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March 28, 2020 1 min read

UPDATE: For those of you that aren't sure what to watch next on Netflix, Abstract: The Art of Design is a great complement to the other suggestions we've provided for you in this briefing:
 

Take a break from the 24-hour apocalyptic news cycle with three of our favorite art magazines. We're not taking anything away from the seriousness of this epic pandemic, but if you're anything like us, your flight or fight response could use a much needed break. 

IGNANT

 

DEZEEN

TRENDLAND 

The simple observations of art allow for your mind to make interpretations of what you're seeing at the moment. It's not only a great way to break those perpetual anxiety cycles, but it can also inspire you to create and visualize outside your current circumstances. As the world continues to turn, it's always nice to have an escape, especially in todays uncertain times. 

 


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