Ever wanted to casually flip through the music that influenced one of the most influential musicians in recent memory? The internet is here to help.

Wall-to-wall talent.

Meet Washington’s elusive Ochre Queen.

Scottish artist Charles Young set himself a challenge to build a tiny paper model every day for year. Six hundred paper houses later and he shows no sign of stopping.

Meet Sam Barsky, the globetrotting knitwear legend behind these scenery-inspired sweaters. 

Illustrator Mark Todd draws fake album covers for bands we wish existed. 

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.

Contrary to popular belief, the original broadcast failed to create a mass panic over alien invasion. But it did have drama, urgency and heat rays, and is well worth a listen today.

These paper cameras mightn't be very good at taking photos. But they're damn fine on the eyes. 

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