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Transfixing 3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours | Colossal

<p>Paris-based designer and artist Maud Vantours uses layer upon layer of cut paper to create hypnotizing patterns and textures that translate into set …

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Creative Ladies: Sarah Maria Griffin

I’m very excited to feature Sarah Maria Griffin as today’s Creative Lady! Frankly, her long list of accomplishments is pretty impressive. Take a look …

Marilyn Monroe Reads Joyce’s Ulysses at the Playground (1955)

During the 1950s, the pioneering photojournalist Eve Arnold took a series of portraits of Marilyn Monroe. The now iconic photos generally present …

What Your Favorite 'Babysitters Club' Character Says About You

One of the best things about Ann M. Martin's "The Babysitter's Club" series was feeling like you really identified with one of the girls. Maybe you liked Claudia for being an artist and always bringing her art box to her babysitting gigs (we have to admit that we copied her) or Dawn because she was …

The Best Kids' Halloween Books of 2013

It's almost time for monsters, ninjas, fairies, witches and hobos to hit the streets and start begging for candy. HuffPost Parents blogger Devon Corneal has stocked up on mini-chocolate bars and lollipops in the hopes that Halloween doesn't get postponed this year by another freak October storm. On …

11 Novels That Will Creep You the F*ck Out

Halloween! A horror writer's favorite holiday. Maybe you're thinking about the record of scary sound effects your dad used to play on the stereo before suiting up in his dashed-together mummy outfit and filling the crab-boiling pot with Hershey's Kisses and candy corn. Maybe you're remembering …

Marguerite Duras on Immortality, Life & the Art of Seeing, Illustrated

“<i>Fiction is a lie, and good fiction is the truth inside the lie,</i>” Stephen King proclaimed, and a beacon of this conviction is <b>The Lover</b> (<i>public library</i>) — a short and stirring 1984 autobiographical novel by <b>Marguerite Duras</b>, with a cover as iconic as the book itself, designed by the inimitable Louise …

Writers and Their Books: Inside Famous Authors’ Personal Libraries

As a hopeless bibliophile, an obsessive lover of bookcases, and a chronic pursuer of voyeuristic peeks inside the minds of creators, I’m utterly spellbound by <b>Unpacking My Library: Writers and Their Books</b> — a vicarious journey into the personal libraries of thirteen favorite authors, who share their …

Advice to Little Girls: Young Mark Twain’s Little-Known, Lovely 1865 Children’s Book

In the summer of 2011, I chanced upon a lovely Italian edition of a little-known, playful short story young Mark Twain had written in 1865 at age of 30, with Victorian-scrapbook-inspired artwork by celebrated Russian-born children’s book illustrator Vladimir Radunsky, mischievously encouraging …