Dr. Seuss, also known as Theodore Geisel, worked as the the chief editorial cartoonist for the left-leaning New York magazine PM from 1940 to 1942.
In other news: Some of us never left 5th grade.
It’s an explosion of spiky hair and skateboards in here.
Dr. Seuss wrote in the preface to ‘Fox in Socks’, “Take it slowly, this book is dangerous”. Clearly this girl likes to live dangerously. Watch Video ›
“From the granddaddy of rhythm and rhyme, the first to get ass off of assonance…” In honor of Dr. Seuss’ 106th birthday, here’s a rap video that re-imagines a Dr. Seussian world with mad bitches, flashy Priuses, and auto-tune. Watch Video ›
Check out those shoes! View Image ›
Graphic artist Ryan Dunlavey created these spectacular mashups, that I like here and I like there and I like them everywhere. View Image ›
Who needs a tuxedo cat when you get kitty all dapper in his own tie, courtesy of Etsy merchant natorious? Take note, friend. Nobody wears those hats anymore except for fat tourists. (via Paw Nation) View Image ›