Masterpiece from Abandoned Stone

2017-03-07T16:39:15-05:00Categories: SandBlog|Tags: , |

The statue of David is one of the most recognizable pieces of art and is considered a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture. It was carved by Michelangelo (Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni), towers at 17-feet (5.17 meters) tall, took just over three [...]

Make Your Plans Bulletproof

2016-08-22T18:32:47-04:00Categories: SandBlog|Tags: , , |

This week at work, bulletproof your ideas. If you've got a new idea, a plan, a program; find people you trust who can poke holes in it for you. Not someone who is going to agree with you, nor someone who [...]

Attention To Detail

2016-08-12T09:32:17-04:00Categories: SandBlog|

You're looking at an interior detail from the pop-up (i.e. temporary) Museum of Ice Cream located in the Meatpacking District in New York City. Not only is their lighting made to look like upside-down ice cream cones... But, the walls are [...]

Do First Things First

2016-08-08T15:04:13-04:00Categories: TWAW|Tags: , , |

Where to start, huh? No matter what system you use to plan your activities - paper or digital - sometimes it can be difficult to determine what to do first. Especially since *all* of it is important, right? I've tried lots [...]