Mad Quickies

Mad Quickies: Paleoart News, Handsome Bikes, Nat Geo Competition, Rotoscoped Skate Tour and More!

Welcome to the Friday Quickies. Let’s get started!

An Underground WWII bomb shelter in London has been converted into the World’s Largest Subterranean Hydroponic Farm.

Watch paleoartists sculpt the face of our newest human relative.

Attention photographers! For the first time ever, Nat Geo Traveler Wants Readers to Shoot Their Next Cover. Deadline is September 22nd.

Engineering professor Jose Luis Contreras-Vidal seeks a connection between art and science by tracking neural activity as people both make and view art. {via Surly Amy}

The new Pokémon game takes place in the real world. {via CriticalDragon1177}

If the masters of the art world designed bikes, they’d look like this. You can thank Handsome Cycles for this museum installation.

Meet paleoartist, Julius Csotonyi.

This. Just in. Burrito, unicorn and middle finger emojis are coming to your iPhone. And it’s high time they did, dammit.


A rotoscoped skateboard tour of a city.

Found at Laughing Squid.


Featured image is from the miniature calendar project by Tatsuya Tanaka.


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