The Tusk

The Tusk is a cool blog, where smart people write about stuff they care about. Our goal is to critically engage with the world we live in and uncover new and awesome stuff. You should read it all the goddamn time.

It is edited by Nate Waggoner and Lizzy Acker. If you have an idea or want to write something for us, send your submission to thetuskblog@gmail.com.

October 20, 2014 at 9:41am
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A Scenario to Consider →

October 18, 2014 at 9:49pm
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Reblogged from daysrunaway

(Source: daysrunaway, via liannakristine)

2:46pm
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October 17, 2014 at 4:03pm
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Debra Broz

Debra Broz, a ceramic artist in Los Angeles, has a dedication to manipulating the conventional ceramic animals used and loved for kitschy home decor. Through her art surgery, she forms nearly mythical renditions of hybrid-animals. Although they still look cute, there is something inherently off and relatively creepy about them. Starting by sourcing and finding old ceramic pieces she is attracted to, Broz then re-assembles and grafts parts and pieces of different ceramic sculptures together. Arms, legs, multiple heads- she tries it all. The doe-eyed Franken-furries still contain an element of innocent, their new freakishness framed with such subtlety that it is nearly camouflaged; for many viewers it takes a second glance to even notice that something is amiss within the structure and proportion

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3:52pm
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American Horror Story: Always Be Murdering →

12:26pm
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Read This Now: The Paying Guests →

October 16, 2014 at 6:45pm
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Remember when we lived here?

Remember when we lived here?

9:52am
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The Battle of Rocking Horse Ranch →

8:02am
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No Land's Man with Aasif Mandvi, Jack Black, Connie Britton, Wyatt Cenac, and John Oliver from Aasif Mandvi

funnyordie:

No Land’s Man with Aasif Mandvi, Jack Black, Connie Britton, Wyatt Cenac, and John Oliver

Aasif Mandvi’s celebrity friends don’t seem too eager to appear in the trailer for his new book, ‘No Land’s Man.’

October 15, 2014 at 4:02pm
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moma:

10/25: Celebrate Picasso’s birthday with a private after-hours tour and reception. 
[Pablo Picasso. Three Musicians. Fontainebleau, summer 1921]

moma:

10/25: Celebrate Picasso’s birthday with a private after-hours tour and reception. 

[Pablo Picasso. Three Musicians. Fontainebleau, summer 1921]