Monday, April 10, 2017

Link Round-Up: April 10, 2017

How beautiful is this painting? Don't miss the work in process paintings.

An adorable picture book from author Kim Smith entitled The X-Files: Earth Children Are Weird is available to pre-order now with shipping slated for August 29. You can check out more pics from the book on Entertainment Weekly.

Joining their mall-based brethren, it appears that there are enough abandoned “Toys R Us” stores to become a searchable topic on Flickr.

A Look at the Process Behind Ghost in the Shell's Vision of the Future

A new tourist attraction has appeared: Visit the largest 6-sided die in Lake Idaho!

New York artist Martin Wittfooth produces stunningly beautiful and detailed allegorical paintings featuring animals wandering through a post-apocalyptic world…The world humans have bequeathed these animals is choked with plastic, devastated by pollution, and illuminated by all-consuming fire. The one hope is a progression to a better more fruitful world through personal sacrifice and death. Animals snared in manmade tangles of telephone cords sprout flowers from their eyes; a dead wolf bursts with colorful blooms that nourish a hummingbird; a white horse is set on fire by deranged monkeys.

Remember that US vs. Japan giant robot duel? It's happening this August

When Pixels Collide is a brief recap of the pixel turf war played out on Reddit Place, a collaborative drawing space that allowed any user to place one pixel every few minutes. Surprisingly or not, the result was not just an awful combative mess.

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