Dropbox Digital Care Packages

Until We Meet Again

None of us have ever stayed home, stayed away, stayed apart for so long. This new reality takes a toll. We’re all in need of day brighteners and mood lighteners. Luckily, we’ve got just the thing—Dropbox folders packed full of goodness from artists and thinkers and makers and friends. Send a digital care package to someone you love. You can even send one (or three) to yourself!

None of us have ever stayed home, stayed away, stayed apart for so long. This new reality takes a toll. We’re all in need of day brighteners and mood lighteners. Luckily, we’ve got just the thing—Dropbox folders packed full of goodness from artists and thinkers and makers and friends. Send a digital care package to someone you love. You can even send one (or three) to yourself!

Debbie Millman: Design matters

A writer, designer, educator, artist, and more, Debbie has a folder that’s absolutely bursting with inspiration, including episodes of her podcast, a PDF of one of her books, and a TED Talk.

Roxane Gay: Get your read on

Roxane, a powerhouse writer and editor, serves up hard-to-find essays and stories, a comic book, a podcast, writing lessons, a recipe for blueberry-pancake cake, and more.

Ace Hotel: Staycation at home

Ace Hotel shares a smorgasbord of projects and activities created with artist friends and past collaborators. Draw your own essence, whip up secret recipes, and travel (virtually) to an Ace Hotel.

Send good stuff to your favorite people

Choose from more than 20 Dropbox folders stuffed with joy (and fun, and wisdom, and recipes). Share the folders with friends, and download a few for yourself, too!

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Connect The Mind: Take a magic nap

Train yourself to feel better with meditation and relaxation recordings by Amy Budden. Download, hit Play, and relax at a deeper level.

Dinah Jane: Good vibes only

Singer Dinah Jane shows up with hot tunes so you can sing (and dance) along. And for an encore: a cooking video.

Supercluster: Space out!

A storytelling company that makes it easy, fun, and exciting to be a space fan, Supercluster has a folder full of extraterrestrial themes, including a space-launch tracker app.

Curtis Stone: Cook with love

This Australian chef loads his folder with easy recipes (including a delicious carrot carbonara) and cooking videos that show you exactly what to do.

It’s Nice That: A boredom antidote

The design-and-art platform based in London has created Indoors Zine, a mini-magazine made in lockdown, for lockdown, to bust boredom to smithereens.

NTS Radio: Sounds that soothe

This global music platform serves up four programs chosen because they play calming and relaxing music. Click the links and enjoy anywhere.

Gerard & Kelly: Enjoy your time

Artists Brennan Gerard and Ryan Kelly dropped in from their Paris studio to fill a folder with video clips and listening, writing, and movement exercises.

Awkward Family Photos: Laugh it up

Celebrate awkwardness with a care package full of hilarious photos of families, pets, and more.

Brian Rea: Art as isolation therapy

Brian, a Los Angeles–based artist, has a folder that includes drawings from his series Avoid This. Print them out, color them in, draw on top of them, and create more of your own.

Dropbox Design: Find your voice

There is a story inside you that no one else can tell. The Personal Voice Workbook will help you break through the silence.

Bobby Berk: Lockdown favorites

Queer Eye’s interior designer, Bobby Berk, has a ton of quarantine recommendations, from his favorite loungewear to his favorite white paints—and a bonus bingo game!

Wendy MacNaughton: Draw together

An accomplished illustrator, Wendy has recently shot to fame thanks to her quarantine-inspired Instagram drawing classes for kids. This folder includes some of those lessons.

Rileyy Lanez: Feel the beat

An R&B singer from New York, Rileyy includes her freshly dropped EP Beautiful Mistakes for you to share, stream, or download.

Clare Crespo: Play with your food

Enjoy a folder heaped high with delicious all-ages activities: edible art projects, food mandalas, origami pie, and a kid’s cooking show!

Lecrae: Move your body

The Grammy Award–winning hip-hop artist has put it all in this care package: motivation, a workout plan, music to keep you moving, and merch to keep you looking good.

#The100DayProject: Art, every day

The idea is simple: Choose a creative project, then do it every day for 100 days. Everything you need to get started is in this folder!

Future Classic: Mood music

Independent music company Future Classic has compiled a care package of music and graphic art by Thrupence (Jack Vanzet) of Melbourne, Australia.

Alex Wolf: A quarantine reading list

Tech anthropologist Alex Wolf has stuffed her Dropbox folder full of stimulating book recommendations. If you’ve burned through Netflix, this one’s for you!

The Purist: Health and happiness

This wellness brand has curated a list of ideas and resources to support you on your quarantine journey.

Amir H. Fallah: Up your Zoom game

Spice up your Zoom Meetings with a rad background created by Amir, an artist and designer based in Los Angeles.

Jenna Andrews: Make some noise

A singer, songwriter, and record producer from Canada, Jenna’s ready with tips and tricks for all you stay-at-home musicians.

Sundance Institute: A scenic view

Watchlists, videos, podcasts, blog posts, and highlights from the 2020 Sundance Film Festival are packed into this care package.

Asher Angel: Shoot some hoops

The Shazam! and Disney Channel star serves up three-pointer tips from his driveway especially for die-hard fans.