, you can click here.

The Quiet Life

Watch as renowned Argentinian chef Francis Mallman shows Ed Lee the best way to cook fish. Soothing, simple, and utterly mesmerizing, even if you dislike fish, the ASMR will make you long for this life.

Recommended Listening

Ryuichi Sakamoto made  a playlist for his own funeral.

Ryuichi Sakamoto died in March following a lengthy battle with cancer, leaving behind an expansive legacy. From his groundbreaking work with Yellow Magic Orchestra to award-winning Hollywood scores such as Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, and The Last Emperor. Upon announcing his death, Sakamoto’s management wrote that “he lived with music until the very end.” They’ve shared a playlist for his funeral curated by the late artist himself. 

You can listen to the playlist here:

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