12th May 2022
Here at Thursday, we are constantly sharing things among each other and we thought we’d share it to the wider world. Here are our recommendations of what we’ve read, watched, visited and listened to in April.
Monocles journalists, photographers and editors have travelled to the nordics and brought back this beautifully designed hardback. Full of inspiration and insights, this book will leave you with wanderlust.
A book about that something that we could all possibly relate to. Madeline Dore has spent 5 years searching for the secret of productivity and has come to terms that there isn’t one. Leaving things undone can leave us feeling guilty but this is an inspiring call to push productivity off it’s pedestal and enjoy the unpredictability of life.
Toro Y Moi’s seventh album see’s him change his direction (again). The more funk infused melodies plays out well for the laid back listener.
An addicting psychedelic debut from the Australian foursome that makes you dive head first into the summer. This is the perfect album for fans of fellow Aussies, Tame Impala.
A HBO production that focuses on one of sports' most revered and dominant dynasties. The 1980’s Los Angeles Lakers ruled the court and this sports drama showcases the personal and professional lives of those players and coaches.
Outer Range starring Josh Brolin is an American science fiction neo-Western mystery thriller and i think that's all we need to say about it. If that concoction of genre's doesn't sell it to you then we can only apologise.
The design museum’s latest exhibition explores the story behind football, unpicking how design has been used to push the game to new limits. The perfect exhibition for the fanatic or even the sporting sceptic.
The ARC in Winchester is now guiding visitors though the brilliant career of Eric Ravilious showcasing wood engravings, watercolours, books, ceramics and lithographs.