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Animation Spotlight: Big Buck Bunny
Animation Spotlight: Big Buck Bunny

Seven months in Amsterdam, a very fat rabbit, and some really, really mean rodents.

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The Art of the Doodle
The Art of the Doodle

Why pen and paper are not dead and what Aspirin has to do with Thom Yorke.

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The Real Beauty Industry
The Real Beauty Industry

Sight, sound, motion, and more beauty than your beholder eyes can handle.

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The Mother of All Music Visualization
The Mother of All Music Visualization

What global warming has to do with the formative role of music in 20th-century culture.

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Monkey See Monkey Make NBC Look Bad
Monkey See Monkey Make NBC Look Bad

How rocks stars are making capitalism look really, really, really bad.

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Birth of an Idea: The Ride
Birth of an Idea: The Ride

Flying cars, exploding brains and how the creative process comes to life.

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History, Animated, Quick and Uneuphemistic
History, Animated, Quick and Uneuphemistic

The moon hoax, why Nixon lost the debate, and what dinosaurs have to do with Gerald Ford and a chicken.

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I Met The Walrus: Lennon’s Brain Animated
I Met The Walrus: Lennon’s Brain Animated

Truth, aged like a good whiskey, from the cellar of a cultural legend.

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You Better Believe It
You Better Believe It

Why we drink, scandal!, the world’s most expensive clock, theft-worthy animation, what Radiohead and Goldfrapp have in common, and how diarrhea can save the planet.

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Hodgepodge of Cool | SHEEP!
Hodgepodge of Cool | SHEEP!

We continue our weekly tribute to all the random, eclectic awesome stuff out there. Welcome to Part 3 of the Hodgepodge of Cool issue: SHEEP! …or what 10,000 strangers, the BBC and Soulja Boy have in common.

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