Lego Builder's Journey is a beautifully crafted and imaginative little game full of great little puzzles.
This is the story of 25 year old Freddie, who, on a whim, visits her birthplace of South Korea for the first time after being adopted and raised in France.
I never cease to be impressed by Fred Again... hence this being his second appearance in successive issues.
MacOS time tracking app
Apps that offer time tracking and reminders to stop working are nothing new. But where others have failed for me, I've found Balance has really stuck.
This is a collection of interactive experiments by Japanese game developer and computer scientist, saharan.
The Gold is a gripping BBC dramatisation of London's 1983 Brink's-Mat gold robbery.
Frederique Matti is an independent Dutch artist based in Amsterdam. I can't get enough of her bold, colourful paintings and illustrations. They are just so striking and beautifully composed.
Space Elevator is a fun and exciting side project from Neal Agarwal, offering an engaging way to learn about altitude.
Album by Grandbrothers
Recorded in Cologne cathedral, this latest release from Erol Sarp and Lukas Vogel AKA Grandbrothers is a beauty.
I first discovered Spengler's work through his prolific sketchbook pages, which he shared on Instagram. I immediately fell in love with his bold use of color and line.
Copilot is essentially AI autocomplete for programming. It is a little bit of software you install alongside your editor that has been trained on billions of lines of code across dozens of languages.
Raycast is extremely useful. It's described as "a blazingly fast, totally extendable launcher. It lets you complete tasks, calculate, share common links, and much more."
This isn't an amazing film so much as an amazing story. It's based on the true story of two sisters, swimmers from war-torn Syria, and the risky journey they take to Germany to seek refuge, which ultimately takes them to the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Animator and Illustrator
I've followed Kurkdjian’s wonderful animation work for a while – definitely since I made a website for his agents, Handsome Frank – and likely before.
Greyscape celebrates the beauty of brutalist and modernist architecture with some great examples from around the world.
No doubt you've heard of this as it was everywhere a little while ago after picking up a whole raft of BAFTAs. But if you haven't watched, you really should – it's an incredible film.
Whiplash is a 2014 film from director, Damien Chazelle. It's been sat on my 'to watch' list for years, but somehow I haven't got round to it until a couple of weeks ago. And man, was it worth the wait.
I've just finished this book and for me the experience was quite profound. I felt seen, like Cain was putting into words things I've felt for many years but been unable to articulate.
Prior to seeing this, I had only streamed Fred Again's albums and hadn't seen or heard any of his live DJ sets.
From more than 227 million ratings cast by Letterboxd members in 2022, the films in this list were ranked the best of the best.
Stop motion study
I've been following Tomohiro Okazaki on Instagram for a while and he is some kind of genius. He makes these incredibly intricate, creative stop motion studies using matchsticks.
I'm quite a fan of weird, thought-provoking games. This indie title from Charlotte Broccard is certainly one of those…
Another internet banger from Neal Agarwal. This is a super compelling, fun way to explore locations round the world.
Interactive music tools
If you like tinkering and playing music like I do, you'll love this.