Last week street artist Hottea bombed the Williamsburg Bridge pedestrian tunnel with a rainbow of thread. The piece consisted of 2,000 strands that took the artist and his assistants some 11 hours to cut and tie. The results were stunning.
See more awesome comics here.
How would we react if a black hole suddenly opened up around us and we realized that our everyday life was coming to an end?
Credits after the break.
A month after announcing that they would be introducing a new logo, Yahoo has finally delivered. What do you guys think? Thoughts? Comments? Suggestions? Concerns?
And just in case you've already forgotten what their old logo looked like:
Some sweet sweet local eye candy from the streets of Brooklyn for you today.
Bought by clients who have no idea what they're doing. Executed by agencies who don't mind wasting their client's money
Here's your time waster for the day. The Great Language Game, created by Lars Yencken, challenges you to distinguish between seventy languages based on their sound alone.
You'll need to put on your headphones for this one.
NYC representing. Kudos to everyone involved. See the full list here.
The final five winners will be revealed on September 19th.
*Originally posted on the Need/Want blog.*
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