To remind you of exactly how the presidential elections work in the U.S., Christoph Niemann offers this little visual primer...in M&Ms.
In honor of Movember, a mustache-growing event to raise awareness and funds for prostate and testicular cancer, "classically-trained actor and fine woodworker Nick Offerman," offers his tips for properly growing his best known feature: a serious mustache.
The search giant is mixing it's quality algorithms and sense of humor by adding a "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon" into their standard search bar.
Artist Bob Staake snagged a collection of vintage children's books, then scanned the artwork, fired up Photoshop, and gave them plenty of new, but very, very not child-friendly covers and titles.
I live on a fairly densely populated street, and they're currently twelve Wi-Fi networks available to my computer. And every one of them is either named after the hardware that emits it (2WIREXXX or NETGEAR X#%*!) or a standard, "Amy's WiFi." Which used to be okay, until I saw this humorous collection of cleverly and often passive agressively named Wi-Fi networks that neighbors are using to get their points across.
Tang Yau Hoong is a visual artist and graphic designer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, whose series "Negative Space" uses the area in between the primary objects to tell another story entirely.
There are those men who have completely incorporated the bow tie into their public persona, so much so that when they wear anything else, they look quite strange. Can you imagine Orville Redenbacher in a crew neck sweater, or James Bond in a polo shirt?
Each Wednesday, I post some of my favorite can't-miss links, images, and otherwise mindblowing goodies from across the web.
British designer Rob Rickett created this amazing retro-inspired graphic poster of popular beats created with one of the most famous, classic drum machines: the beloved 808.