Paper Skull

Internetians overused the terms “mind-blowing” and “amazing.” Here’s an opportunity to use those two words without compromising their integrity. Courtesy of Li Hongbo

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Exquisite, Foot-Trampled Snow Art

  via Colossal Since 2004 England-based Simon Beck has strapped on a pair of snowshoes and lumbered out into the the freshly fallen snow at the Les Arcs ski resort in France to trample out his distinctly geometric patterns, footprint by footprint. Each work takes the 54-year-old artist anywhere between 6 hours and two days to complete, […]

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The Ancients Knew How to Roll

Special thanks to Dan Sutter (who couldn’t post the article himself,) for the incontrovertible proof that the Ancients had table-top role-playing games…right after my silly sketch: “You enter the Academy of the future. Books are everywhere, but there are these, things, that are like uh-hundred books, even though they’re the size of one, and you […]

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Good Job, America!

This election cycle has done so much for my view of American voters. Can we all just take a day and toast ourselves? Here’s to being a better, fairer, more inclusive, more diverse, more amazing nation. Cheers. (Forgive my drippy sentimentality. There’s plenty of time to be cynical and depressed about this stuff later, and […]

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