A Tumblr of imagined ‘shitty’ first drafts of famous brand slogans and other stuff.
Here are some word endings that have become productive to varying degrees. At the link.
Every recipe in the world. The most powerful way to search the best recipes on the web. Search by ingredient, diet, allergy, nutrition, taste, calories, fat, price, cuisine, time, course and source.
Really great, detailed piece on the visual effects behind Gravity.
A photo series of owners wearing elaborate costumes in their homes.
Watch an enthusiastic hotel guest take full advantage of the complimentary breakfast :)
The soundtrack to Joel and Ethan Coen’s new film reflects New York’s diverse early-’60s folk scene.
Go to the link and how many have you conquered.
What a search for one of the US’s most-wanted Afghan financiers can tell us about life after war in Afghanistan.
… in the 1800s.
Read at the link.
Better than some of their writing.
The world’s best photojournalists describe the horrors behind the headlines.
A GIF artist created animated versions of Banksy’s NYC work, the results are outstanding.
More at the link.
A site full of made up words. They look nice and feel great.
Read online original hand-written versions of all of the known manuscripts of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
One mayor’s quest to make his town into an artistic tribute to metal.
Here are some artists to watch.
A series of posters of music band names coded in graphics.
A new, meaningless diagram drawn daily, just because.
Most cities have monuments to the past, so it seems appropriate, given the bloody history of Iraqi Kurdistan, that Sulaymaniyah’s main tourist attraction is a torture museum.
With a violent poltergeist, known to harm late-night visitors, and a history of stolen bodies, itâs no wonder Greyfriars Kirkyard is one of the most haunted cemeteries in the world.
The map at the link shows which countries are growing fastest and which are shrinking.
Aristotle first noticed that hot water freezes faster than cold but no one could explain the paradox. Until now.
You’re never going to look at sweeping the same way again.
Researchers at an MIT lab have devised a way to determine how well straphangers can comprehend a subway map in a single glance.
A collection of propaganda-heavy Soviet board games: from Sea War to War of Tanks to the disturbing Chemical War.
A series of an asian tradition, where monkeys are dressed like humans to ask bypassers for money.
An interactive map that shows where more than 200 of the top-rated horror films took place. At the link.
Hop to the link.