William Hamilton Page made wood type, but he really made a name for himself for his unique way of selling his blocks that made beautiful color print.
Fashion designers, and the fashion industry as a whole, have always had a healthy respect for the avant-garde, and couture houses in particular never stray far from their surreal muse when they design a new line.
As part of the celebration of Canada's 150th anniversary, the Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) Botanical Garden planted their Canada 150 Celebration Tulip Garden.
We've been told for decades the best way to treat a jellyfish sting is to have somebody pee on the site, which will somehow stop the pain and help counteract the jellyfish venom.
On May 25, 1977, forty years ago today, a new movie named Star Wars opened at 42 theaters. No one knew it would become an unstoppable juggernaut, spawning seven sequels and prequels with another opening this year, plus video games, TV shows, million of toys, and even a theme parks.
Have you seen this awesome unicorn? by Bomdesignz Seeing unicorns in your dreams, on your TV or in your favorite fantasy games and novels is fine, but as soon as you start seeing unicorns in your daily life that's when you know you've got a problem.
(Image Link) It's funny how many "raw food" fanatics out there don't actually know what their favorite natural foods look like in their raw form, and thereby would probably walk right past dates or artichokes if they were out foraging.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine, starring Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher, is a police comedy that's just finished its fourth and best season yet.
(Image Link) Not all teenagers find their parents' work totally lame and boring, some teens actually admire their parents' career choice and pay attention when their folks talk about work at the dinner table.
The latest comic from Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal explains why the old trope of tying a damsel to the railroad tracks will no longer work the way it used to.
Mac DeMarco is one of the most chill dudes in the indie music scene, and that's saying a lot considering how totally chilled out soft rock-inspired lo-fi bands can be.
Biologists Young-Hui Chang and Lena Ting had an epiphany while studying a dead flamingo. There was nothing about their anatomy that gave them the extraordinary ability to balance on one leg for hours at a time.
We could learn a lot from animals. Mainly that we are not as important as we think we are. (YouTube link) This delightful animation from The School of Life reminds us that living simply, as animals do, can go a long way toward letting go of the anxieties we carry around.
(Image credit: Katie Carey) You’d never confuse them for the Rockefellers. But you also wouldn’t have curling without ’em.
Steve Urkel was designed to be a peripheral character to the Winslow family on the sitcom Family Matters, just to provide some comic relief.
It sounds like the beginning of a joke, but there's no punch line, just a group of new friends. TigerLily is a drag performer in Beijing.
Scary Lil Giants by Prime Premne Awww, those terrifying screen stars don't look so bad when they're pint sized and smiling, and even though they're responsible for thousands of human deaths between them all they look kinda cute and cuddly this way.
Salma Hayek is the most successful Mexican actress of all time, and the Coatzacoalcos-born star has maintained a successful career in Hollywood without whitewashing her image or losing touch with her Mexican roots.
If you've been itching to see the next Star Wars movie, you'll have to wait until December. But that doesn't mean there's no Star Wars now.
When I think back on the 90s I recall all the cringeworthy things my friends and I thought were so so sick during that decade between the radical 80s and blah 00s.