See, this is why I do this. I know people don’t like “everyone gets a trophy,” but this is one case where everyone really does. (Related: Slimy Spawn. Also NSFW? Has a shopping cart.)
A bright, sensational flash. One minute or less.
I’m glad someone saved this short-lived blog. Related: Stop Peter Bjorn and John.
A game for no players.
A few images of insanely dense blank ink mazes. (More: The Seven Year Maze.)
Papers and images related to a algorithm for generating mazes as a type of ‘non-photorealistic rendering’.
Totally decadent constant live stream, a UK office bathed in constant audio-video bombardment.
You never know what’s next and you can’t even stop and read it because you have a job to do with your mousewheel.
I would love to see this sort of thing expanded, to tell a timeline of someone’s life or as a personal journal.
A survey of photo clichés from the Instagram world.
I would also love to hear Kanye’s poem about McDonald’s read in “slam” style.
Dissolved AI patterns and progressive dolls in a room. Similar: /e/ADA387.
The music gives me so many ideas.
Julia Sonmi Heglund’s pop culture mashups. Her Instagram sketchpad is a feast.
A non-verbal tour of obscure, muted imagery through time.
‘The Found Photos Archives consist of my filtered view from thousands of images downloaded via peer to peer filesharing networks.’ I had no idea there were filesharing networks of photos. This is a pretty wild collection. I love it. (via Linkport; see also Some Photos of That Day.)
Sublime interleaving of puzzle pieces into striking scenes.
I’m still looking for a good link that shows this project—to send mail using ‘encrypted’ addresses in the form of imaginative puzzles. Lovely, puzzly, adding enjoyment to the proletariat worker—it’s all there.
This woman - a collector of articulated paper dolls - decorates cardboard mailers once used to transport microscope slides. Part of this is the nostalgia of an age when it was more common to receive microscopic things in the mail; part is the wonder of this particular blog’s chosen topics.
Upside-down and mirror image font stylings. I’m also linking this because it’s a node to other type resources and some of the author’s essays interest me.
I will NEVER forget Charlie McAlister. Oh boy his zine showed the way to zine—returning fish sticks through the post with grateful letters enclosed, hobo-styled restaraunt reviews where you just felt sad for him. He sang about falling down the stairs and cheese sandwiches like a regular person and now he’s gone. I’ll never meet you; but I’ll think of you when I’m walking in the muddy creek behind my sister’s house. We haven’t lost his zines and songs, no how. Related: Unread Records, Secret/Charlie+McAlister.
I only include this as an example of a directory with a single button. (See also: The Useless Web.)