Digital paintings for a remastered cut of zombie game The Last Of Us depict what becomes of famous places in its grim but curiously appealing postapocalypse. Above, London's long-disused Battersea Power station pressed back in action as a human redoubt. [via] Read the rest
Explore procedurally-generated dungeons, collecting loot and slaying monsters, to a beat. Time to unfurl that dance pad! [necrodancer.com] Read the rest
A British man was charged with "behavior likely to cause distress" after visiting Kingston Cemetery, where, according to prosecutor Tim Concannon, "He was throwing himself backwards, waving his arms about and going 'wooooooo'". via Read the rest
Richard Green took this shot of discount stores on an ultra-competitive high street in Barking, England. Given the greater purchasing power of a pound, one assumes prices could fall quite a ways before attaining true American "dollar store" minimalism. Read the rest
Excellent work: "The Wells Ukip branch chairman Graham Livings also quit his post, claiming that the Somerset party had been ‘infiltrated’ by ‘devotees of the occult’ based around the alternative community in Glastonbury."
Update: DUPE. Read the rest
2003 saw the end of the supersonic passenger jet age. Here's why the Anglo-French aircraft is such an inspiration to my work.
Andy Ihnatko's golden rule about photographing cosplayers: You must never do anything that makes the cosplayer wish you hadn't taken that photo.