It seems obvious when you see it… but whoever is behind the Tumblr blog Teenage Mutant Ninja Noses has made an astounding discovery. “God is the artist. I just find the Ninja Turtle in his work,” says the blogs creator. We say keep up the good work! More crime fighting noses are being added by the minute [Read more...]
Oh my god, what does it mean?! Facebook recently released their updated double news feed, designed to keep you even better connected to your gaggle of online friends. In overwhelmed celebration, motion graphic extraordinaire Jason King put together this downright amazing tribute to an internet meme. Words can’t describe the joy this brings me. [Read more...]
Did you know the US’s number one source of carbon emissions is coal? That black, sooty fuel has done more to pollute the air here and in countries like China than any other means of generating power (the latter country having a near permanent dust cloud hanging over it). This fun infographic by One Block Off The Grid, pokes fun at some fictitious and decidedly retro marketing campaigns the coal industry could use to set the record straight. [Read more...]
I’m pretty sure it’s not what the original author was going for, but this vintage childrens safety manual still has me laughing at the crazy images and captions. Each illustration features Dick and Jane type comments about kids getting into this trouble or that… some advice still fits today; others like getting locked in a refrigerator have luckily passed. If I was a kid in the 50′s, this pamflet would have been a real keeper! [Read more...]
Whether it’s the wail of Eddie Van Halen or Chuck Berry, this tongue-in-cheek look at rock and roll history hits a lot of high notes. Created by the ever strange crew at Cracked, the graphic takes the rock stereotypes of each generation since the 50′s, showing timelines for that times archetypes, subject matter, volume, thievery, profitability, competition and social impact. What was your favorite era? [Read more...]
Does anyone know where the idea for the s’more came from? How about how it got its name? Did you know that there is an official 3-step process to making them? And where DID all those parts come from, anyway? I bet you want to know. I did. Yes, It’s all here, the classic ingredients, the history, the tips on mallow roasting and fire managing, and even–yes–an explanation of the Russian Matryoshka Mallow doll technique. You too, can be a master of the mallow and czar of sweet, sticky, melty campfire crackers. REI shares its tips and tricks of this delectable, historic treat.
In a dismal, black and white world of number crunching, three rotund characters lead an angry depressing existence… until one day a mysterious splash of color changes everything and infects the land with fun and happiness. Stop motion animator, David Bell created this short animation ‘Crank Balls’ all the way back in 2007 but it has only recently been released to an online audience. We’re sure the bright film will put a smile on your face. [Read more...]
The Advice Dog is the puppy meme that first surfaced in 2006, showing a cute puppy face against a bright color wheel background, it features ridiculous sayings or instructions across the top and bottom of the picture — ex. This Isn’t Normal/But On Meth It Is or Eat 20 Big Macs/Don’t Work Out. [Read more...]