Paying the Price for Corporate Politicians

A fundraiser to Buy Congress’ Internet Data.

 

Terrible News For The Apocalyptic Arachnophobes Out There

Spiders have the potential to eat every human on Earth in one year.

 

Spring Sprung

TIDY, a new print by POSE.

 

What Up Council

Surf bros trying to get a Paul Walker statue built.

Sunken Pleasures

The return of the conversation pit.

 

 

More Calories per Dollar

Besides being delicious, McDonald’s Double Cheeseburger is also the ‘cheapest and most nutritious food in human history.’

 

Linked Out


 
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

 

A (not unfair) critique on the merits of minimalism

The Norwegian Kids Getting Paid Thousands to Cut Tongues Out of Fish

Reciting Walt Whitman at a Drug Court in Alabama

Chuck Berry (RIP) Reviews Punk Songs by The Ramones, Sex Pistols, The Clash, Talking Heads & More (1980)

The Fixers Who Buried Old Hollywood’s Biggest Scandals

’70s post-No Wave New York City

The gig economy celebrates working yourself to death

Why can’t we replace small talk with big talk and ask each other profound questions right from the start?

How Discogs Dragged Record Collecting Into the 21st Century

The story behind The New York Times’ most famous tweet

Where Fountain Pens Are Saved and Sold

 

— Chris Black / @donetodeath
 

Friday’s Vault

Pat Channita in Plan B’s The Revolution, 1997

 

All Together Better Than Ever

New Todd James print in support of the 2017 Brooklyn Artists Ball.

 

The Sobro is So Bro

Peak internal influence exists in the living room. The Sobro is a smart coffee table featuring a refrigerated drawer, Bluetooth speakers, charging ports, and of course, LED lights.

 

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Solid Ladies

 

Paintings by Leonhard Hurzlmeier.
 

Fishing for Likes

The homogenization of the internet (and culture) through engagement.

 

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