From Entertain the Elk: "A love letter to video stores, horror films, and the AIDA Advertising Method that made the artwork on their VHS covers so effectively grotesque and memorable."
Fax Toy is an online museum of random things that strangers have faxed in. Simply Fax something in toll-free to 1-855-330-1239 or 1-213-294-2943. Over 360,000 faxes have been displayed since 2005. I like this Fabulous Furry Freak bothers image that someone faxed in. Here are the best-rated faxes and the most-rated faxes. If you decide… READ THE REST
In FINDING HIDE & SEEK with Hamilton Morris, we learn about a painting by Pavel Fyodorovich Tchelitchew that has gained a cult following of people who love to stare at it while taking Peyote. Tchelitchew, a Russian surrealist painter, created Hide and Seek in 1940. The painting is currently owned by MoMA. Similar to an… READ THE REST
John Hampson (1836-1923) was an artist who "painted" with an unconventional medium: bugs. Hampson's total body of work includes 11 pieces, each of which took years to complete. He spent decades catching, pinning, and gluing bugs down to create intricate patterns and images. Each of Hampson's images contains 6,300 to over 13,500 insects. Hampson even… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Has learning how to play the guitar been on your bucket list? Learning how to play guitar should be simple, fun, and accessible, but with the average guitar costing $600 — lessons not included, you might… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. With most of our daily activities happening online, no one will ever complain about having too much storage space. On the contrary, it's frustrating when you run out of storage or have… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. We're sure our parents had a wild time back in the day without modern media, and to some degree, we wish we could be a little less plugged in. But then we… READ THE REST