Believe it or not, this is NOT the same statue that this idiot constructed. His 26-foot tall statue, called Forever Marilyn, lowered Chicago’s already tawdry Michigan Mile for a summer. I appreciated his previous works which stood there—a three-dimensional rendition of Grant Wood’s American Gothic and then a metallic, wind-tormented King Lear—but despise the sensational […]Read More White Trash
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From NPR and Robert Krulwich, I present: A Wet Towel In Space Is Not Like A Wet Towel On EarthRead More Towels! In! Space!
Christopher Stoll has just entirely stolen my heart with this image: That’s Disney’s Pocahontas as Captain America, if you needed the nudge. I would absolutely read this comic/watch this movie/play this video game/drunkenly buy this lego figure on ebay. Click through below and you’ll see Mulan and Snow White, and a few others. It’s also […]Read More Princess Avengers
This is my favorite Kickstarter ever. It’s going to end in 48 hours and I need it to reach its goal. Three guys, all of whom are charmingly terrible on camera, are trying to produce six mini comics. The name Mini Comics Included refers to the old-school marketing ploy of including a mini comic in […]Read More Mini Comics Kickstarter
I can’t be the first one to make that joke. Here is Westeros recreated in obsessive detail within a game of Minecraft. Thank you, Wired.Read More Minecrack
I’m thrilled by the scientific capability. I have a problem with his answer to the final question, though. How can you argue to bring back species sent to extinction by the carelessness of humanity at the cost of other species? Isn’t that just exchanging one extinct species for another? Possibly more?Read More De-Extinction