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David Pescovitz

David Pescovitz is Boing Boing's co-editor/managing partner and Medium's head of creative services. On Instagram, he's @pesco.

New Bible book starring Kanye


The Book of Yeezus reveals the true story of Genesis, replacing references to God with "Yeezus" and "Kanye."

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Wireframe models made real with wooden sticks


Artist Janusz Gr√ľnspek, based in Kleve, Germany, brings 3D line drawings of everyday objects into the physical world using dowels and glue.

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Watch: Stop-motion animated 3D-printed fingernail sculptures

Filmmaker Mizuki Kawano and manicurist Hatsuki Furutani created this delightfully strange stop-motion animation involving 3D-printed faux fingernail sculptures.

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Diagnosing Parkinson's through typing?

An MIT-led study on the effects of fatigue on how people type suggest that analyzing keystroke patterns could be useful for early diagnosis of Parkinson's and other diseases that impact motor function. Watch this video about the research.

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A real Yellow Submarine


Live beneath the waves in a yellow submarine, specifically the Y.Co Yellow Submarine VAS 255/60.

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Reduce your productivity but improve your typing with this fun game


Z-Type is an addictive Space Invaders-esque browser game where you have to type the words to destroy them. Created by Dominic Szablewski/PhobosLab.

Max Headroom, the full story


Over at The Verge, a terrific oral history of 1980s cyberpunk icon Max Headroom who started as the snarky "virtual" star of a dystopian science fiction TV movie satirizing mass media and became a music video host and soft drink pitchman.

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Gluten Free Museum


The Gluten Free Museum is a Tumblr presenting artworks of all kinds, from famous paintings to contemporary cartoons, with all references to gluten and food containing gluten removed from the images.

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Watch a fascinating deconstruction of the beach scene from Jaws

An analysis of the iconic beach scene from Steven Spielberg's "Jaws" (1975).

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Listen: deep soul cover of "Hey Jude" by The Overton Berry Trio (1970)


This stellar cover of The Beatles' "Hey Jude" is by the Overton Berry Trio, an incredible Seattle soul group whose early 1970s burners and funk can be heard on this killer double vinyl release from Light In The Attic Records, my favorite reissue label.

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Undulating jellyfish-like chandeliers


Design studio Studio Drift created "Shylights" that unfurl as they lower from the ceiling, looking more like glowing jellyfish than chandeliers

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Sinkhole reveals politicians' tunnel to bars and brothels


A sinkhole that opened Tuesday on a busy Dublin, Ireland street may be related to a "long-rumoured" underground tunnel that politicians used to sneak into brothels and houses of ill repute in the 19th century.

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Jupiter is the Death Star


As telescope technology improves, Jupiter's true nature becomes apparent.

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Watch: Death Cab for Cutie play new songs live

Death Cab for Cutie's truly stunning new album Kintsugi came out this week! Watch them play two of the tracks, "Black Sun" and "No Room in Frame," for Jimmy Kimmel Live.

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Brilliant drawings integrating everyday objects


Artist Christoph Niemann creates ingenious "mixed media" drawings that incorporate everyday objects.

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R2-D2 grows legs, C-3PO takes steroids


Artist Yamaguchi Katuhisa reveals the secret fantasies of R2-D2 and C-3PO.

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Watch: fantastic freehand drawing of iconic logos

Fine artist, typographer, and calligrapher Seb Lester recreates iconic logos by hand.