The Weirdest House in San Fran Is a Steal at Just $8.5 Million
Chenery House has six bedrooms, a retractable roof, and a fake tree that spits fire.
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I Talked to the Couple Who Made a Contract to Limit Funko Pop Spending
The contract for vinyl dolls went viral a year after it was written.
Here’s What University Students Have On Their Dorm Walls
It’s a mix of Shawn Mendes, Pulp Fiction (still!) and some artsy nudity.
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My Dad, Keeper of Retro Tech
"I am a junk collector."
These Photographs Are a Comprehensive Study of Bald White Men's Heads
For 'Skulls Exposed,' 22-year-old Norwegian artist Kristine Wathne photographs one type of subject, collecting and presenting iterations of identity.
Here's How You Make High Fashion Inspired by Magnetic Fields
Fashion design has never looked so magnetic.
Meet the Man with the World's Largest Collection of Hamburger Memorabilia
By his own estimate, Harry Sperl owns more than 6,000 pieces of hamburger memorabilia. including a hamburger motorcycle, a hamburger water bed, and the delivery car from Good Burger.
Some of the MoMA's Most Famous Artworks Are Going to Australia in 2018
The future exhibition’s star-studded lineup includes the likes of Cézanne, Dalí, Duchamp, Hopper, Koons, Matisse, Mondrian, Picasso, Pollock, Rothko, and van Gogh.
What Some of the World's Biggest 'Playboy' Collectors Think of Its Nudity-Free Rebrand
The magazine's decision to move away from full nudity made headlines and resulted in a spat between Hugh Hefner's son and the company he founded. But what do the magazine's biggest fans think?
The Original Mobile App Was Made of Paper
To understand modern mobile apps, we need to turn to their centuries-old grandparent: the volvelle.
Re: re: Microwave in the break room doing weird things to fabric of spacetime
It's hard to say what's worse; endlessly nagging inter-office email threads or tears in the space-time continuum.
Synthetic DNA Could Soon Be Used to Thwart Art Fraud
At the University at Albany, scientists and art specialists are developing new standards to identify and track priceless works of art.