It’s like we don’t exist’: Jaune Quick-to-See Smith on Native American artists

Earlier this month, the National Gallery of Art in Washington announced it had made history – it bought a painting by a Native American artist for the very first time.

The gallery purchased I See Red: Target, a 1992 piece by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, a response to the colonization of America by Christopher Columbus.

Designer Builds ‘Ectocycle-1A’ Inspired by Ghostbusters’ Iconic Car

There is nothing better than a hardcore fan who is also a handy person since they are always the ones who come up with exceptional homages to the shows and movies that we all love. If you’re a Ghostbusters fan, you’re most definitely in for a treat.

Cosmo the Bull Calf Has Been Genetically Engineered to Produce 75% Male Offspring

Genetic engineering can produce some pretty scary results. Just recently, scientists at the University of California, Davis, developed a bull calf, named Cosmo, who is capable of producing 75% male (or at least male-looking) offspring.