Over the weekend, Saturday Night Live finished it's thirty-seventh season, including a heartfelt goodbye dance for Kristen Wiig.
To honor the many, many cast members from the past four decades, CableTV created what is likely the world's loooooongest infographic, featuring
Sometimes, there are just those works of art, films, books, and records that are just an embarrassment of riches, and simply contain everything you love. For me, this series of Mitch Hedberg quotes, burned into plywood with minimalist illustrations and great typography is about as good as it gets.
If you've ever agonized over the precise kerning and leading of a few stubborn letters, just be thankful that you didn't have to do it with over 160,000 3-dimensional letters that are then embedded in concrete. For most people, such a daunting endeavor would be a one-way ticket to an acute case of typography-induced psychosis...
Bon Appètit has begun a new Q&A column entitled "Back of the Napkin," in which they, apparently, talk to famous people about food. First up is comedian Aziz Ansari, the Parks and Recreation star who's standup and movie career is blowing up.
And, as it turns out, it's pretty interesting. And funny.