Cloud Atlas: The ‘Unfilmable’ Genre-Bending Movie Gets An Extended Trailer

Six seemingly disparate and massive storylines weave their way together in David Mitchell’s hydra-like epic novel Cloud Atlas. The 2004 book is surprisingly well thought out and has been praised for its readability through its complexity. Each of the six narratives contains real and valuable characters with meaningful stories. While the text spans from the […]

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Watch: Painter Bob Ross Remixed: “Happy Little Clouds”

A month back we saw PBS turn to mashup master John “Melodysheep” Boswell of Symphony of Science to remix the late, great Mr. Rogers. The result was spectacular. And now PBS has continued the tributes to their late stars, this time around with an uplifting video with clips from Bob Ross’s The Joy of Painting. […]

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The Science, History, and Statistics Behind Beards

Calling all men of full facial furriness: the geniuses at OnlinePHD.org have created an infographic that aims to educate and inspire the bearded masses by providing some historical and scientific perspective for their face manes.

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Kitty Cat Kanye and Other ‘Anthropomorphic Freaks’

“I sit at the kitchen table and paint anthropomorphic freaks,” reads Jessie Bowie’s bio on crafting site Etsy. Her work on the site covers a range of watercolors depicting celebrities with mismatched bodies—cats, birds, dinosaurs, unicorns, etc. It makes for a portfolio as delightful in practice as in theory. Her creatures include: Kanye West and […]

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Listen: New Crystal Castles Track

It’s that time again for lo-fi electro-noise group Crystal Castles. After releasing critically acclaimed albums in 2008 and 2010—both named Crystal Castles—the band is back to releasing new tracks. While no official announcements have been made, an interview the band had with NME in winter 2012 mentioned plans to record and release a new album […]

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Just Above The Horizon, “A View from the ISS at Night”

Put the best of mankind in space and they will make art. Or, at least, that seems to be the case on the International Space Station. The astronauts and cosmonauts aboard can’t help but record their magnificent trajectory suspended between earth and cosmos. Knate Myers, a astronomy and time-lapse photographer from Albuquerque, New Mexico, compiled […]

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Celebrities Photoshopped As “Real People”

Graphic arts wizard Danny Evan has produced images that show what celebrities could look like if they were regular people with outdated style, overweight bodies, and bad hair.

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PT Anderson’s The Master Gets an Official Trailer

Resisting the temptation to pun, the first few teaser trailers for Paul Thomas Anderson’s upcoming film The Master look exquisite. So far it has been shrouded in mystery, but the first full-length trailer sheds some light on the plot of the sure-to-be epic film. The trailer, once more scored by Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood, eerily covers […]

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Watch: Massive Virtual Instrument Drops the Bass Like Never Before

Dubstep enthusiasts have a new god. The V Motion Project, designed for Frucor, is a machine that turns movement into music–and not in a elementary or experimental way; it produces real sound and fantastic visuals. The system is controlled by a music performer who stands in front of two Microsoft Kinect cameras and controls a […]

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Taking on the Magic Kingdom: U.S. Marine Sergeant Plans Theoretical Siege on Cinderella’s Castle

“What are the optimal siege tactics for taking Magic Kingdom’s Cinderella Castle?” reads a topic headline on popular question and answer site Quora. It continues, “Cinderella’s Castle is the the worldwide-recognized icon of the Disney empire…. Assuming it were an actual fortress, how would you take it?” A trivial question to some, but one worth […]

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