Aaron Draplin does logo design in 15 minutes
Every week Chris Black uses his superior internet reading abilities to provide you with a list of links to things that you’re bound to find interesting
— Chris Black / @donetodeath
Sean Sheffey in Mouse
Remembering Buzzwinkle, the drunkest moose in Anchorage.
“the massive bull was standing rigid, knees locked, with his wide-set eyes fixed in an inscrutable expression. A long strand of small white lights tangled in his antlers attested to some careless twig noshing in Town Square earlier in the day. The most obvious sign of life was the cloud of vapor venting from his nostrils with every deep exhalation. He was blotto, and he knew it.”
Collected by Dave Schubert while digging through dead people’s stuff at garage sales, estate sales, and flea markets.
Literary voyager Tom Robbins talks about his process of writing novels.
Pot News for those Who Partake
Marijuana Anonymous, the rock bottom is nothing like you hear about in AA
Bong Appetit is Vice’s new weed cooking show
Everyone loves tacos. That’s just a fact of life. So it makes sense that the best place to find the largest cross-section of interesting people would be a taco spot at night. It’s with this in mind that L.A. Taco presents a unique look at Los Angeles through interviews with people waiting to get their delicious food.
With fans like this, HARDCORE WILL NEVER DIE!!!
All included in this oh-so-wordy review of the book GRAFFITI AND THE LITERARY LANDSCAPE IN ROMAN POMPEII.
During a publicity stunt aimed at delegates participating in the U.N. climate talks in Lima, idiot Greenpeace activists damaged parts of the extremely fragile patina surface of the desert surrounding the legendary Nazca lines.
When the Art Is Watching You by Ellen Gamerman
Museums are mining detailed information from visitors, raising questions about the use of Big Data in the arts
What would Warhol do? That question was the genesis for Absolut’s most recent nightlife collaboration in celebration of their new Warhol Edition bottle. By joining together Leif Elggren, an artist who works with paranormal sounds (EVP), A-Trak, and light artist Schnellebuntibilder, the premium vodka brand threw an Avante-Garde Art Party in New York City that can only be described as “one-of-a-kind” with partygoers dancing to one of the most unique soundtracks ever created. Using the sound waves originating from Warhol’s spirit as the foundation, the three artists worked simultaneously in collaboration where Schnellebuntibilder’s light installation interacted with A-Trak’s music which was mixed with Andy Warhol’s words that were picked up by Elggren’s EVP machine. On this night in the true essence of Warhol, Absolut displayed that anything is possible through creativity.
Click here to see more from the collaboration.