What’s On at Flavorpill: Links that Made the Rounds in Our Office


Today at Flavorpill, we cringed when we heard Wal-Mart is plotting a Brooklyn retail foothold and recoiled at the new Shake Shack peanut-butter-and-bacon burger. We perused the list of music video directors who made the jump to the big screen — David Fincher did four videos for Paula Abdul; we had no idea! We geeked over the resemblance of that flying bat photo to Nicolas Poussin’s 1634 painting Rape of the Sabine Women and felt kind of bad for chuckling over In-and-Out Beiber (for the record, no we can’t). We debated over buying a full-color print of a new infographic charting color and culture (click through for larger version). We clipped out Fast Company’s handy checklist for where Apple devices fit into modern life and tried to force our interns to bake 31 flavors of cupcakes. We tapped our toes to a seven-piece ukelele cover of MGMT’s “Kids.” And last but not least, we squealed over the crying portraits taken during Marina Abramović’s performance at MoMA.