The Common Good

Afternoon Links of Awesomeness: March 30, 2012

Downtown Arby’s: the perfect mashup between the PBS series Downtown Abbey and the popular fast food chain. [Miss Cellania]


Listen to Sir Paul McCartney talk to Terry Gross on Fresh Air about his childhood and new album, Kisses on the Bottom. [NPR]

There’s some bizarre musical instruments out there… like the badger theremin, barbed wire fence, and 12-neck guitar. See nine of these quirky instruments. [Oddee]


Weathered, stamped envelopes are given new life as an artist uses a single Bic pen to draw portraits on the fading medium. [Mark Powell Art]

“Money Pieces” is a collection of sculptures crafted from paper money found around the world. [Kristi Malakoff]

Holes and cracks of aging architecture are beautified by colorful paper crafts. [Colossal]

Artfully shot photos of abandon pianos across the country show the fading of a location. [Urban Ghosts]

Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners. Read more from Joshua on his blog hail fellow well met.

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