If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it a thousand times: never tweet. This is a lesson you would think the CEO of a company that makes software for managing social media would know intimately. You would be wrong.
It’s the tech industry’s latest ploy to keep you from ever setting foot in a supermarket again: meal delivery service Blue Apron just announced a new program that ships bottles of wine to your home.
This hilarious ad for French network Canal+—promoting their film production division—tells the story of why unicorns disappeared from the surface of the Earth. I'm not going to tell you more about it so I don't spoil it—just make sure you watch it until the very end.
Update: Graphic has been removed due to complaints from artists that it contained stolen works.
If you've ever plopped your five fingers on a table and thought, hmm, this reasonably resembles a four-legged creature with a middle finger of a head, then Handicorn will add a whole magical dimension to your finger puppetry. Pop on the four hooves and a head, and you've literally got a unicorn at your fingertips.
Sangre de Unicornio (Unicorn Blood) is an awesomely demented cartoon about a pair of teddy bear brothers who hunt unicorns for their blueberry-flavored blood. And the bizarre tale of brotherly love and betrayal is set to a perfect sludge metal soundtrack.
A hunter in Slovenia recently stumbled upon a creature sporting a single, unicorn-like antler at the top of its head. But could it really be the mythical creature of yore?
Must get these on our feet immediately!
On November 30, 2012, the Korean Central News Agency, North Korea's government "news" agency, reported that scientists had "reconfirmed" the existence and location of the final resting place of the unicorn ridden by King Dongmyeong, the founding father of Goguryeo of an ancient Korean kingdom. The unicorn's grave was…
For those occasions when an ordinary drink dispenser just won't do, summon a mighty carousel unicorn who provides both beverages and a show. When she isn't peeing lemonade from her nether parts, she's sneezing glitter and blasting fire from her horn.
Everyone's favorite sparkly Internet meme has a long and strangely scientific history – naturalists and scholars have been obsessing over unicorns for over 2000 years. What turned a scientific curiosity of the year 398 BCE into a virgin-loving Christian symbol?
Kick off your weekend with a visit to Doctor Lollipop, unicorn physician extraordinaire. When a raptor ends up with a talking animal tummy ache, it's up to Doctor Lollipop and a few friends to kick up a happy ending.
The first thing you need to know is this: I wrote "The Unicorn and the Rainbow" on a dare. Which, given that this is the one story in my new erotica collection that everyone remembers and everyone talks about, is a weird beginning. But it's a true story.
Pixar artist and creator of Inappropriate Golden Books, Josh Cooley has created another fantastic piece of work. Behold, the cutest webcomic that will rip out your heart and show it to you, The Loneliest Unicorn. We've got a bunch of panels below:
What does a unicorn look like on the inside? Heirloom, Alison Woodward's lovely pop-up "book" dissects a tiny dead unicorn and suggests that even in death, this creature has a capacity for unexpected beauty.
Every couple of years, Filmcow's occasional web series Charlie the Unicorn pops up on YouTube, regaling us with another bizarre adventure of Charlie, a grumpy unicorn, and his bubbly, homicidal unicorn pals. In the latest installment, Charlie is convinced to go to the moon, where he encounters a singing…
Jodi Harvey-Brown has a somewhat different take on the notion of pop-up books. She uses novels, biographies, and books of short stories as both the inspiration and materials for her open book paper sculptures, reworking the pages to illustrate characters, ships, and scenes from the tales. The end results are lovely,…
Yesterday, we wrote about a story that's been making the rounds across the blogosphere: that North Korea discovered the lair of a Kirin (or Qilin), a mythical creature often associated with the Western unicorn. However, while North Korea's claim is about a place called Kiringul, which translates to "Kirin's Grotto,"…
People give North Korea a hard time, mostly because its ruler is a lunatic whose people live in poverty while enduring countless human rights violations. But has anyone ever stopped and considered that maybe that's how a divine creator might want things to be? Because otherwise, why would he/she/it put the world's…