Well, who’d have thought it?! I never quite expected to reach 100 (yes, that’s right – ONE HUNDRED) Quaerentia Treasure Maps. But here we are. Amazing.
This calls for an extra special list, don’t you think!?
- Evangelicalism post-Drumpf election
- Mark Labberton and Richard Mouw from Fuller very helpful here
- Ian Paul has a similarly useful post, picking up on the Fuller post but also casting a sceptical eye on the polling
- Thabiti Anyabwile makes some very important points about the white vote immediately after Drumpf’s victory
- In another response in the Washington Post to these troubled times (for women particularly), Nancy Ritter wrote this powerful explanation of her love for Mary Mother of Jesus (I’m with her all the way until the Queen of Heaven part!)
- This did amuse me from Babylon Bee – as one who has signed countless doctrinal statements over the years (happily)
- Likewise, they’ve nailed it with this 7 Easy Ways to Share the Gospel
- Again post-Drumpf
- Amid the refugee crisis, the Red Cross has installed a mock-up Syrian home in IKEA – eye-opening
- President of Liberland: The man banished from the country he created
- How does one hide in a techno-surveillance state? Here are some (slightly creepy) suggestions.
- A stunning way to highlight an ongoing crisis – awareness of the destruction of the Brazilian rainforests raised by projected images of their inhabitants.
- I love this – what happens when a Turkish photographer tells people that they are beautiful
- Hilarious reviews of this insane Swiss Army penknife
- Amazing animatronic metropolis made of PAPER
- I love maps anyway – as regulars know – but these are very cool – a huge variety of ways to map New York City
- An Armenian illustrator (evidently with nothing better to do) makes some fashion illustrations with food and other things. While another artist makes rainbows out of string
- Calvin Seibert’s awesome brutalist sandcastles
- Vincent Bal Turning shadows into cool cartoons
- I love these nighttime air shots of modern cities by Vincent Laforet – stunning colours. Here’s Sydney:
- Taking the theme of retrospectives:
- Here a photographer Chris Porsz recreates images that he took in the 1980s 30 years later – quite moving actually
- Time has collected 100 of the world’s most important and influential photographs – a great list
- An artist in 1900 imagines the world in 2000 – gets a lot of things wrong, but several are spot on!
- A recurring them of the treasure map has been old images of well-known (at least to me) places. Here are some fabulous pictures of London in 1967
- Here are some big 1916-2016 centenaries in one place: