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Elmo Tide

The Art of Video Games

Really looking forward to this upcoming exhibition at the Smithsonian that opens March 16th.

via, Laughing Squid

“I can’t believe I burned down a tree older than Jesus.”

So apparently the 3500 year-old cypress tree ‘The Senator’ was burnt down by a lady smoking meth.


“Panic Room” by Tilt

Real cool work at Hôtel Au Vieux Panier in Marseille.

Photos by The Big Addict

UP All Night

The Monkees, Last Train to Clarksville

Davy Jones, R.I.P. (1945-2012)

Gif Magic

via, the whoa

Reminisce Over This

Wu-Tang Clan, Protect Ya Neck, 1993

Brucennial 2012

Opening tonight and billed as “The single most important art exhibition in the history of the world. Ever.”

February 29th, 6-9pm, at 159 Bleecker Street (btwn Thompson and Sullivan).

The artist list is impressive:

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Gorillaz, Andre 3000, and James Murphy.

Ikea is Making Pre-Fab Homes for The US

The aktiv is a completely furnished one bedroom home, expected to be priced at US$79,500.

Designed by ideabox

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Billy Reid’s Take on a Classic Tommy Hilfiger Trench Coat

Made as part of CFDA / Vogue Fashion Fund’s “Americans in Paris” limited trench coat collection.

Available for purchase at the Tommy Hilfiger 5th Avenue Flagship and Champs Elysees Flagship on March 3rd, as well as Tommy.com


Eating Everything on the Salad Bar at Maoz Vegetarian

Photograph: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt

Lunchtime Laughter

The Making of Will Ferrell’s Casa De Mi Padre


Alex Lukas just finished an 8-color offset lithograph that he printed with Amanda D’Amico at The Borowsky Center for Publication Arts at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. above we take a small look through the process of making the print. He had this to say:

“Over the past few years my work has included appropriated printed imagery culled from coffee table books depicting major American cites. For a while now I’ve been searching for an appropriate method to create one of these images in multiple. Offset fit the bill. This isn’t a digital print or a giclee; this isn’t a reproduction of an existing work – this process is as close to the method I use to create one-of-a-kind works as it gets.”

Untitled Eight-Color Offset Lithograph

17.25″ x 24″, hand torn on left edge.
Signed and numbered edition of 100 on 100lb text weight paper.
Printed by Amanda D’Amico at The Borowsky Center for Publication Arts, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

Available here

Some Guy Tried to Rob Another of his all-access TED staff badge

Also, are we running out new things to say? Of course we are.

image: A Typographic Visualization of Every TED Talk, Ever

America is Graphically F*cked

Strong language fills this wise rant


Gawker puts together a guide to give you insight.

Morning Dose of A Dolphin Stampede


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Jennifer Massaux is…

Wednesday’s Muse

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