Things I found on Stumbleupon
otherworldly: optical delusions and small realities museum of arts and design, new york on now until september 18, 2011 first image miniature work by lori nix 'beauty shop' (in progress), 2010 c-print 40 x 52 inches courtesy of the artist; clampart gallery, new york 'otherworldly: optical delusions and small realities' presents a series of 37 miniature worlds, transporting visitors into surreal, hyperrealistic worlds, secretive environments, challenging one's perception of what is real and what is fabricated.
More of the best obnoxious responses to misspellings on Facebook. posted 03/01/2012 Are you someone whose day can be ruined by witnessing clumsy spelling all over the world's largest social network? Then this delightful list will let you live vicariously through the venom of others who aren't afraid to publicly challenge and humiliate sloppy wordsmiths.
Drawing Autism is an incredible collection of artwork by people diagnosed with autism, from teenage amateurs to established artists. Unlike many of the books I feature on 50 Watts, this one is in print. You should buy it .