Ever looked out an airplane window and wondered what crazy stuff you were flying over? Now there is, as they say, an app for that.
Fishing 101: don’t forget your helmet and cigarettes.
A top designer gives us a peek at his portfolio.
Meet Sam Barsky, the globetrotting knitwear legend behind these scenery-inspired sweaters.
Today in Important Figures from History: meet Tommy Tucker, the orphaned, cross-dressing squirrel who captured America’s heart in the 1940s.
Illustrator Mark Todd draws fake album covers for bands we wish existed.
Easy Rider meets IKEA.
Over three million White Albums were pressed in 1968. This guy has 1,760 of them.
The writing wasn’t always Pulitzer-worthy, but the artwork adorning old sci-fi books deserves a place in the annals of art history.
Favourite book looking a bit tattered? Never fear: all it needs is a bit of love from Nobuo Okano, the book repairman.
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