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Selectism | Around the Web

01. Irma Gruenholz

“There is something about an artist when they are able to depict their playful imagination through different forms of material and medium.  In this case, meet Irma Gruenholz, an illustrator from Madrid, Spain who uses clay to illustrate her visuals and remind us that art is meant to have fun.  See more images after the jump.” (inqmnd)

02. Coachella 2010 – Day Three in pics, video & review (the Thom Yorke & Pavement setlists included)

“The third and final round of the Coachella Music & Arts Festival was funky, and not just because the port-a-potties reeked. Keeping a loose theme every day (see Friday & Saturday), Sunday focused on relentless rhythm and groovy basslines. The absolute golden moment belonged to Yo La Tengo’s blistering final song. Rhythm that revels in repetition + guitar that tries to destroy itself = wee mind blown. Sometimes the moodiest things are the most uplifting.” (bvegan)

03. Coachella Video Collection

‘Below you’ll find video highlights– both fan footage and high-quality webcast rips– from the fest. It includes a (honestly depressing) duet between Jay-Z and wife Beyoncé on “Young Forever”, the Dead Weather doing new single “Blue Blood Blues”, LCD’s “All My Friends”, Dirty Projectors’ “Stillness Is the Move”, South African rap-rave nut jobs Die Antwoord, Gorillaz doing “Feel Good Inc.” with De La Soul, and lots more.” (pitchfork)

04. The New England Chowder Compendium (above)

“As if you needed yet another reason that libraries are the best: the library at the University of Massachusetts has created the world’s only New England Chowder Compendium. The online collection consists of chowder recipes, pictures and ads from the 1870s to the 1970s, and exists to “to investigate the hows and whys of chowder’s rise to its place as an essential part of New England regional cuisine.”" (eatme)

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