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The World Mourns 'Chespirito' With Heartwarming Illustrations

In an outpouring of love and respect for a comedic legend and Latin American icon, fans mourned the death of Roberto Gómez Bolaños on twitter. Bolaños died of unspecified causes in Cancún on Friday. He was 85. In a matter of minutes,...Show More Summary

What Can Hong Kong And Cuba Teach Us About Economic Policy?

Submitted by Daniel Mitchell, Early this year, I shared an amusing but accurate image that showed an important difference between capitalism and socialism. And in 2012, I posted a comparison of Detroit and Hiroshima to illustrate the damage of big government. Show More Summary

Dorkly Shows Us Black Friday As Perfectly Represented In Film - The terror.

7 hours agoOdd : Geekosystem

Black Friday is great for deals - from the comfort of your couch while online shopping. Try to venture out into the world, however, and you may come to some harm - as these amazing movie edits via Dorkly illustrate perfectly. Stay safe on your bargain hunt, Mary Suevians!

Sacramento Kings' Protest of Loss to Grizzlies Denied by NBA

The NBA has officially ruled against a protest made by the Sacramento Kings following their 111-110 loss on November 13 against the Memphis Grizzlies. According to Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated, the league denied the protest in which the Kings lost on an inbounds layup from Courtney Lee as time expired. Per Marc J. Show More Summary

See No Evil December

Tuesday 2nd December See No Evil presents an evening with director Noah Harris & Brazilian illustrator Clayton Junior.

Kurt Vonnegut had a very brief tenure at Sports Illustrated

12 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

Did you know that American author Kurt Vonnegut worked at Sports Illustrated? Well he did in the 1950s – for a few hours, at least. A full excerpt from Armageddon in Retrospect (including the SI anecdote) can be read at NPR. Could you...Show More Summary

Your Next Position: Digital Analyst? Part 2: Five Attributes of a Great Digital Analyst and How to Get Hired

(Featured illustration: Hanns-Peter Nagel) Editor’s note: This post is the second of two posts that highlight careers in digital analytics. The first post introduced digital analytics careers and described five best practices for digital analysts. Show More Summary

Inkscape: Go from Beginner to Expert for Free

In the world of open source graphics tools, GIMP gets a great deal of attention, and there are many free online resources available for it, but if you're looking for a free drawing and illustration tool that can compete with Adobe Illustrator and is increasingly used by web designers for effects, logos and still graphics, give Inkscape a try. Show More Summary

Black and Blue: The All-Too-Often Toxic Relationship Between Communities of Color and Law Enforcement

Twenty-five years ago, Director Spike Lee released the film "Do the Right Thing" which illustrated with startling realism the racial tensions and uneasy relationship between police and the communities of color in Brooklyn's Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood. Show More Summary

Police Reports Illustrated: No Take Backs

14 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

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New works of Illustrator Reey Whaar

14 hours agoOdd : Off Stuff Magazine

One of the most exciting graphic designing software is Illustrator which has many special uses that it creates some really wonderful work, here one of those designers Reey Whaar who has used this software to perfection.

A.B. Frost in Illustration Magazine

A.B. Frost "The Power of the Human Eye" from Stuff and Nonsense, 1913 The new issue of Illustration Magazine has a feature on A.B. Frost (1851-1928), known for his humorous pen-and-ink illustrations and his realistic wash drawings of the American rural scene. Show More Summary

Gundam Anime Illusion Figure

Believe it or not, that’s not a painting. Gunpla hobbyist mumumuno53 painted a Gundam action figure to make it look like a retro anime illustration. The cardboard props are nice touches. Or are they cardboard?

Peter Tompa and the Penis Measuring Competition

Mine's bigger Than Yours" To further illustrate the problems with ascertaining accurate figures on heritage matters (like those behind the current hounding of Michael Danti by the antiquities trade), in reply to my question, Peter Tompa...Show More Summary

Actors and illustrators humanize missing Ayotzinapa students

For many Mexican artists, the disappearance of the 43 students from the rural school in Ayotzinapa represented an inescapable point to express solidarity and outrage for the victims of organized crime in Mexico.

Here Are Some Fantastic Starships To Make You Dream About The Future

Watching cool illustrations of starships — like these fantastic designs by Mack Sztaba — is always an exercise of painful day dreaming for me. I always get into a black hole that gets me to new worlds and vessels that I would never see — which really sucks. I wish I were there, on board this Zeus cruiser. More »      

Thanksgiving as a Kid Versus as an Adult

yesterdayOdd : Neatorama

As The Oatmeal illustrates here in this comic, some things change, and some stay the same. Check out their amusing take on Thanksgiving, the bulk of which wasn't included here because of NSFW language. But regardless, I recommend you seeing the panels entitled "The Prep," "The Dishes, "The Binge" and "The Booze."

Animated Fly Through Illustrates Spanish Landmark’s Progress in 2015

La Sagrada Familia will undergo a series of developments over the next two years, and is set to be completed by 2026

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