1. Leah Yerpe
Brooklyn-based Leah Yerpe makes hyperrealistic drawings that bend and mend the mind.
Drawn by hand, Yerpe's series "Levitation" accurately depicts a floating body's flow from the way their limbs move to the clothing draped upon them.
2. Stranger Things
If you happened to be living under a rock for the past few weeks, don't worry; I'm here for you. Simply watch Stranger Things, and you will then be able to interact with humans again in public because, boy, do people love talking about this TV show (as they should).
Winona Ryder, 80s horror films, analogue synth music, monsters, really good child acting, getting a little spooked, alternate universes, If any of these items sparked the slightest wrinkle of appeal in you, then this is your show. Did I mention Winona Ryder?
Find it streaming on Netflix. You won't be disappointed!
3. Stef Chura
Meet Stef Chura, a Detroit-based rocker that is steadily gaining traction aboard the grunge pop music train.
Stef's female-fronted 90s alt rock flare is reminiscent of early Liz Phair, Fiona Apple, and badass ladydom, in general. Catch her on tour this month throughout the northwest US!
4. How Did This Get Made? podcast
Do you ever watch a movie and after watching think, "How in the heck did this movie actually get enough people onboard to become a full-length film?" Well, then you'll truly enjoy How Did This Get Made?, a podcast that openly discusses the plot lines, motives, and decisions in terrible movies. Suggested episodes include Spice World, From Justin to Kelly, and Crossroads.
5. Lee & Birch
Fellow kindreds, Lee & Birch is your new favorite West Michigan clothing boutique.
Specializing in classic and modern women's clothing and accessories, Lee & Birch makes it easy to support small business with their online store that can ship to virtually anywhere. Bookmark them on your browser when you're feeling like treating yo' self!
that's all for this week. until next time.