10ft Deep —

Woah, it's only early March and Vermont hit its first major warm spell up here with temperatures soaring above freezing! Haha. But not to worry, the joys of winter surely aren't over.

These brighter and sunnier days help to lift heads from the rushing of life to reflect on the reality of seasons coming and going, and our surroundings transforming into something new, yet familiar. *Not pictured above; great friendship, jumping from rock-to-rock, and trying not to spill this coffee.

Here are some internet drips that hopefully brighten your day today. :) Enjoy! ...(and wash your hands)

Don't Do It!
A fun, cheeky way to keep yourself accountable durning this eerie COVID-19 season. And probably a good habit to form in general. Unless you're a Makeup YouTuber or Dentist I suppose.
Drifting Through The Wind
As the plastic bag ban in NYC begins this month and these crinkly commodities will no longer be seen sailing through the streets, the New York Times has already begun archiving their pervasive designs. 
Bráulio Amado
Speaking of NYC, B.A. is a Graphic Designer and Illustrator from Portugal, currently living in the Big Apple. He has worked behind the doors of Pentagram, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Wieden+Kennedy, then started his own studio in 2017. He also co-runs SSHH in the East Village.

Buried Treasures

Broads Down Under
↳ Directory
In honor of International Women's Day, here's a long list of women in AUS who work in or contribute to the creative industry. You can also add yourself to the list! #IWD2020
↳ No More Distractions
Currently on Kickstarter, Unpluq aims to help people create healthy boundaries with their phones with a physical 'key' that plugs into your phone when you want to see all your apps, and then 'unplugs', hiding apps that are the most distracting. Unfortunately, Android only.

Deeper Dive

Drift Mag — Vol 9: Bali
Drift is a bi-annually printed magazine about coffee, the people who drink it, and the cities they inhabit. Their latest issue, Volume 9, takes a multi-faceted look at the coffee culture of Bali.

by benjonstn

Thank you for diving into this edition of 10ft deep! If you'd like to say thank you and support the next issue, you can buy me a coffee!
From Vermont, with love.
"I want to be a scuba diver beneath the world of speed boats."
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