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laughingsquid:

Mortal Coil, A 3D-Printed Skull That is Coiled Like a Slinky

Cool!
Happy Valentines Day Steve. You’re the best choice I ever made.
nique:

Good morning!
Here is a picture of a baby rhino sitting on its parent’s head.

Good morning indeed!

nique:

Good morning!

Here is a picture of a baby rhino sitting on its parent’s head.

Good morning indeed!

Art, like morality, consists of drawing the line somewhere.

Colored Pencils!

fer1972:

Colored Pencil Drawings by Adolfo Fernandez Rodriguez

Paperclips!

from89:

Paperclip Sculptures by Pietro D’Angelo

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nique:

ianborthwick:

Das Quadrat - the square by Uwe Schramm

This should be every meal ever.

nique:

ianborthwick:

Das Quadrat - the square by Uwe Schramm

This should be every meal ever.

maxistentialist:

Cards Against Humanity is back in stock, and we’re releasing a limited-edition holiday pack with 30 brand new cards. We think they’re worth $5, but you can pay whatever you want, including $0 if you want to ruin Christmas.
Cards Against Humanity ($25)
The First Expansion ($10)
The Second Expansion ($10)
I’m really proud of this project, we’ve been working on it for months! Check out the video, it’s really dumb.

maxistentialist:

Cards Against Humanity is back in stock, and we’re releasing a limited-edition holiday pack with 30 brand new cards. We think they’re worth $5, but you can pay whatever you want, including $0 if you want to ruin Christmas.

I’m really proud of this project, we’ve been working on it for months! Check out the video, it’s really dumb.

artlog:

A vintage magic poster from the collection of Alan Kanter - going up for auction this week at Arader Galleries.

artlog:

A vintage magic poster from the collection of Alan Kanter - going up for auction this week at Arader Galleries.

themadeshop:

A Short Rant About Self-Referential Design
This is some nicely-designed text on a nice coffee mug, and I like coffee and also nicely-designed things, so I’ll start by admitting I see the appeal of things like this.
But also something feels somehow not good about all these new self-referential design objects I keep seeing (bookcases that spell out “read your books,” christmas ornaments in Pantone colors, flasks with semi-clever aphorisms about drinking inscribed, etc.). If I had to sum it up in one sentence, it might be: There’s probably an important difference between “liking coffee” and “liking liking coffee.”
And that difference is that “liking coffee” is a great and fine thing, but “liking liking coffee” sorta makes you seem like an insufferable sort of person who is so self-absorbed that they actually get more pleasure from the outward signification of their accumulated personal preferences than from the actual objects of pleasure themselves. Which is kind of awful, if you think about it.
Though I admit writing rants about this sort of thing is also pretty insufferable in and of itself.

themadeshop:

A Short Rant About Self-Referential Design

This is some nicely-designed text on a nice coffee mug, and I like coffee and also nicely-designed things, so I’ll start by admitting I see the appeal of things like this.

But also something feels somehow not good about all these new self-referential design objects I keep seeing (bookcases that spell out “read your books,” christmas ornaments in Pantone colors, flasks with semi-clever aphorisms about drinking inscribed, etc.). If I had to sum it up in one sentence, it might be: There’s probably an important difference between “liking coffee” and “liking liking coffee.”

And that difference is that “liking coffee” is a great and fine thing, but “liking liking coffee” sorta makes you seem like an insufferable sort of person who is so self-absorbed that they actually get more pleasure from the outward signification of their accumulated personal preferences than from the actual objects of pleasure themselves. Which is kind of awful, if you think about it.

Though I admit writing rants about this sort of thing is also pretty insufferable in and of itself.