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WTF just happened? Why do all my photos have red-eye?
Photographer Cristina de Middel’s new book, Party, questions the idea of political power in a playful way. In the book, de Middel has taken the original text from Chairman Mao Zedong’s Little Red Book and redacted most of the words, creating new and biting quotes that mock the statements of this onc
Another of Cristina de Middel’s photos from her new book, Party. In the book, de Middel has taken the original text from Mao Zedong’s Little Red Book and redacted most of the words. Alongside the modified text, she’s included her own photos of contemporary China. More at (📷 Cristina de M
GM made this bizarre 20-foot-tall vehicle to predict the future
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Fans are what make Comic-Con so great
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WIRED's summer binge-watching guide to 'The Wire'
We're in San Diego this weekend for Comic-Con. Lots of awesome panels, parties, and movie previews … but ultimately, it's the fans that make this event so great. We talked to several to find out what makes them tick. Emily Echevarria (Pinky Pie) On cosplay: "I've never come to a convention without
Dylan Kenyon (Waldo) On the benefits of being Waldo: "I get to photobomb and nobody gets mad. Every picture I can, I'm flying in the background. Everybody's here to have a good time, and I have yet to get in trouble. See more Comic-Con superfans at #sdcc (📷 Benjamin Rasmussen | @benjami
Isabella Romero (Supergirl) On her ideal super power: "X-ray vision, because then I could see stuff that's in people's bodies. And flying." See more Comic-Con superfans at #sdcc (📷 Benjamin Rasmussen | @benjaminras)
This delightful photo series pokes fun of the rules we blindly follow each day
Gallery: The hard-core fanatics who make Comic-Con so great
#SDCC: How Going Hollywood Paid Off for Wired Magazine
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