Hyperallergic reports that a prankster festooned a Guggenheim Museum toilet with gold yarn, an apparent response to the 2016 gold toilet installation at the same museum (above). Via the Hyperallergic Instagram:
Renegade knitters and art scenesters alike suspect this is the work of “Polish fiber and knitwear artist, Olek.”
• Someone Yarn-Bombed aRead More
Fred Benenson (previously) just quit his job to make weird internet stuff, something he excels at: his latest is Pitch Deck, a kickstarted card game that uses a madlibs/Cards Against Humanity-style mechanism to challenge you to come up with excellent pitches for terrible startups.
$25 gets you a set. It’s a crowdfunder, soRead More
We’ve done our share of tiny-face politicians, so why not tiny-face kittehs? Sad and Useless was good enough to gather some of the best examples. • Cats with Very Tiny Faces (Sad and Useless) The Daily Show’s Chrome plugin Make Trump Tweets Eight Again uses subtle orthography to remind us about the emotional, intellectual andRead More
A brand manager at Dong Energy finally convinced them that their company name might be getting in the way of their messaging. They will be Ørsted from here out.
It’s actually a pretty cool reason as they pivot to sustainable energy. Via their site:
DONG was originally short for Danish Oil and NaturalRead More
Heather Dockray and a band of amateur queer ghost hunters rented Trump’s childhood home on Airbnb and found some creepy stuff, which of course begs the question: were they non-professionals seeking queer ghosts, or were they seeking queer non-professional ghosts? It’s not clear in the story, but there are plenty of other spooky details. ViaRead More
This genius Bizarro! comic by Dan Piraro is from a few years back.
More about Walt Disney’s mythical cryonic suspension at Snopes. “When you’re proud to admit you did it.” READ THE REST The fine young men of MegaIceTV made a live action re-enactment of the entire “Pizza Delivery” episode of SpongeBobRead More