Google Food. A Photo Blog.

Google's Free Food Budget = $7,530 Per Googler / $72 Million A Year.

If you work at Google headquarters in California you get ALL KINDS of benefits! one of which is free lunch, dinner and snacks, made fresh daily by gourmet chefs. Google's moto is "Give the proper tools to a group of people that want to make a difference, and they will."
CEO Eric Schmidt said, “the goal is to strip away everything that gets in our employees’ way. We provide a standard package of fringe benefits, but on top of that are first-class dining facilities, gyms, laundry rooms, massage rooms, haircuts, carwashes, dry cleaning, commuting buses – just about anything a hardworking employee might want.”
One of the employees at Google, Brett L., started this flickr profile to showcase all the awesome food he eats at work everyday. Love it. flickr.com

Sego Y Ovbal. Graf Writers. Mexico.


Kate Bingaman-Burt. Illustrator. Portland.

Kate is an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Portland State University + founding partner of the Public Design Center.
Buy her What Did You Buy Today? Zines at etsy.com

Stichting DUWO Architects. Amsterdam.

Student housing Oslofjordweg made of shipping containers.
Located on the former NDSM-wharf. An industrial area now transformed into a media park for creative companies with 380 temporary container houses for students (at least until 2010).
Each box measures 24 m2 and has a kitchen, bathroom, with TV and internet and costs about 350 euro to rent.
The former ship-yard hall has a large skate-ramp with bars, restaurants, and MTV has found its new headquarters next door.

Matt Jones. Photographer. American.

Matt's the son of Terry Jones-artistic director+founder of I-D Mag.

David Sparshott. Illustrator. England.