Monday, October 10, 2011

Link Round-Up: October 10, 2011

"Melting Tetris" by Goya117
Grafitti photographed in the back streets of Broadway.

Infographic: 7 HUGE "corn mazes" celebrating 50 years of human spaceflight

Did Dropping Acid Make Steve Jobs More Creative? Awkwardly omitted from his many obituaries, Steve Jobs said that "doing LSD was one of the two or three most important things I have done in my life." Was his experience (portrayed in this reenactment) the source of his creativity?

Levitated Mass: a 340-ton granite boulder will be transported 60 miles by freeway and set on a 456-foot cement ditch at the L.A. County Museum of Art

KernType is a game where you put your kerning skills to the test. 

M.C. Escher Meets IKEA for some impossible items you WISH you could buy. Of course, this isn't a totally new idea, in fact, even an IKEA fansite has played with the concept. (Dedicated to anyone who ever suspected the assembly instructions were written in an alternate reality) But sometimes, even without intending, a do-it-yourselfer can achieve something pretty close. And now, IKEA itself has embraced the Escher influence in one ad. IDEA by Escher is a stylistic departure, but a good example of the humor of the usually-single-panel "Rock Paper Cynic" webcomic. Here are a few other recent examples. YES!


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