For three years, grades K-2, I got away with it. At least weekly, I'd come up behind my friend Zach and whisper, "You're epidermis is showing." He'd become frazzled, and run to the bathroom. He tried to ask his parents what-in-the-world I was talking about, but he could never remember the actual Greek word once he got home. And I guess they weren't hip enough to know the joke setup.
You may have seen this incredible paper human torso with removable organs about the internet last week. It was featured on a few art blogs you may have heard of, like...all of them. See: BoingBoing, Juxtapoz, DesignBoom, NotCot, Complex, and Colossal.
But today, original story breakers My Modern Met have even more to offer: an interview with the artist and photos that show the whole thing being designed and built.
I'm okay with admitting it: I'm getting older. Not old!...but, you know, older. I sleep differently, now. The gray hairs appeared about six months ago. And mostly, I feel it in my body. I started getting sore for no reason. I feel all twisty in my lower back.
So, I realized, I needed to get stretch-y.