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Senator Ted Cruz Has a Coloring Book Because WHY NOT?!


What Does 4 Months of Cleared Internet Cache Look Like in Real Life?

A big ol' pile of trash.

This Pretty, Colorful Cloud Represents Marvel’s Superheroes

Marvel Comics turns character relationships in their shared universe into a collection of ephemeral data clouds, swirling constellations representing decades of comic book fiction.

An Artist Plants Fake ‘Seinfeld’ Movie Posters from Milan to Minsk to New York

"A young girl’s strange erotic journey..."

Gaze into the Internet Mirror in ‘Error 404: File Not Found’

What would happen if suddenly, everything, was a 404 error?

Remember 5 Pointz with these Amazing Street Art Videos

For decades 5 Pointz has been a crucial stomping ground for NY street it's gone.

‘Oldboy’ Poster Designer: ‘Stop Stealing My Work!’

While Spike Lee's adaptation of the revenge thriller "Oldboy" made a paltry $2 million during its Thanksgiving release, one person who's faring decidedly worse is artist Juan Luis Garcia.

See ‘Blade Runner’ as a Watercolor Fantasy

An amateur rotoscoping masterpiece.

Happy Thanksgivukkah!

This holiday only happens every 79,000 years so best make the most of it.

‘Assassin’s Creed IV’ Glitch is Turned into Divine Art

There's something thrilling about the apocalyptic bug one YouTube user found while playing Ubisoft's open world stealth game "Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag."

Want to Look Better in Photos? Just Screw Up Your Face a Little

It's all about the squinch.

Light Painting Tool Will Allow You to Project Rainbows Like a Light-Bending Boss

Project light and images like it's nothing.

Bob Ross vs Pablo Picasso in the Epic Rap Battle You Didn’t Know You Needed

"You're the PBS version of Nickleback."

The Smithsonian Wants You to Scan and Replicate Its Collection

Have you ever strolled the halls of the Smithsonian Institute and thought, "Hey, that sculpture would look great on my bookshelf?"

Behold, GIFs in the Real World with the Giphoscope

Meet "a minimalistic, unconventional, retrofuturistic analog GIF player."

‘Uzumaki’ and the Use of Spirals to Evoke Terror

Whether it's the sudden appearance of a vortex in a lovestruck teen's head or the slowly morphing geography and architecture of the village, Ito's spiral draws you in.

Photo Series Documents Costumed Curiosities at Home

Visit the homes cosplay enthusiasts in Klaus Pilcher's "Just the Two of Us"

Marvel at Andreas Englund’s Aging Superhero Portraits

"I'm getting too old for this s**t."

A Salute to Movie and TV Title Sequence Design

"The movie inside of a movie."

Witness ‘A Brief History of Video Game Title Design’

How have the title screens of games from "Donkey Kong" through this year's "The Last of Us" changed over the decades?

Art Spiegelman’s Conflicted Relationship with ‘Maus’

“ that ‘Maus’ is in classrooms everywhere, it’s sometimes used in ways that distort it. It’s sort of Auschwitz for beginners.”

Up to $1 Billion in Art Stolen by Nazis is Recovered

What may ultimately amount to around $1 billion in stolen modernist art, was found in a German flat.

Horror Posters from Around the World: The Classics, Revisited

Our month-long series comes to an end with a look at the greats.

Artist GMUNK Shows Off His 3D Art Creation Process

"The Geo project is just kind of a personal project of exploring things that I love."