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The Story of 'Blue (Da Ba Dee)' by Eiffel 65
How a song that flopped when it came out wound up topping charts across the globe.
'Dots,' Today's Comic by Olga Wieszczyk
After weird dots turn her completely blue, a woman goes outside to find that no one really cares about her strange new skin color.
A Russian Artist Reimagines the World in Bold Blue Ink
With ink on paper drawings, Dmitry Borshch brings a skeptical Russian perspective to media criticism.
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
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The Newest Blue Crayon Is 200 Years in the Making
...And Crayola wants your help naming it.
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Femmes Recline on Furniture in Sultry Minimal Illustrations
Ladies lounge on armchairs, couches, and stools in these pen-and-ink meditations on the female form.
Communions Don't Want a Target, They Just Need Creative Freedom
We join the Fat Possum-signed band in their hometown of Copenhagen to talk hangovers, DIY, and, of course, Trump.
Is This the World's Most Dangerous Selfie?
Photographer Keow Wee Loong couldn't resist the photo op.
Don't Worry: The Colts Mascot Is Taking Care of All Your Humpy Touchdown Dances
For a second there, it looked like Lamar Miller was about to give Blue the business he deserves.
Liam Daniel Pierce
Meet the Chemist Who Accidentally Created a New Blue Pigment
Step aside, ultramarine and cobalt—YInMn blue is just as vibrant and far more durable.
Objectively Correct Lists
The OFFICIAL rankings of the best compact discs.
The Original Pokémon Game Was Social Media Before Social Media
Offering personalized, collaborative gaming and friendship, these Game Boy titles gave kids an escape from a buzzing digital age on the edge of a new century.
Considering the Eternal Significance of Eiffel 65’s “Blue (Da Ba Dee)”
Why this Italian Eurodance song from 1999 is an anthem for the death of progress in the face of human antipathy.