Mister Alphabet is a figurine designed to bend into every letter of the alphabet. A rather natty dresser too.
Blade Runner recreated, shot for shot, using nothing but Microsoft Paint. I have no idea why.
Print Stuff is an independent print and publishing fair coming to York on 1 April. Fantastic lineup of exhibitors, including Mat Lazenby, Colours May Vary, Peter Byrne and a whole bunch more.
And a short train ride away, there's Leeds Print Festival, with an exhibition curated by collagists/fabulists DR.ME.
The bloody history of red.
"Rather than live on in the hearts and minds of my fellow man, I would rather live on in my apartment." – classic Paris Review interview with Woody Allen from 1995.
Paula Scher (currently everywhere) talks about her map paintings.
The newest resident of Sesame Street has orange hair and a fondness for her toy rabbit. She also has autism.
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Nick Cave narrates an animated film about the Cat Piano, the twisted 18th-century musical instrument designed to treat mental illness because of he does, he's Nick Cave.
How one misunderstanding in the 1870s created an entire sci-fi subgenre.
Famous writers’ sleep habits vs. literary productivity, visualised. Reveals a lot about how writers work and live and think. Fascinating stuff, although not as fascinating as …