Friday, February 20, 2015

Link Round-Up: February 20, 2015

"FLCL" by Canada-based Justin Currie
Prints available for purchase from Society6.

Interview: If your idea of a fun half-hour is listening to Rian Johnson and Christopher Nolan talk about Interstellar, you are in for a treat!

3D Printing Allows for the Reproduction of Michelangelo’s Iconic Sculptures

A food stylist shares movie secrets: "Oysters are always scripted into scenes because they're very sensual, but many actors don't want to slurp those down on camera," she says. "So I tend to make a lot of fake oysters, which I make out of flan — a custard — which I then color and air brush, and I shape it. It perfectly slides out of the oyster shell."

The Museum of Online Museums is one of the best ways to spend some time online.

Noizio is an ambient sound extension for your menu bar. It’s great for drowning out distractions.

OK, let's get the Fifty Shades of Grey parodies out of the way first! Here’s a LOTR-themed one, and here’s one involving Klingons that we want to see on film.

Swiss designers Marco Müller and Alexis Reigel have created ‘Metaflop’, a fun and easy web app that lets you design your own fonts without the hassle of dealing with technical aspects like programming language and coding. In an interview with It’s Nice That, the designers said: “We are aware that it is difficult to produce subtle and refined typographical fonts (in the classical meaning)… Nevertheless we believe there is a undeniable quality in parametric font design and we try to bring it closer to the world of the designers.”

Tom Petty knows what many don’t—that appropriation and originality can’t be separated.

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