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Can’t wait for the new season of Twin Peaks? Here are some Japanese coffee commercials David Lynch made back in the '90s to tide you over.

The Rescued Film Project

Tuesday July 26, 2016

This group of found-film collectors believes every undeveloped photo deserves to be seen – from your 1992 family reunion to the snaps of an unknown WWII solider.

Music to Fall Asleep To

Tuesday July 26, 2016

Can’t sleep? Thom Yorke has made a playlist of songs to get you ready for bed, and it’s pretty darn dreamy.

Cities Made of Bone

Monday July 25, 2016

A spine-tingling new proposal proves the old obsession with using human bones for building materials is alive and well. So to speak. 

Denis Chermin has a knack for capturing moments of incredible coincidence on film.

35,000 Feet Under the Sea

Saturday July 23, 2016

The Challenger Deep is thought to be the deepest part of the ocean – further under the surface than an upside-down Mount Everest.

The Blindfold Mowing Olympics

Friday July 22, 2016

Forget Rio: the only Olympics we care about is Detroit's Blindfolded Lawn Mowing Olympics. 

Winter needn’t be all red wine and snifters of whisky. James Smith, author of the upcoming Great Australian Beer Guide, is here with five brews to get you through the darkness.

The Packable Kayak

Wednesday July 20, 2016

Want a kayak, but don’t have the space to store it? The Pakayak, which you can pull apart and carry like a backpack, might be the portable boat you’ve been looking for.

Here are those photos of plants casually demonstrating the mathematical beauty of nature you ordered.

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