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Some People by ~MumblingIdiot on deviantART

Some People by ~MumblingIdiot on deviantART
You can now buy this as a four page printed comic with bonus making-of images and a wrap-around cover. See previews here [link] or buy it from my shop here [link] My entry for the Guardian graphic short story competition.It's basically a bunch of microstories documenting changes in people and personalities over time and the fickleness of first impressions. Thank you everyone for all the great comments, I really appreciate it. NOTE: If you share this around or post it somewhere else, please make sure you link back to this page or it's page on my blog, here [link] Thanks!

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Self-portraits done to a different drug every day Follow Bob on Tapiture Artist Bryan Lewis Saunders conducted a bizarre experiment. For several weeks, he took a different drug every day and made a portrait of himself under the influence. Mind you, we don’t support using drugs here at theCHIVE (except alcohol, of course, let’s not be crazy) but this is just too interesting of a story to pass up. Ambien

15 Cool and Unusual Rings Unusual and creative rings that will spice up anyone’s jewelry collection. Inner Message Ring Ring with letters on the inside that leave a message on the finger. [link] Crayon Rings Jenny vs. Spencer JENNY vs. SPENCER: SPENCER RESPONDS! I'm sure that everyone has seen Jenny quitting via dry-erase board, but now Jenny's mysterious boss has responded the same way. The History of Circumcision W.D. DUNSMUIR and E.M. GORDONDepartment of Urology, St George's Hospital NHS Trust, Tooting, London, UK Introduction Despite an estimated one-sixth of the world's men having been circumcised [1,2], it has long been forgotten where or why this most intriguing operation began. The procedure has been performed for religious, cultural and medical reasons, although the last has only become fashionable since the rise of modern surgery in the 19th century.

Timeline For History of Art: List of Dates: Visual Arts Movements, Styles, Schools, Artists: 2,500,000 BCE-Present -------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Age of Postmodernist Art -------------------------------------------------------------------------- From roughly this point onwards, Modern Art (c.1860-1970) or 'Modernism' becomes superceded by what art-historians like to call 'Post-Modernism'. In a nutshell, Modernism (ie. the main movements which emerged during the period 1860-mid 1960s) asserted the supremacy of a particular style or interpretation of reality, normally considerably at odds with the prevailing academic tradition. In contrast, contemporary art movements take the view that the 'substance' of Modernism has performed no better, and must be dumped in favour of greater style. Post-modernism thus represents the triumph of style over substance.

Mads Peitersen Gadget Anatomy Here is what is inside of your Play Station, X-box, iPhone and camera. Artist Mads Peitersen from Denmark imagined the innards of the iPhone 4 as if it were made from organic matters, not cold-hearted chips and boards. Chek him at DeviantArt Enjoy The Gallery Leave a Reply Dog Intelligence Test Has anyone seen a white coat hanger? I seemed to have lost it. Stanley Coren ranked dog breeds by intelligence in his book The Intelligence of Dogs based on surveys done of dog trainers, the article for which contains a summary of the rankings obtained. According to Coren, there are three types of dog intelligence. They are: Adaptive Intelligence (learning and problem-solving ability). The 6 Crappiest Interview Questions All artwork and content on this site is Copyright © 2015 Matthew Inman. Please don't steal. TheOatmeal.com was lovingly built using CakePHP All artwork and content on this site is Copyright © 2015 Matthew Inman.

Giant sunfish washed up on Overstrand beach in Norfolk 10 December 2012Last updated at 06:45 ET The giant sunfish washed up on a beach at Overstrand in Norfolk on Sunday morning A giant fish rarely seen in the North Sea has washed up on a Norfolk beach. The sunfish, which can grow to weigh up to 2,200 lbs (1,000kg) according to the British Marine Life Study Society, was found dead at Overstrand on Sunday morning. The fish cannot easily tolerate water temperatures below 12C (54F) and the North Sea in winter is much colder. It swims on its side on the surface to gain heat from the sun, which is how it got its English name.

Creative Design Art Photos and Artworks This awesome Creative Design is masterpiece from Walter Mason from Berlin who creates a delightful pictures of the installation and materials of nature. Harmoniously combining together the leaves and bark of trees, water drops, rocks and so on, it gets paintings and prints in their native environment. His art he calls the Land Art.The author was born in British East Sussex, but the last 10 years is living in Germany.

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