Friday’s Vault

Rick Howard in Blockhead’s Splendid Eye Torture (1989)

Spare Rib

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A nicely-designed 1970’s publication that debated the “chamber of feminism in the UK.”

Future TUSK

The Walrus. Written, directed, and photographed by Luke Randall.

Fear the 100 decibel Tamper siren

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Billed as the “world’s first auto-unlocking smart bike lock,” LINKA is also the smartest bike lock on the market.

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The Wide World of Weed

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Pot News for Those Who Partake

 

Cozying up in the 420 Suite: Weed-friendly lodging is on the rise

High THC: Charting this year’s strongest strains of pot

Trading burgers for dabs at the drive-thru will get you fired

Obvious: How to Be High in Public

Like a bottle opener with a drunk driving message, Weed Advisor Rolling papers urge you not to smoke and drive

How Jamaica got Irie: The History of Cannabis on the island

The high-low challenge comes to the coffee machine in a K-Cup

What Are We Smoking?

Red-Eyed Reads… The Ganja Godfather: The Untold Story of NYC’s Weed Kingpin
 

Here Comes the TransAmerican Robotic Highway

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Well, maybe. With Daimler testing self-driving trucks on the highway in the US this month, officials in the midwest are putting together plans for an “autonomous vehicle corridor” that would run north to south from Canada to Mexico through North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Emory Douglas: The Art of The Black Panthers

Picasso Bongs

by Guy Overfelt

When You’re Picking Up a Hoe in Zero Gravity

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The Space Gardener Tee by Sassafras

Art Across The Globe

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From Copenhagen to California, here are some notable shows opening up in the art world this week.

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“I Never Really Wanted to Be A Star”

Joni Mitchell, Good Time Charlie and ordinary famous person.

Give a Kid a Camera and Watch What They Create

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Our friend Snejina Latev is raising money to buy cameras and equipment for young artisans working in Oaxaca, Mexico. By giving them access to technology that they would not normally be able to afford, and teaching the young artisans basic internet skills, Snejina ultimately hopes that they’ll be able to showcase their crafts and grow their businesses on a global scale.

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