Sunday is for Sharing is a weekly roundup of my favorite links from the past week.
My Favorite Video
Dave Pollot takes existing pieces of thrift art and infuses elements of pop culture into them. The end products are some of the funniest and most unique paintings I’ve ever seen.
My Favorite Finance Articles
Jacob Lund Fisker shares his experience with 10 years of early retirement (Get Rich Slowly)
Seth Godin shares some useful thoughts on money (Seth Godin)
Why spending money on experiences can be just another form of materialism (Dawn Teh)
The case for global diversification is as strong as ever (Evidence Investor)
Three questions to ponder before buying something new (Bone Fide Wealth)
Miscellaneous Links I Liked
A neat little game that tests how many U.S. cities you can name (Ian Fisher)
Cyril Borovsky constructed a 3-bedroom, 3-bath home on a piece of land the size of a parking lot (Video)
This video about how Pixar uses real “fake” cameras in their animated movies is mind-boggling (Video)
Some dazzling early entries in the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards (The Atlantic)
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