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The Red TTArtisan 50mm f/0.95 ?Year of the Ox? Lens is Gorgeous

   16 Jan 00:00:11  |  Photography  |  Peta Pixel

TTArtisan has unveiled a limited edition version of its 50mm f/0.96 lens for Leica M-Mount cameras that features a striking red finish to celebrate the Year of the Ox according to the Chinese Zodiac. The company already had two variants of the lens, silver and black, but the red version is limited to 500 pieces […]

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Watch Highlights From WIRED's CES Conversations

   16 Jan 00:00:11  |  Technology  |  Wired

Check out the replays of our talks with former US defense secretary Ash Carter, Nobel laureate Jennifer A. Doudna, Slack CEO Scott Butterfield, and more.

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The Last of Us HBO TV Series Gets a New Director

   16 Jan 00:00:09  |  Video Gaming  |  IGN

HBO's The Last of Us series drops the Chernobyl director due to a scheduling conflict, and gains the director of an Oscar-nominated drama.

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A Tyrannical Tabby Rules an Opulent Assemblage of Densely Layered Scenes by Artist Kris Kuksi

   16 Jan 00:00:13  |  Digital Design  |  ThisIsColossal

A bejeweled tabby presides over Kris Kuksi?s sprawling new landscape teeming with retro figures, ornate baubles, and mass-produced trinkets all blanketed with a thick coat of metallic paint. The Lawrence, Kansas-based artist (previously) melds found objects into complex, frieze-style assemblages that are infused with themes of ?historical narratives, biblical subjects, animal worship, architecture, symbolic views on commerce and development, as well as human psychology and behavior.?
Titled “Tabby Tyrant,” the fantastical work is replete with juxtapositions: the individual and the collective, peace and war, industrial and classical architecture, and historic and modern. More

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STAR WARS: PRAETORIAN GUARD (ELECTRONIC)

   16 Jan 02:31:38  |  Cure for Boredom  |  gracerivera0191

As the Supreme Leader of the First Order, Snoke stood atop an evil regime that mirrored many of the dark traditions of the Galactic Empire.

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HOW TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

   16 Jan 03:38:32  |  Business  |  hanahmendoza0191

Each and every one of us has the power to help the planet, the people and the animals who inhabit it.

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Death Toll Rises In School Massacre

   16 Jan 00:00:16  |  Comedy  |  The Spoof

Death is never a laughing matter, much less so a mass killing, but try telling that to the perpetrator of five murders that all occurred within a single blink of the eye of each other this morning, leaving five dead.

The incident happened during a

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Renault brings LeCar's spirit into the EV era with the 5 Prototype

   16 Jan 00:00:04  |  Automotive  |  Auto Blog

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Thanks to Perseverance, We?re Finally Going to Hear What Mars Sounds Like

   16 Jan 00:00:15  |  Astronomy  |  Universe Today

Many consider the various rovers we?ve sent to Mars as the next best thing to sending a geologist to the Red Planet. Spirit, Opportunity and Curiosity have carried all the necessary equipment similar to what human geologists use on Earth, and are able to navigate the terrain, ?see? the landscape with the various cameras, pick …
Continue reading "Thanks to Perseverance, We’re Finally Going to Hear What Mars Sounds Like"
The post Thanks to Perseverance, We’re Finally Going to Hear What Mars Sounds Like appeared first on Universe Today.

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Around the Block: David Zinn?s Quirky Chalk Cartoons Spring to Life in a New Short Film

   16 Jan 00:00:13  |  Digital Design  |  ThisIsColossal

If you’ve walked the streets of Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the last few decades, you’ve probably spotted the wide-eyed monsters and mischievous dragons of David Zinn (previously). Since 1987, the artist has been drawing chalk-and-charcoal creatures in site-specific works that wash away with the rain. Drain pipes become robotic dogs, a pillar morphs into a giant pencil, and a green monster pops out of a brick walkway.
A new short film directed by Jonnie Lewis dives into Zinn’s practice by animating his signature cartoon cast that greets the artist as he walks around the city. More

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