After a few months, you start to agree that maybe there is a stage of contemplation more in-depth and enlightening than standing in front of an open fridge at 5am eating cold pizza.
We spoke to the author about his new novel, Here I Am, and becoming an internet joke.
Jonathan Anderson and Edwin Low spent three years documenting athletes behind the scenes. Via Athletes.
Artist David Orr uses mirrors to find symmetry in the macabre. Via Perfect Vessels.
Arne Svenson's Unspeaking Likeness collects the forensic facial reconstructions of men, women, and children who lost their identities when they died.
Joanna Ebenstein's book The Anatomical Venus explores the history of a beautiful, and dissectible, form of wax model used to teach anatomy in the 18th century. Warning: graphic images.
The former heavyweight champion spends his days tweeting about fights, potatoes, and Muhammad Ali.
Former British champion Nick Blackwell has quit boxing after a heavy loss. But fighters often don’t know how to quit. Sometimes, they just can’t.
From the exhibition The Champ: My Year with Muhammad Ali by Michael Gaffney, at Proud Camden.
Patrick Sinkel's photographs have been shortlisted for a Sony World Photography Award.
After a dispute between its creators, the Doves Type was left to lie in the Thames. A century later, it has finally resurfaced. This is the story of its rescue.
After years of blood and sweat, it’s a fight he’s starting to win.
The director of Heat, Collateral, and Manhunter turns 73 next week. Here is some of his most memorable work.
"What I discovered was that getting help didn’t make me less creative."
"Everyone here is kind of depressed. I’m just lucky enough to be able to talk to people and get on stage and masturbate about it.”
No family gathers as completely as they do when someone dies, but by then they’re no longer complete.
See the original drafts of American Gods, Stardust, and The Graveyard Book, via The Art of Neil Gaiman.