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Paul Tuller’s Pop Idol Devotion Candles: A clever, modernized play on religious iconography

Paul Tuller's Pop Idol Devotion Candles

Fresh off a stint as an on-set illustrator for HBO’s “Looking” social campaign, Brooklyn-based artist Paul Tuller—who first won our attention with a thoughtful queer categories poster series—just debuted a Devotion to Pop candle line. This play on……

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Numbers that play with negative space

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Creative number typography created by Forma and Co for the latest issue or Yorokobu magazine. These popping and colorful numbers are a brilliant demonstration that in the words combination white space, space is the dominant one.

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Apple promotes ‘Pay Once and Play’ games in App Store

Apple is promoting “Pay Once and Play” games as part of the company’s regular refresh of featured App Store titles. “Enjoy hours of uninterrupted fun with complete experiences spanning the App Store’s most beloved genres,” says the blurb for the new collection. “Packed with thrills and unforgettable moments, these powerhouse games belong in every collection.”

this isn’t really a sign of Apple’s allegiance

It’s tempting to say that the promotion shows that Apple prefers pay-once titles to freemium ones, but really, this is just one of the many angles that the company has taken with its App Store collections. It doesn’t really say anything about Apple’s wider motivation.

The new “Pay Once and Play” promotion.

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Watch 300 Android devices play Beethoven

Google Japan has released a video of 300 Android phones and tablets playing Beethoven’s Ode to Joy in perfect harmony. It’s a sight to behold, and a feat that wasn’t easily accomplished. Using different Androidify characters to play the same song, computers to sync it up, and an unholy amount of chargers, Google Japan was able to get a perfect rendition. But it’s not stopping there: According to VentureBeat, the “Android Chorus” will be performing from February 12 to February 15 at Omotesando Hills in Tokyo. Get your tickets now.

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Top 4 Android Games You’ll Love to Play

Android smartphone and tablets came a long way since the OS was first introduced a few years ago. Each new Android OS update came with new powerful features and abilities to make it smarter. Even,…

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Ryan Reynolds will play Deadpool

Last time we checked in on Deadpool, the movie went from a proverbial graveyard to a confirmed 2016 release thanks to leaked test footage. At the time, it was assumed that Ryan Reynolds would still play the lead role, given attachment to the project since its inception and continued vocal support ever since.

Deadline today reports that Fox is “closing a deal” with Reynolds, and also today, the actor himself posted this on Twitter:

It’s not as official as a press release, but I think it’s safe to say at this point we can stop cautiously assuming and just safely assume he’s dead set on playing the so-called Merc with a…

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Google’s Black Friday Android Wear promotions: $99 LG G Watch and $50 Play Store credit

Beginning now and running through midnight on Monday, Google is throwing two deals into the three ring circus of Black Friday (and Cyber Monday). Both are angled towards getting you to buy an Android Wear smartwatch. One of the original Android Wear devices, the LG G Watch, will be on sale for just $ 99. That’s $ 130 off the list price and cheaper than you’re likely to find it most other places. It’s a super good deal on a super nondescript watch, which at the venerable age of five months has already been surpassed by other Android Wear smartwatches.

Whether your get the G Watch or another Android Wear smartwatch from the Google Play Store, you’ll also get another bonus, a $ 50 credit for buying apps, books, movies, magazine, or music….

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These artworks celebrate the importance of play

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Jared Leto may play the Joker in DC’s ‘Suicide Squad’

Heath Ledger’s Joker may soon have a successor on the big screen. Sources with The Wrap and The Hollywood Reporter both allege that the 30 Seconds to Mars frontman is being considered for the role of Clown Prince of Crime in DC’s Suicide Squaddue out in theaters in August 2016. Sources couldn’t confirm how far along talks are, and neither Warner Bros. nor Leto’s representation would comment on the rumors, so it may be some time before the deal is sealed.

Leto, following his win at the Oscars earlier this year for his performance in Dallas Buyer’s Club, was most recently in the running for the title role in Marvel Doctor Strange, also due out in 2016. However, since Benedict Cumberbatch has all but officially signed on for that part,…

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Steam is letting you play ten games for free this weekend

Are you looking to get your game on this weekend? Is your collection looking a bit stale? If so, you might want to boot up Steam, as the online store is throwing one of its largest free weekend promotions ever. Ten, count them, ten entire games are free to download and play until tomorrow afternoon at 4PM ET. The list includes some excellent titles, such as XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Payday 2, and Don’t Starve. And if you can’t manage to hammer through these games over the weekend, you’ll be glad to hear that all of the titles are on deep discount — most are 75 percent off. You can find the full list of games included in the promo below.

  • Awesomenauts
  • Blade Symphony
  • Company of Heroes 2
  • Don’t Starve
  • Grid 2
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us
  • K…

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