Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Link Round-Up: August 26, 2015

Fury Road by Brett Parson

News: A 12-year-old in Taipei, Taiwan tripped and damaged a 350-year-old $1.5 million painting by Paolo Porpora on display at the Face of Leonardo: Images of a Genius exhibition. Video shows the boy stumbling over the divider in front of the painting, and stopping his fall by putting his hand on the painting, leaving a fist-sized hole.  The organizers of the event, TST Art of Discovery, have said the boy will not be charged for the repairs, which they say will focus on repairing the structure of the painting, not the paint itself.

Concept Art Reveals the Gorgeous Castle Doom nearly in Fantastic Four

The first case of Homosexual Necrophilia in the Mallard:  The IgNobel paper that inspired an Opera, The talk by the Author, A recording of the said opera, and A review of the Opera.

Meet The Man Who's Making Superheroes Out Of Indian Food. Raj Kamal Aich, an artist and photographer from New Delhi enjoys creating Indian food and non-food versions of American superheroes.

The street artist Banksy has released the official trailer for his Dismaland “bemusement park” art installation that recently opened in the resort town of Weston-super-Mare in Somerset, England. The trailer highlights several of the pieces Banksy curated from more than 50 artists from around the world that collectively provide a dark view of theme parks and commercial recreation.  The exhibition will only be open for five weeks, closing on September 27, 2015.

Taxi Fabric - connecting designers with taxi drivers – turning seat covers into canvas’ for young Indian designers to show off their design talent and storytelling skills.  
Using Spotify plays to quantify how old music has stood the test-of-time.  

WeLoveFine’s new collection of Adventure Time apparel debuted this week!

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