What's On at Flavorpill: The Links That Made the Rounds in Our Office


Today at Flavorpill, we found out what The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’s Carlton looks like now that he’s all grown up. We loved this anti-texting during movies PSA created by The Alamo Drafthouse after a customer who they’d kicked out for doing just that left them an angry voicemail. We sent our name to Mars. We were sad to hear that Forever 21 is threatening to sue Rachel Kane, the clever blogger behind WTForever21.com. We checked out the 175 new colors that Pantone just unveiled in the company’s first update since 2003. We were surprised to hear that Tom Six’s The Human Centipede II has been banned from screening in the UK thanks to a scene involving sandpaper, self pleasure, and a people train. We enjoyed The Hairpin’s survey of men in high heeled shoes in art. We experienced mild disorientation thanks to Graham Smith’s design project which switches logos between different companies. We downloaded free songs from a few of the acts who will be playing at Bonnaroo later this week. We discovered why the Golden Gate Bridge is the color that it is. And finally, we wondered if the debut of the iCloud, like the iPod and iPhone before it, will totally change our lives.