Alex Hartless

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Breaking: Art Student Makes Synthetic Leaf, Solves Everything

<i>Ask your doctor if Silk Leaf is right for you</i><p>Stop the Green Dream presses. Julian Melchiorri has <i>built</i> a leaf that absorbs CO2 and sunlight and …

Cost of Living

How To Nail An Interview, In 6 Simple Charts

You landed an interview. Congratulations! Now what?<p>Against all the odds, you’ve gotten an interview. A machine, an intern (or if you’re really lucky, your potential supervisor), read and did not immediately set your resume on fire or on the compost heap. The job is real and it looks like it pays …

Employment

Hilarious Coloring Book Images Corrupted from an Adult's Perspective

The world of children's coloring books is a happy place filled with smiling animals and flowers, cuddly toys, warm sunshine, and playing children. The new site Coloring Book Corruptions puts a new spin on those images, reimagining the innocent pictures as dark but hilarious scenes.<p>These “corrupted” …

Coloring Book

Installation Fills a Room Entirely with Colorful and Cute Objects

Stepping into Japanese artist Sebastian Masuda's installation <i>Colorful Rebellion – Seventh Nightmare</i> feels like stumbling into a wonderland that is simultaneously vividly bright, candy-sweet, and disorienting. This installation, which filled the Kianga Ellis Projects in Chelsea, New York earlier …

Art

30 Brilliant Test Answers From Smartass Kids

When a child’s answer to a question on a quiz or test is incorrect but clever, should they get credit for it? Here are 30 clever test answers that …

just something i do

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What Happens When An Ex-NASA Engineer Drops Paint Into Fish Tanks

Before switching to the creative life in the 1970s, artist Kim Keever worked as a thermal engineer on NASA projects. Perhaps this is why his abstract imagery has the air of a particularly thrilling science experiment.<p>Keever drops industrial paint tints into 200-gallon fish tanks, and photographs …

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