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Illustrated Web Browsers

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By Zolton in New Trends on Friday 2 April 2010

This very clever cartoon representing the different web browsers as varying forms of transportation was done by Caldwell Tanner, a cartoonist for College Humor.

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Everyday objects turn into Stacks by Clemens Kois

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By Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Friday 21 March 2014

And you thought balancing that pen on your nose was a talent! Photographer Clemens Kois is behind this fun photo series of stacked objects that sees all sorts of things getting piled high for a photo. ‘Each image in his ongoing Stacks series always begins with a few such things he’s harvested from somewhere in […]

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8 Punctuation Marks that we desperately need

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By Cyrus Daruwala in New Design on Saturday 16 March 2013

Language is constantly advancing but this would be nothing short of hyper-evolution. Our favourite is the Morgan Freemark, whose usage denotes that the text should be read out in Morgan Freeman’s voice. The best way to add gravitas to any statement.

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Famous photos turned into self-portraits

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By Tristan Rayner in New Photography on Friday 7 December 2012

With selfies, Instagram and duckfaces showing no signs of relenting, The Capes Times newspaper in South Africa took a different approach to telling their readers how they get their stories straight from the horse’s mouth via a first-hand accounts. These cleverly photoshopped famous images are part of a striking new marketing campaign for the paper – even if the arms look a little long.

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Online game where you upload your own hand-drawn characters

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By Hemmingbirds in Tech on Thursday 29 November 2012

Grafighters is a groundbreaking new game that enables players to upload their own hand-drawn characters, customize their fighting style, and watch them come to life in epic battles. It’s the kind of game everyone plays in their imagination as kids, but some grown up college kids in Syracuse, New York, figured out how to make […]

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John Dies at the End: premiered at the Sundance Festival

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By Celeste Chen in New Film on Tuesday 7 February 2012

John Dies at the End, affectionately known by its creator and fans as JDATE, may have started as a free series of chapters about two college drop-outs experimenting with drugs, but it eventually became such a cult hit that it culminated in a film adaptation that premiered in this year’s Sundance Festival. The appeal? A […]

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Gary Musgrave

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By Ken Tanaka in New Illustration on Tuesday 7 June 2011

Gary Musgrave is a recent graduate from Art Center College of Design, and is quickly gaining fame as an illustrator and printmaker. He just did a great cover of Harper’s magazine. Musgrave is a DIY purist, and usually burns his silkscreens in the sun instead of under a lamp. His work has a kind of […]

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Epic Facebook fails

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By Casper Johansson in Cool Websites on Tuesday 22 March 2011

Ah, Facebook, ubiquitous, social, damn hilarious. These epic Facebook Fails are almost worth the time we all waste everyday reading the mundane updates from the masses.

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Star Wars PSAs

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By Zolton in New Design on Monday 21 March 2011

Good to see these Star Wars poster designs by our friends at College Humour putting those furry George Lucas creatures to good use. Yes, we agree, may be farce be with them. And us.

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Why Darth Vader really killed Obi-Wan

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By Zolton in New Trends on Saturday 22 January 2011

While this iconic scene will long live in the minds of any 30-something who grew up enthralled with George Lucas’ wicked imagination, it seems only Caldwell Tanner knows the even darker truth behind the swipe. May the force be with him? Yes, it may. Now read on for the real story.

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Clever New Ways To Tie A Tie

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By Zolton in New Fashion on Friday 14 January 2011

The imitable Caldwell Tanner has done it again: this time crafting the ultimate guide to tying ties, in ways that none of us ever thought possible.

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Less Popular Novels by Stieg Larsson

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By Zolton in New Trends on Wednesday 8 December 2010

Our friends at College Humour have taken a decidedly literary tack with their latest spoof on newly minted classic book titles. We can’t wait for the next installment: The Girl Who Mistook Herself For a Hat.

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Useful iPhone apps that someone should build

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By Zolton in New Trends on Wednesday 10 November 2010

So we’ve downloaded the New York Times, Yammer, Hootsuite, Skype, and the Lost At E Minor iPhone apps. What’s next? Oh, right, one of these apps would be handy. Memo developers: get cracking!

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A Day In The Life of an Internet Commenter

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By Zolton in New Trends on Monday 18 October 2010

This clever diagram gives a revealing window into the everyday life of an obsessive online commenter. Some people have too much time on their hands, and too many hands in their … well, we’ll leave that to your discretion.

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Sex Dice for Specific Scenarios

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By Zolton in Cool Websites on Friday 8 October 2010

Our friends over at College Humour have worked with illustrator Jesse E to create a series of unfolded sex dice, which seem to cover most, err, potential situations.

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