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Best Demotivational Posters: Hilarious Demotivators by Despair, Inc.

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Despair, Inc. tells us that “motivational products don’t work, but our Demotivators® products – Demotivational Posters – don’t work even better.” This company, born out of the sense of ridiculousness anyone with half a brain feels when they see an actual motivational poster, has been around, incorporated, since 1998, and has a list of designs […]

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Cartoon Medical Disorders

Cartoons, featured, Humor

We all loved cartoons growing up.  The characters were wacky, funny, and over the top.  But looking back at cartoon characters of past and present, it’s blatantly obvious that many of them have severe medical disorders that are no laughing matter. Popeye the Sailor Man – Cancer Overlooking his addiction to canned spinach and the […]

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Potholes Art by Claudia Ficca and Davide Luciano

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Claudia Ficca and Davide Luciano are Canadian artists who decided to take an ugly inconvenience – a pothole, and turn it into art.  The photoshoots took only 10 minutes from start to finish, and took place in cities like New York, Montreal, and LA.  Take a look at what they’ve done. Santa Claus Just in […]

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The Difference Between Geeks And Nerds [Infographic]

Humor

They have whole different thoughts about Star Trek. When determining which emerging technologies will persist long into the future, Geeks will argue that Star Wars invented the idea of cloud computing with the Jedi Temple Archives – a centralized network of information accessible through a particular model of Data Pad. [VIA] Business Insider

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Missed Connections Artwork by Sophie Blackall

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Are you the type of person who scours the “Missed Connections” section of your local paper or craigslist, hoping to see yourself referenced?  Or are you more the type of person who reads “missed connections” because you enjoy that peep into the corners of otherwise secret lives?  Sophie Blackall is one of the latter, and […]

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Amazing Sand Art

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This is sand, made into art.  It may not be permanent, it may not be stable, but it is amazing, and it is, well, sandy.  When you think about the time, effort, determination, and skill that goes into each of these creations, it’s hard to imagine it all crumbling back to sand again.  So don’ […]

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Simpsons Alphabet

Artwork, Cartoons

So I was already impressed by the Star Wars Alphabet that I came across some time ago, but I think the Simpsons one by graphic designer Fabian “Lishoff” Gonzales might even be better. What really amazed me was how many of the characters I was able to name without having to look them up. I’ve listed […]

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Quentin vs Coen

Artwork, Film

So back in April, the Bold Hype Gallery in New York hosted a show featuring more than 100 artists that had done pieces inspired by the films of Quentin Tarantino and the Coen Brothers. While that show is now come and gone, thanks to the magic of the internet, you can still see some of […]

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Illusion & Surrealism by Tang Yau Hoong

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Freelance artist and graphic designer Tang Yau Hoong has a pretty impressive portfolio, but I think it’s fair to say that his works on Illusion & Surrealism are my favorite. Below is a selection of his works, but you should absolutely go and check out his website and take a look at some of his […]

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Short Film: Out of Time by Seraph Films

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Seraph Films is an up-and-coming, independent film studio founded by director and producer Gene Blalock that focuses on making high quality, character-driven projects for television, film, and new media. This is their short film Out of Time that brings about memories of great Twilight Zone episodes. Give it a watch, and let us know what […]

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