Video: Thomas Blanchard doesn’t paint like normal artists do. Instead of painstakingly applying colours to a canvas with a brush, he dumps litres of brightly coloured paints into a giant tank filled with oils and other liquids, producing psychedelic waterfalls of colour that could never hang in an art gallery.
Hiding a comic in the book you’re supposed to be reading is so 1950s. 2012 calls for something considerably more advanced, which Mike Ando delivers with his replica Myst linking book that hides a built-in computer and touchscreen display capable of running all of the PC games.
Remember how the “groundbreaking” game Myst for PC was clickfest 1993? It’s now going to be tapfest 2009 for your iPhone.