So if you’re ever feeling upset about your favorite show being canceled or the fact that they play Christmas music way too early — just remember…
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Throughout the universe, galaxies are organized in clusters, like the distant cluster Abell 1689, shown here. Scientists have now mapped the Milky Way’s local supercluster.
Conspiraporn is primarily a place for interesting odds and ends, unique art, and news. Are there boobs? Sure. Is there actual porn? No. Occasional leaked celebrity nudes? Yes, because this is the real world, shit happens, and the theory of this website is that ya might come for the sexy stuff and stay/check back for the cool art or important news that is shared along the way. Most of what is posted here is tasteful and not too over the edge. You don’t like what this website represents, don’t visit. To the other thousands of people who visit weekly, thanks and enjoy!
Sooo, some scummy asshole hacked into a bunch of accounts and stole a ton of private, nude celeb photos, including a supposed 60 pics from that of Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence. Not complaining, but do feel a little bad for her. Hope she takes this in stride, and the dude hacking all this shit goes to jail for a long while… In the meantime, enjoy!
He puts on his boxing gloves, dips them in paint, and throws punch after punch at a blank canvas wrapped around a punching bag until it is completely covered in chaotic color patterns. “If life is ultimately a Darwinian struggle for survival, then boxing at least has the virtue of being open about it,” says the philosophical boxer. http://www.odditycentral.com/art/meet-paintboxer-the-dutch-artist-who-paints-with-his-fists.html
Psychedelic Animal Sculptures by AJ Fosik: Fosik’s feral creations take the shape of fantastic beings that communicate a subversive, anti-religious commentary through the depiction of hyperbolized fictional gods.
Indie toymaker Warpo is crowdfunding a line of 1980s-style articulated action figures of Cthulhu spawn—and other, less terrifying personages from H.P. Lovecraft’s mythos.
Hayley Campbell (who, at age seven, worked side-by-side with her father Eddie Campbell on the graphic novel classic “From Hell”) has recently published a gorgeous, authoritative book on the myriad artworks created to accompany Neil Gaiman’s many works. We proudly present several extracts from her book here. Read the rest via:BOINGBOING
Since the dawn of man, we have looked to the stars in awe and wonderment. Gazing into the heavens has inspired age-old questions like “Why am I here?”, “Are we alone?”, and “What’s it like to get sucked into a blackhole and travel at hypersonic speeds through a wormhole?”