Via Public Domain Review: "The Open Country of Woman's Heart, Exhibiting its internal communications, and the facilities and dangers to Travellers therein" (1830s), by D.W. Kellog.
Redditor ForeverMozart posted a wonderful collection of 1980s computer book covers. I hope they inspire a slew of Vaporwave cassette J-cards. READ THE REST
In Niigata, Japan, artists create astounding creatures from rice straw, a byproduct of rice production. Called Wara Art, the sculptures are created in a collaboration between Niigata City residents and students from Musashino Art University. The Wara Art Festival is taking place right now through October 31 in the city's Uwasekigata Park. Images from prior… READ THE REST
Watch horror artist Jordan Persegati reveal the demons lurking inside this $2 Disney "Frozen" coloring book. His wonderful line work brings out Olaf's true evil. Do you want to be a snowmonster? READ THE REST
Every coffee lover knows that nothing beats a freshly brewed pot of joe. It's the drink millions of Americans have settled on as their pick-me-up of choice for their morning, mid-day, and even at night. No matter when you like to enjoy your brew, you should never have to compromise on coffee quality. You won't… READ THE REST
As the summer fades, it's become painfully clear that we spent less time doing the things we love and more time burning the candle at both ends at the office, having severe anxiety over all things COVID, and just generally wasting time. If you missed out on summer, including a few extra rounds of golf,… READ THE REST
Got a stroke of genius and nowhere to make your mark? Sounds like you could use some help in the art department. You could go back to art school and get in-person lessons, but people are full of germs these days, and it's still a safe bet to just stay home. Try the Watercolor Painting… READ THE REST