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Black Friday

Our complex society is so fragile that a virus—spreading through cash and products sold during Black Friday—would bring it to its knees in a couple of days. That’s the premise of this impressive video by motion graphic designer Patrick Clair—the guy who created the awesome True Detective intro.

The video was created as a teaser for Tom Clancy’s The Division, a new apocalyptical multiplayer online game.

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PHOTOGRAPHY: Contrived Accidents of People Consumed by Material Goods & Daily Life

Photographer Sandro Giordoan has created a crazy photo series of people who look like they’ve just taken terrible falls, spilling all their stuff around them in a “yard sale” of sorts.

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Kate Moss by David Sims

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Kate Moss by David Sims

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"Perfect is very boring, and if you happen to have a different look, that’s a celebration of human nature, I think. If we were all symmetrical and perfect, life would be very dull." - Natalie Dormer

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Max Temkin, one of the eight creators of card game phenomenon Cards Against Humanity was the brains behind this ‘commercial’

The real draw of Pwnmeal was the Cards Against Humanity cards nestled among the dry oats inside. “I hope that [Pwnmeal] is demonstrating that we have abilities and talents and a sense of humor outside Cards Against Humanity,” Temkin says. “To me, comedy is never just comedy. If you’re laughing at something, it’s a spark of recognition. George Carlin has this great quote, he used to say something like, ‘I think when people laugh, their minds open up for a second and you can plant a new idea in there.’ You’re laughing as you’re like, I see myself in that joke. There’s something honest—that explosive shock of recognition. For someone like Carlin or a Louis CK, there’s the audacity of it coupled with the honesty of it. It’s a very powerful way to talk about ideas that are not trivial.”