"Alternative packaging for supermarket produce, highlighting the distances that some foods travel from and the resultant carbon dioxide released during the journey. The receipt features a boarding card style tear-off strip."
True, this would make me feel slightly more guilty for not buying/eating local but let’s face facts: Clementines from Peru taste much better than clementines from the US. And I can’t budge on that, sorry.
It’s a deluge of wonderful images. Hm, he’s in Boston. Can I be your pupil, please?! Check out the set in Iceland. I am DYING in the heat here and I wish I was there, where currently it’s in the low 50’s, according to Accuweather.com. BTW, I played hookey from work b/c I deemed it too hot to go outside. Yeah, I’m a heat wimp.
"About 50 percent [of Paper Heart is fiction]. Everything with the interview subjects is real, but the plot with Michael Cera is fiction… But I honestly was kind of questioning the idea of love. I’d dropped out of college and I’d just been doing comedy, and I’m kind of like an old lady — when I was 10 I learned how to knit — so, most of my friends would go to clubs [to meet people], but I don’t go to clubs or bars because I don’t drink. So there was this fear of, how would I meet someone my own age? It’s not that I doubted other people’s love. It was just about my own concern of whether it could happen to me.” — Charlyne Yi
"I don’t drink, so how am I going to meet people? I’m going to go up to a drunk guy and be like, ‘Hey, let me take advantage of you’? Not that I’m antisocial. I am kind of antisocial. It’s just so intimidating to go from, like, ‘You want to play basketball and get to know each other?’ to ‘Let’s go on a date and see if it might get dirty.’"- Charlyne Yi on the difficulties of dating. [NYTimes]