Wandering Ones
Wandering Ones
Science Fiction comic strip. In 2066 ad Tracker/Scouts wander a vastly depopulated Northwest, while trying to stop a military force bent on domination. picked by donteatpoop 7 months ago
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 The Pheonix Requiem
The Pheonix Requiem
A victorian era fantasy in the form of a detailed and asthetic web comic. Plenty to read. picked by donteatpoop 7 months ago
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 Ants Eating Happy Meals Is Art
Ants Eating Happy Meals Is Art
"Corpor Esurit, or we all deserve a break today" picked by suebe 7 months ago
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 Men With Genital Piercings Are Mostly Straight Middle-Class White Guys
Men With Genital Piercings Are Mostly Straight Middle-Class White Guys
Most men with genital piercings don't fit into the usual stereotype of bikers, druggies or Goths. picked by suebe 7 months ago
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 legohacker
legohacker
Creative misuse starts in preschool! Lego Hacker hacked this diminutive Republic Walker from the Star Wars universe into a Klingon battlecruiser from Star Trek. picked by Bornbad 7 months ago
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 Young me,now me
Young me,now me
I tried to post this in the images thread but I couldn't steal any of the pictures. So dig it. Years of photos that are years apart. picked by Bornbad 7 months ago
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 Calling All Penis Artists! (careful@work)
Calling All Penis Artists! (careful@work)
Paintings can be of any subject and in any style, so long as they were painted with a penis (if the artist doesn’t have a penis, the artist is free to use someone else’s). Participants are urged to exercise extreme caution when painting in order to avoid bodily injury. All paints should be patch-tested to ensure they are safe for use on sensitive areas. picked by suebe 7 months ago
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 Scribbler Too
Scribbler Too
A fun doodling tool to pass the time and get the brain working picked by BlackLiquorice 7 months ago
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 The Brainstormer
The Brainstormer
A brainstorming wheel to use when you have writer's or artist's block; just give it a spin and set the gears working! picked by BlackLiquorice 8 months ago
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 Ansel Adams photos found at garage sale worth $200 Million
Ansel Adams photos found at garage sale worth $200 Million
Two small boxes bought 10 years ago for $45 -- negotiated down from $70 -- are now estimated to be worth at least $200 million, according to a Beverly Hills art appraiser. picked by PulsisX 8 months ago
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 The Lost Art of Pencil Sharpening By Hand
The Lost Art of Pencil Sharpening By Hand
If you start a pencil-sharpening business, you can expect to hear this question a lot. The short answer? No, this is not a joke. You pay David Rees money and he sharpens your pencils. It actually happens. picked by suebe 8 months ago
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 Anthroposts
Anthroposts
A project featuring found Post-it® notes collected from the street and read by anonymous online workers. picked by suebe 8 months ago
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 Michelangelo Artfully Hid a Brain Stem in God's Throat
Michelangelo Artfully Hid a Brain Stem in God's Throat
Michelangelo's depiction of God's throat in one panel of his Sistine Chapel fresco is awkward, which is odd for an artist so devoted to the study of anatomy. Now researchers have a theory to explain why: Michelangelo embedded an image of a human brain stem in God’s throat. picked by bornbad 8 months ago
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  Yet Another Secret of Mona Lisa Revealed
Yet Another Secret of Mona Lisa Revealed
Not believing that Dan Brown has unlocked the ultimate secret of the Mona Lisa, French researchers used X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy to study the famous painting and discovered something amazing picked by bingo 8 months ago
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 Insides Insides
Insides Insides
Three-dimensional imagery constructed from MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imagery) scans of various fruits and vegetables. The movements are mesmerizing. picked by suebe 8 months ago
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 Pulsate
Pulsate
Just try it. picked by suebe 8 months ago
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 ReelRoulette
ReelRoulette
Like chatroulette, but with motion graphics designers' showreels.

Next! picked by suckersklub 8 months ago
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 The Most Entertaining Recipe I've Ever Read
The Most Entertaining Recipe I've Ever Read
"I’m the expert here; you’re the desperate schmuck who needs to surf the Internet to figure out how to put f'ing fruit into a f'ing bowl."

Too true. :D picked by cb__ 9 months ago
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 The Catcher in the Rye 'to be made into Hollywood film'
The Catcher in the Rye 'to be made into Hollywood film'
JD Salinger always insisted The Catcher in the Rye was "unactable" and refused to let Hollywood anywhere near his masterpiece. picked by Bornbad 9 months ago
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 Midtown North and South New York City Police Precincts Receive Honorary Tony Awards
Midtown North and South New York City Police Precincts Receive Honorary Tony Awards
With everything from a bomb scare in Times Square to armed thugs, the NYPD have their hands full patrolling the beat on Broadway. To thank our boys in blue, the American Theatre Wing announced that it will present an honorary Tony Award this year to the two police precincts that cover the theatre district.

No Officer Krupkes here. picked by UpgradeTech 9 months ago
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 Author offers $3k to read his novel
Author offers $3k to read his novel
Peter Riley wants to be published. The 65-year-old Canadian has written a science-fiction novel, Universes about string theory and alternate universes. He is running a contest with $3k in prize money to correctly answer questions regarding the book. He is doing this to help get the book published. picked by BernardBlack 10 months ago
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 Mark Hamill to make film version of his comic
Mark Hamill to make film version of his comic
Star Wars actor Mark Hamill is aiming to be a force to be reckoned with as a movie director - adapting his debut film from his own comic.

The comic book follows an ordinary man named Luther Drake, who saves a woman from abduction then finds himself at the centre of a media frenzy as he steps into the role of costumed crusader for justice. picked by bingo 10 months ago
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 Busy Bees Use Flower Petals For Nest Wallpaper
Busy Bees Use Flower Petals For Nest Wallpaper
Scientists recently discovered a rare, solitary type of bee that makes tiny nests by plastering together flower petals. picked by DaftGretel 10 months ago
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 Three-Year-Old Artist Goes for World Record
Three-Year-Old Artist Goes for World Record
Little Ruby Dickinson is preparing to make her mark as the world's youngest tattoo artist — aged THREE. picked by DaftGretel 11 months ago
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 Louisa May Alcott's Little Women & Werewolves 1868 Rejection Letter
Louisa May Alcott's Little Women & Werewolves 1868 Rejection Letter
Mixtures of classics and creatures have left some fans with a bitter taste, spouting complaints of re-imagining an author's life work into a book they had never intended to write – but what if they had? What if the original author would have preferred their story with a horror-spin? That's exactly what publisher Del Ray is saying about Little Women and Werewolves, set to hit bookstores May 4... read full post picked by muppet 11 months ago
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