If there’s something that is so ephemeral you never notice things changing, it’s catalogs. People love the Sears Christmas catalogs because of the old toys – and this guy has found old inserts for Best Buy from the early 2000s. Wait, that’s over a decade ago? I feel old now. I miss my ZIP drives and pagers and fax machines.
See also, this even earlier flyer, from some other guy.
According to Redditor SquishyMcFee, this was made by a guy waiting for his car to be ready at a dealership. Talent plus boredom plus raw materials == awesome.
View it from all sides — including the interior.
Art student Jonathan Devis was told by his art teacher to “take art more seriously.” As a result, his senior art project was devoted to the Cult of the McRib.
via Reddit, and more info.
Andre Bergamin makes collages using 1950s-style imagery and advertisements, producing odd landscapes that look a bit like propaganda mixed up with Ladies’ Home Journal:
This is Ozzy the Weasel. He is tiny and ferocious.
Artist Lauren DiCioccio sews the news. She begins by enshrouding the newspaper in thin muslim, then embroiders over the photos, changing the fleeting existence of newspapers into a three-dimensional, tactile, and longer-lasting piece of art.
A perfect gift subscription to give that sullen, bitter high school student who thinks things would be so much better if we just did Communism the right way finally. Cosmarxpolitan, the hip publication for the Socialist within you. Why, yes, class warfare is hard on my complexion!
As long as we’re on a cosplay jag, here’s a cute-as-a-button steampunk Tinkerbell for your enjoyment:
This is, literally, my wife’s favorite part of Parks and Recreation this week: