monday memo 134: mini memo #1
Welcome to the Monday Memo — your pop culture snapshot from Manifesto.
Hey friends, Mondays can be tough. Here are 7 things to make June 19th, 2023, a bit better. Monday Memo is on summer vacation. For the next few weeks, enjoy a "Mini Monday Memo" until we're back. Miss you already. xoxo MM
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1. Artist of the Week: Mila Textiles
Mila Textiles is a London-based fashion brand specializing in embroidery and textiles. They specialize in "creating playful, abstract wearable art inspired by natural surroundings with a touch of surrealism. All products are hand-crafted, using up-cycled materials where possible." Beauty is in the eyes of the BEAD-holder...
2. What we're listening to: The Show by Niall Horan
Niall Horan returns with his third studio album, The Show. Whether you have been a fan of Niall since his One Direction days or fell in love with his solo sound through songs like "Slow Hands," The Show proves he has always been so much more than just a former boy band member. Our favorites are "Heaven" and "Meltdown."
3. What we're watching: Flamin' Hot - Hulu
They say great ideas can come from anywhere, and nowhere is this statement more true than in the origin of Flamin' Hot Cheetos. “Flamin’ Hot” is the inspiring true story of Richard Montañez who as a Frito-Lay janitor disrupted the food industry by channeling his Mexican-American heritage to turn Flamin’ Hot Cheetos from a snack into an iconic global pop culture phenomenon.
Works used with permission from the artist. Follow @orangejuicefordinner for more! 4. Bonus Artist: Liberty Ewan
Liberty Ewan, also known as Orange Juice for Dinner on Instagram, is an English artist and illustrator. Her illustrations are glimpses of reality, recounting everyday encounters, joys, and sorrows of life in which everyone can identify. Liberty places no limits on the viewer’s identification and always gives a different face to the character she draws, allowing everyone to recognize themselves in the scene.