Caldwell Tanner has illustrated the ultimate guide to evacuation instructions for awkward situations. Jot these simple solutions down and use them when fate prevails. Just don’t blame us for the outcomes!
We all grew up playing it, but who knew that the old school game of Tic Tac Toe could be so, err, tactical. College Humor, that’s who. They’ve created the definitive guide to how imperialist WW2 countries around the world would have tackled the perennial brain breaker.
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.
Not content with charting our roommate potential and giving us Realistic Gym Workout Diagrams, over at College Humor they’re running an ongoing series exposing the generation gap that till lingers to this day (well, in their minds anyway) between our parents and our social-media-savvy-selves. Yes, yes, we’re all very clever. Pat on the back. Now sit back and have a good laugh at the Facebook misfortune of others.
Ok, ok, so we’re all busy these days, but dammit, if we want to eat, drink, and take on everything else that’s bad for us, we got to get active. For the super busy amongst us, our friends at College Humor present this awesome series of Realistic Gym Workout Diagrams.
We’ve all been through the shared house scenario, rooming with a bunch of complete strangers and their various quirks. Some of them will turn out to be friends, some enemies, some secret lovers with bedroom benefits. To find out your roommate potential, our friends at College Humor have come up with the ultimate flow chart. Read on for the answer …
Caldwell Tanner has created the ultimate visual guide of Superheroes as Hipsters. Strange thing is that I’ve seen a few of these characters parading down Brooklyn’s Bedford Avenue recently.
I first watched the 1987 cult classic Withnail and I, starring Richard E. Grant and Paul McGann, in college, when I stayed with a friend who was studying in Oxford. While I loved the druggie/punk humor at the time, the nuances of the story escaped me. I recently watched it again, and it just blew [...]
I pretend to work is a new silkscreen print from Sussex based illustrator Andy Smith which comes in a limited edition of just 40. We think it’s pretty hot, so we’re selling it through the Lost At E Minor store.
I downloaded the second season of Weeds and watched it on a long plane ride recently. The show is very provocative. It pushes a lot of moral boundaries but does so with an absurd sense of humor. They used my song ‘Gamble Everything for Love’ in a scene where a 16-year-old boy is making a [...]
Californian photographer Aline Smithson on her work: ‘I came to photography through the back door. My father and uncle were photographers and my career was centered around it, but it wasnâ€™t until I found my uncleâ€™s twin lens Rolleiflex that I embraced photography fully as my own. Seeing the world through my own photographic vision [...]