The Kinkade Family Foundation turned up this Thomas Kincade unseen masterpiece "Untitled (Toilet Paper)," c. 1978, oil on canvas, 8" x 10, and have issued it as a puzzle and print. The proceeds benefit the New Art Dealers Alliance's (NADA) fund to support galleries impacted by COVID-19.
This webcam, housed in an animatronic sculpture of a grossly disembodied human eye, was created by Marc Teyssier, Marion Koelle, Paul Strohmeier, Bruno Fruchard and Jürgen Steimle. [Human Computer Interaction Lab via The Verge] They call it the Eyecam and I lovehate it. Webcams that are in front of us, looking at us, constantly. What… READ THE REST
Ontario, Canada police busted a motorcyclist after noticing the curious license plate above. "Life free or die," when spelled correctly, is the motto of the US state of New Hampshire and appears on license plates issued there. I find it far superior to the plate below that was confiscated in the same area two weeks… READ THE REST
For two decades, Boing Boing pal Dustin "UPSO" Hostetler has published the print 'zine Faesthetic, a fantastic wunderkammer of art, illustration, and design with contributions from the likes of Shepard Fairey, Tim Biskup, Jemma Hostetler (née Gura), MARS-1, and Tiffany Bozik. To celebrate the 'zines 20th anniversary and the end of a deeply challenging year… READ THE REST
There's a silent killer that might be even more insidious than diseases, viruses, and other health conditions. It contributes to all of those more headline-grabbing ravagers, not to mention hundreds more. In fact, the American Psychological Association says it's directly linked to all six of the leading causes of death. It plays its part, yet… READ THE REST
It's among the most popular digital file formats in the world. In fact, its creator Adobe figures there are now over 2.5 trillion PDF documents floating around out there. And at times, it's probably felt like you've had to deal with every single one of them. Make no mistake. PDFs are so common because they're… READ THE REST
Maybe you're moving into a new place and you're ready to start making more than microwave burritos and frozen pizzas for dinner. Or perhaps you know someone striking out on their own and starting up their own first kitchen. In either case, that budding chef needs a quality blade. Or more accurately, they need a… READ THE REST