My 14-year-old pointed me to the cool work of artist Christian Faur. I see Mark featured his crayon portrait pieces on Boing Boing in the past but not pieces using his more recent medium of soda crackers!
Prior to the midterm elections, he laser-etched all the (then-current) U.S. senators on crackers (Is the medium the message?):
“No, Mr. Stone, I’m not giving you another chance,” Judge Amy Berman Jackson said. “I have serious doubt whether you learned any lesson at all.”
He’s the guy with the half-nude woman in this photo.
The smash hit Chinese government propaganda app Xuexi Qiangguo, which translates to ‘Study to make China strong’, was developed by the technology firm Alibaba, reports Reuters today.
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