Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Link Round-Up: May 13, 2015

The Sandman - Dream by John Gallagher

"The Sandman - Dream" by John Gallagher

News: Picasso's "Les Femmes d'Alger" sold for a record-breaking $179,365,000 Monday at a Christie's auction in New York.  I guess that makes this Picasso's Green Period.

Dinofarm Games explain why the demand for higher definition graphics have led them to abandon pixel art... over the course of a wonderfully explained, beautifully illustrated, and clearly demonstrated love letter to pixel art.

This Geeky Apartment Is A Super Mario Fan’s Dream Come True 

Here, for your amusement, are some of the best worst Mad Max rip-offs.

How Jeff VanderMeer creates the uncanny by screwing around with maps.

The “I Am Chewie” hoodie from Welovefine is a furry Star Wars-themed hooded sweatshirt that makes anyone who wears it look just like the legendary Wookiee known as Chewbacca.  Unsurprisingly, it's advertised being worn by a beautiful woman, the one demographic that would not actually  benefit from Wookiee camouflage.

Michael Moerkirk makes metal into art.

New York's Museum of Biblical Art is closing June 14th, despite large recent crowds (NYT). Often confused for a evangelical organization, perhaps because of its name, MOBIA is something unique: a secular institution that is serious about placing religious art clearly in the context of the beliefs that inspired it. David van Biema explains what we are losing.

Salvador Dali’s home lived up to his reputation!

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