Friday Funday XXIV

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Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet during the previous week.

London Underground []

You don’t need to have ever ridden on the tube to appreciate this one (although having done so makes it funnier). Cheers to Cyd for this one.

monochrom []

Austrian artist group monochrom saved Taiwan. Sort of. There’s nothing like a bunch of artists coming together to rebel against a communist regime.

Fines for “Droopy Drawers” Backed []

From the article, “US politicians fed up with catching an eyeful of underwear want to fine those who won’t hitch up their trousers.” I’m so torn about this. On the one hand, I, too, find “droopy drawers” annoying, but on the other hand, I think handing out tickets for it is absurd and a waste of resources.

Vintage Vandals at the Wurst Gallery []

This idea is so cool that I want to go out and do it. A bunch of artists went out and bought crappy artwork at a thrift store, then made their own and sold it for thousands. My personal favourite is Driscoll Reid’s.

The Children of Iraq []

Some amazing photos here. Just after halfway down the page they start to get a bit gory and by the end I was overwhelmed. A sad way to end Friday Funday, but a sobering reminder of why war wasn’t the best route to take.

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