Rolling Paper Mache

Tony Greenhand makes smokeable sculptures for a living.



Scientists: being lazy is a sign of high intelligence.

Round and Round We Go


Steven Harrington and National Forest with a new art t-shirt Rio De Janeiro Olympics.

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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


Jay McInerney reflects on NYC’s literary scene in the 1980s

Is Culture Borrowing Always Theft?

The uncelebrated typographers of the road

Inside the Mind of Werner Herzog, Luddite Master of the Internet

Building, 1989-1991: The Untold Story of a Lost New York City Hip Hop Club

On The Skit That “Killed” Chappelle’s Show

Nothing in the World is Getting Worse, You’re Just Feeling Nostalgic for a Time That Never Existed

Never discuss politics on Facebook, dummy

The Obsolescence of the Freestyle

The godfather of the “dad” shoe

What Ever Happened To Waterbeds?

‘Seinfeld’ 9/11 Spec Script


— Chris Black / @donetodeath

Friday’s Vault

Jaya Bonderov in Santa Cruz Skateboards’ Big Pants Small Wheels, 1992

Andrew Jeffrey Wright’s Money


A solo exhibition of photos by Andrew Jeffrey Wright opens at The Hole tonight (8/4) in NYC.

World, Class


In lieu of the Olympic Village, Team USA’s men’s and women’s basketball players are staying on a luxury cruise ship equipped with special 7-foot beds.

Walk from Australia to Alaska in 250 million years


Pangea Proxima, the next supercontinent.

A meditative visualization of Tibetan Buddhist Monks chanting

This by Malcolm Sutherland.

Corpse Flowers, Everywhere


Botanists have no clue why so many corpse flowers are blooming this year.

A size slightly less than that of the average man


Compare hands with Donald Trump.

Marcela Braga is…


Wednesday’s Muse


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