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July 17, 2012

The Soft Side of Hercules.

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Share This.For all chicks and fellers out there who are into Greek mythology, we know that it has been your one and only dream to sit on Hercules’ face. Don’t go through the trouble of denying it because it’s written all over your screen… mainly because we just finished typing about it. Nonetheless, your dream is now a reality. The FAT folks have come with an article of furniture that belong Read More

Name That Painter.

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Share This.Since it’s Paint Week here at Quiet Lunch, we wanted to take some time out to play a game. Poached from our friends over at Re:blog, this series attempts represent iconic painters by only using 3 icons. The first one above should be pretty obvious but the rest may be a little more difficult. Highlight white text under each poster to read the answer. Johan Vermeer (1632–1675) Vincent van Read More

Petting Zoo.

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Share This.We discovered a haunting video from Heliofant titled I, pet goat II. The Montreal based animation studio conjured up a video that abstractly depicts the events that have shaped our lives in the past decade. Chocked full of symbolic and dazzling visuals, it is a puzzle worth piecing together.

Learnin’ Youse Some Lettas: Jackanapes.

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Share This.Jackanapes (Pronounced: Jack•a•napes)→ Noun.: a) monkeys or apes. b) an impudent or conceited fellow. c) a saucy or mischievous child. Example: “Then this lady and her three jackanapes came into store causing a ruckus.”

18 Trillion Degrees of Influence.

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Share This.Are you familiar with the six degrees of separation? Well, imagine if that theory stayed up all weekend doing copious amounts of cocaine. In the series of dots and lines below, Brendan Griffen attempts to map the relationships of influence between all of history’s big thinkers; an attempt likely inspired by Circles of Influence. → Want a Closer Look? ←