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Oct
12


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LA Weekly names MoFA #1 Food Museum

6:27 am | writes:

What is the #1 Food Museum in the World according to LA Weekly? Oh, look at that, it seems to be none other than Hanttula.com’s Museum of Food Anomalies!!

Read the full LA Weekly article here.

Oct
11


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Halloween Phenomethon of Links 2012

7:47 am | writes:

It’s back again for 2012! The ever-popular Hanttula.com Phenomethon of Halloween Links. Visit the PHENOMETHON now and find all manner of GAMES, INSPIRATION and ENTERTAINMENTS for your Halloween enjoyment.

Sep
21


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Today, in Los Angeles

12:24 pm | writes:

Today’s view from Hanttula HQ.

Aug
24


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Man-Eater, Sticker-based ‘Video’ Game

11:00 am | writes:

Man-eater from Daniel Disselkoen.

Jul
05


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DIY Rockets… with matches

10:38 am | writes:

A day late for 4th of July festivities, a fine instructional video is discovered. How to Make Match Rockets.

Jul
05


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Blade Runner in Watercolors

8:51 am | writes:

An artist/animator uses 3285 watercolor paintings in the first part of a recreation of the film “Blade Runner”

{note: it takes about 18 seconds of video before any images start appearing }

Jul
04


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Thou Shall Not Commit Logical Fallacies

11:41 am | writes:

An education is not just about the learning of facts and figures, but of learning how to learn and how to think. Yet most of us stumble through life committing the egregious “sins” of logical fallacies (in both our thoughts & debates). Now there’s a concise guide to introduce you 24 logical fallacies — how to identify them, how to avoid them. Enjoy. { the site even provides a nice, printable poster to hang “somewhere your face is near.” }

Apr
30


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Floating Cinema

8:09 am | writes:

Thailand shows us how outdoor cinema is done. Made of recycled materials, no less.

Apr
17


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Brand Spirit

1:38 pm | writes:

Rather enjoying Andrew Miller’s Brand Spirit in which he paints out the branding of a different, common object each day for 100 days.

Mar
23


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Simple & Awesome: RedBall Project

7:11 am | writes:

Who would have thought that something as simple as a giant, inflatable red ball installed in unexpected places could be so inspiring and awesome? Answer: Kurt Perschke with his travelling RedBall Project.