Friday, June 16, 2017

Link Round-Up: June 16, 2017

"Eleven" by Canada-based Drake Tsui
Stranger Things Fan Art

11 artists creating unexpected excellence in ceramics

How Fan Films Helped Shape The LEGO Movie

Infographic: The Surprising Evolution Of PANTONE Colors Over The Past 18 Years

Last month, electric cellist Tina Guo and composer Steve Mazzaro created a rocking metal cover of the Wonder Woman theme song, which was first introduced in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Last night, the Dallas Street Choir made their Carnegie Hall debut. The choir is made up of Dallas residents who are homeless, including some with mental illness and addiction issues. They are currently on an East Coast tour. They were joined last night by 17 New Yorkers who currently live in Manhattan shelters. Last April, they produced the music video Homeless, Not Voiceless. Over 1,200 individuals have attended at least one of their weekly rehearsals, since October 2014.

Samurai Jack papertoy for download

These Interactive Cellphone Butterflies Come to Life When You Call Them

This Millennium Falcon Violin sadly, has no strings, so you can’t play it, but you can hang it on your wall and admire it.

Tracy K. Smith has been appointed the U.S. Poet Laureate (technically, the Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress). Smith won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry for Life on Mars, "A collection of bold, skillful poems, taking readers into the universe and moving them to an authentic mix of joy and pain."

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