Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Link Round-Up: November 28, 2016

Cards Against Humanity, the company that brought you a party game for horrible people and billboards mocking Donald Trump, have another holiday project for 2016. The holidays are here, and everything in America is going really well. To celebrate Black Friday, Cards Against Humanity is digging a tremendous hole in the earth. Behold: The Holiday Hole.

The Factory of Fakes: The New Yorker on How a workshop uses digital technology to craft perfect copies of imperilled art.

Going West is a short stop-motion film by Anderson M Studios for the New Zealand Book Council. Based on Maurice Gee's novel of the same name, it uses paper cut from the actual book to highlight an excerpt in stunning detail.

Japanese Bakery Features Unique Countertop Created With Millions Of LEGO Bricks

This new view of Google Earth is a love letter to cities: Google Earth in VR

Step-by-step guide to making a dumpster fire ornament for 2016

Support Good People with Your Holiday Shopping: "Every time you buy something, you vote with your wallet. As someone who has bootstrapped companies and knows just how hard it is to do it right, to fight the good fight and do things the right way, not just for the bottom-line, but actually run a business with a set of values that might make the world a tiny bit better, I know just how incredibly hard it is to make it work. Just like this election has shown, the ruthless ones, the ones that don’t care about anything other than full pockets, are the ones that usually win." - Tina Roth Eisenberg Use Lego Technic for all your rope braiding needs (SLYT)

Sci-Fi Round-Up: November 28, 2016

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Carrie Fisher Opens Up About 'star Wars,' The Gold Bikini And Her On-Set Affair
How I Became a Feminist: Matt Fraction and Christian Ward Talk ODY-C
Star Wars Meet John Knoll, the Creative Genius Behind Rogue One 2 hours


How 'Firefly' Star Ron Glass Quietly Helped Hundreds Of Kids go to College
Inside Disney World's New 'Avatar' Park
Kevin Smith Drops Out Of Buckaroo Banzai Tv Show Over Legal Kerfuffle
Michelle Yeoh Cast As Captain In New Star Trek TV Series Discovery
Microsoft Research Shows Off Mobile Holoportation
Scientist On The Verge Of Making Human Regeneration Possible
Star Wars: Episode 8 Release, Plot: Ewan Mcgregor Reprise Obi ...
Till I Collapse, My Tribute To Star Wars: A New Hope
Time Travel Possible:Science Fiction accurate, Researchers Claim?
Westworldthe Bicameral Mind Finale Needs New Trickery To Surprise ...
Westworldairdate, News &Amp; Update: Hbo To Air 90-Minute Season ...
Westworldstar Evan Rachel Wood Reveals She Was 'Raped Twice ...
Westworldstar Evan Rachel Wood: 'Why I Went Public About Being ... Zatanna, Firestorm, Blue Beetle And More Join The Fray In New Trailer

Monday, November 28, 2016

Posters: Classic Movie Posters

Limited edition prints available for sale at Gallery 1988.

Gorgeous illustrated re-imaginings of Hollywood classics by Dan Mumford, whose work we've featured many, many times in the past.

Posters: Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange Illustrated Posters by Paul Shipper

Posters: To Boldly Go

Okay, as a rule, I don't read Star Trek comics, but these covers from George Caltsoudas are giving me second throughts.  I think Caltsoudas would do well selling these as a poster series.  Alas, if you want the full set, you'll just have to settle for browsing his Behance gallery for now.

Mash-Up: Dota Characters Disney Style

Dota Characters Illustrated in Disney Style

Friday, November 25, 2016

Link Round-Up: November 25, 2016

These 20 brutalist sandcastles took my breath away. 

Brilliant mathematical doodler Vihart on ways to heal our country's divide. (Just the video) Wherein the success of Trump is examined with a unique and relatively hopeful perspective. 

Eric Standley creates complex geometric sculptures from hundreds of layers of laser cut paper. The process came about somewhat by accident.

Hey, you got your Beyoncé in my Hamilton! No, you got your Hamilton on my Beyoncé.

Machines dispensing short stories for bored French commuters

Siblings Doug Pfeffer and Rachel Pfeffer of Stichta have created Moji Lisa, a super fun service that transforms existing digital images into giant generated emoji mosaics. 

Step-by-step guide to making a dumpster fire ornament for 2016

Time magazine presents what it believes to be the 100 most influential photos of all time, from Joseph Nicéphore Niépce's 1826 View from the Window at Le Gras (the first known permanent photograph) to Nilüfer Demir's Alan Kurdi (a three-year-old refugee from Syria washed up on a Turkish shore). WARNING: Many of the images are of violence, death, loss, and their aftermath.

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