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Charles Burns achieved a significant milestone as his iconic graphic novel “Black Hole” made a remarkable appearance in the film “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.”
Father Slawomir Kostrzewa believes that Lego has gone to the dark side with their line of Zombie and Monster Fighter mini-figures. Given the track record… Read More »Polish Priest Denounces Lego as Tool of Satan
Adobe Illustrator can be quite the budget buster for some folks. But fear not, my thrifty art enthusiast! Enter Autodesk Graphic, the vector design and illustration app that’s like the budget-friendly Robin Hood of the design world.
Karen Bell has managed to compile the most extensive Smurf-themed merchandise collection. Karen Bell’s extensive Smurf collection, while well-organized, begs the question of when one should stop.
Nomophobia, a term derived from “no-mobile-phone-phobia,” encompasses the apprehension and unease individuals experience when separated from their mobile devices.
The Alcatraz Spaghetti Riot of 1950 involved messages that were discreetly conveyed by manipulating the prison menu, all without the awareness of the guards and security personnel.
Bottle is a poignant animation crafted by the talented Kirsten Lepore, who delves into the intricate dynamics of a long-distance love affair, poignantly exploring its theme of futility.
This Yogi Bear parody leaves quite a disturbing impression, doesn’t it? There have probably been countless occasions when you couldn’t help but wish for Yogi to finally face the consequences of his mischievous actions.
Many New Yorkers will tell you that Dom DeMarco makes the best pizza in the world. It’s more than a pizza. It’s art. The Best Thing I Ever Done by MargaretEmily MacKenzie examines not the pizza but the man behind the pizza. Dom DeMarco is a little fraction of the mosaic that is the fabric of New York City. He relies on his senses to make pizza, he is driven by instinct. These little pieces define a people within a great cosmopolitan sea of bodies that wash up at Dom’s door to taste a piece of the past on a crust of bread.