A response to the Buzzfeed DIY article by Joanna Borns. “New Year’s Resolutions That Are Actually Realistic”
Art: If it’s not baroque, don’t fix it. Otherwise enjoy the puns, parodies, and painting humor!
The petting zoo tells you not to punch the llamas. There’s a reason they had to put up a sign.
Whether you’re into boy bands or Krautrock, you don’t truly love a band until you’ve knit a sweater with their name on it.
Kpop artist PSY’s new music video Gangnam Style is probably the craziest thing you’ve seen in a while. With over 2 million hits in just 5 days, this song has pretty much taken over the airways in South Korea.
Or ANY generation. CAGE IS KING.
The musical hydra that is “Call Me Maybe” rears one of its many heads for the billionth time.
These are all the major ones. Do not attempt any of them unless you have professional experience with (a) sleeping and (b) being some kind of a cat. (h/t The Frogman, for sharing this image.)
Prepare to be disgusted. The newly renovated Jim Crow Museum at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI houses a collection of racist memorabilia meant to spark dialog and create awareness in regards to the history of racism and how it influences culture today. Here are the 15 most racist things we found in the museum.
Sorry, but it just isn’t happening.
Urban installations by street artist Filthy Luker. His art attacks are a huge collection of anthropomorphic objects called Street Life.
Wedding photographer Jason Lee couldn’t take his daughters to see his mother when she was diagnosed with cancer, so he came up with the idea to take these creative photographs of his daughters to post on his blog.
I don’t know whether to thank Omar Infante, or scream at him for making this happen. I’m leaning towards the latter.
Life would be SO MUCH better with these people around all the time.
Or does art imitate cats? Here are 21 pictures to help you decide.
Someone tell Google Maps.
Countless tragedies like these happen every day. These tiny memorials for bugs were photographed on the streets by Carmichael Collective.