Showing posts from December, 2018

Winter’s Magic

This Artist Sees Colours in Music and Paints Your Favorite Songs

Vignettes of a salesman...last of his kind

Tweet Of The Day

Vintage East End London in glorious colour

Tweet Of The Day

Music For Sunday Morning

Sunday Links

Tweet Of The Day

Awesome Forklift Trick

Noodle School

Octopus Cut From a Single Piece of Paper

If Fruit Could Move?

Slow Seeing

Anatomy of New Year’s

A hairdresser created a substance that could withstand 75 nuclear blasts

The Math of the Birthday Paradox

Plague Fortress

Dear Renzo

Abandoned Border Checkpoints

Zero Waste Daniel

Photographer Uses A Paper Tube And A Shower Curtain As Light Painting Tools

Hypnotic Stroboscopic Ornaments

RK Captures The Beauty of East Asia

The Hockey Sweater

Tweet Of The Day

Every Product Made by the Fictional ACME Corporation

Happy St. Stephen's Day

Leonard Cohen's first-ever musical TV performance! May 23, 1966

Ullasa ratham, the wedding chariots of India


Satisfying Marble Sorting

You Don't Know These Christmas Songs As Well As You Thought You Did

Tweet Of The Day

Noel Nouvelet

No hope for punk

Mercers’ Maidens

Drawn & Recorded: Teen Spirit

Tweet Of The Day

Music For Sunday Morning

Sunday Links

Booby Traps

Hi! My Name Is...

At Home With Amy Sedaris

Black Sheep

On This Day

A Damaged Painting Is Restored To Its Original Radiance

O Tannenbaum: When Chemical Element Christmas Trees Were All The Rage

Macramé Periodic Table of Elements

Gift of the Magi

Hollywood's Heyday Preserved In Miniature

Animal Paper Lamps

Tweet Of The Day

Black Powder


My Own Superhero

The Bathtub

How to draw a reindeer. You're welcome

If Humans Were Christmas Trees

Adam Sandler Remembers Chris Farley

Tweet Of The Day

Hedgehog’s Home

A 40-Year Life of Painting Boards

Damn! The camouflage didn't work.

When Asbestos Was Marketed As Christmas Decor

How to Build an Igloo

DIY Christmas Ornaments

The Most Feared Song In Jazz

The 12 Days of Christmas - A Tale of Avian Misery

Paint Mixing Compilation

London Skyline Might Have Been Dominated By A Humongous Building That Looked Like A Nuclear Submarine