The best of both worlds coming together.
In the summer of 2016 Parallel studios made Unsatisfying, a most dissapointing film. They thought it’d be great to see more disappointing situations, so they ask the world to join them. Submit here.
Google launched Noto, a font that works in every language. And as is custom to google, they don’t half-ass it. It contains literally every language or script out there. From Cherokee to Avestan or Glagolitic. Download Noto here.
A new short by Pixar.
What humans would look like had we evolved to survive car crashes. More here.
This is both awesome as my worst nightmare. I would probably projectile vomit the entire way and yet I find it amazingly awesome that someone took the time to try this out. Thank you The Verge.
To me this is one of the best representations of what techno looks like. Last month Alex Trilb brought music alive through visual violence, quite literally. Watch it. Then watch it again. Without puking.
Nick Offerman drinking a fine glass of Lagavulin. For 45 minutes. In silence.
Someone, somewhere made the tool of tools. An exporter that transforms DEEZER & RDIO to Spotify. Here. Via.
All the favourite C64 tunes neatly arranged and mixed into a 640 minutes mix. More here.