Cool Stuff!

I Just Wanted to Remind you of Neil Hamburger’s Existence

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Check out the other videos at the end of this one. All his stuff is worth watching. To me, at least. Particularly the “Tim & Eric Poolside Chats” video.

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Custom Posters for Sale

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Being from boring Corpus Christi I spent a great deal of my late teens and early twenties dragging my ass up to Austin in search of a good time and a little trouble. There’s a great film house chain there where you can drink and watch flicks. I used to go to it all the time. Now I guess they do tours of cool movies all over the country, but more importantly, they’re selling their custom made print posters.

These are absolutely gorgeous.

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And, because I’m a pretentious prick… my personal favorite…

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Support these cats! Shop here!

Also, if you’re totally down with the whole custom movie poster scene, check out the work that’s been going on in Poland for the last several decades here and here.

The Lost Nintendo Sex Ed. Tape

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Ladies and Gentleman, I give you 1980’s sex education from Nintendo.

Go Condom Boots!

Artist of the Week – Tomer Hanuka!

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Check him out here!

Plaster Cast of an Ant Mound.

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This is a plaster cast of a large Pogonomyrmex badius nest (ant mound). This nest consisted of 135 chambers and 12 meters of vertical shafts. The top-heavy distribution of chamber area and spacing is typical for the species, as are the helical shafts and the decrease of chamber size with depth.

This is an amazing link!