The newest museum in Los Angeles has been affectionately christened “The Cheese Grater,” even though there are at least two other buildings which look like they’d shred cheddar far more effectively. But what else does The Broad resemble? We demanded, you delivered.
Locals have taken to calling it the Cheese Grater, but there’s so many more things that the new Broad Museum’s wacky facade evokes. A sponge. A giant Jambox. A celebrity whale. Now it’s your turn to tell us what you see.
Last week, Google launched a contest for artists to decorate its self-driving cars, and in a completely unrelated move, we asked you to use Photoshop to decorate Google’s self-driving cars.
Google has launched another attempt at persuading us that its cute little self-driving cars are not, in fact, out to kill us. This time, it wants the help of Californian artists–who are invited to submit art to be featured on the cars. But we don’t think this wonderful opportunity should be restricted to Californians.
Last week, a guy boarded the New York City subway, entered a virtual world, and found his way into our hearts. But what could be so enthralling that it might tear VR Guy’s eyes away from the stirring humanity of the L train? We asked our own virtual worlds developers what reality VR Guy was experiencing.
With an expressionless face and a twitch of his head, VR Guy peered awkwardly into our souls when he bravely decided to break out his Samsung Gear VR on the subway. But the question remains: What exactly does VR Guy see that we cannot?
Earlier today, we found a device that might be the very pinnacle of human garbage: the iPad Selfie Stick. But as we all know, things can always get worse. And that, dear readers, is where you come in.
Well, this is awkward. The sleep-deprived minds behind everyone's favorite public, personal asphyxiation device, the Ostrich Pillow, have come back to Kickstarter with the Ostrich Pillow Mini. And it's... fine?
Earlier in the week, we got a (supposed) glimpse inside one of the many iPhone 6-laden cargo planes that just finished making its way across the Pacific. But since you can't actually see any iPhones in the original photo, we asked you to fill in the blanks. These are your champions.
Earlier today, we got a glimpse inside one of the planes carrying hundreds of thousands of shiny new smartphones all the way across the Pacific, straight into our greedy little fingers. But—can we ever really know what's hiding beneath those giant tarps? Yep! Because you're going to tell us.
Earlier in the week, we asked you to help celebrate Steve Ballmer's $2 billion basketball acquisition by giving the ex-Microsoft man a logo he could be proud of. And you, dear readers, done very, very good.
Earlier this week, we asked you to help us come up with some applications for McDonald's new mascot, Happy, that were a bit more suited to his—er, unique set of talents. And then, dear readers, something incredible happened.
McDonald's new mascot is horrifying—that's pretty much a given at this point. But is McDonald's new mascot horrifying enough to be at home in some of the most iconic horror films of all time? Why, yes. Yes he is.
NBC's Brian Williams has just landed an exclusive interview with Edward Snowden in Russia. That's great—the NSA, let's talk about it. But there is another pressing question to consider first: Why are Williams and Snowden looking at us like that?
Earlier in the week, we asked you, dear readers, to help us celebrate the one-year anniversary of Robert Scoble's steamy, Glass-adorned shower photo with a fresh batch of Photoshops. And by god did you ever deliver.
One year ago today, the gods smiled upon us and bestowed man with the greatest, most seductive gift since Prometheus first brought fire down from Mt. Olympus. And to celebrate a full year of having a wet, naked Robert Scoble seared into our memory, we thought we'd mark the occasion with a Photoshop contest.
Last week, on the unveiling of Microsoft's cringe-inducing Scroogled anti-Google tchotchke campaign, we challenged you to Photoshop us something better. And wow, did you ever.
In honor of the rediscovery of New York City's long-lost cow tunnels, we asked you to photoshop up some other goodies that might be hiding right beneath our feet. A lot of them involved poop.