More fantastic content from the fantastic creators on Coil!
Colin uncovers the “unexpected art” of African movie posters from the 80s and 90s and dissects the good, the bad and the ugly.
by Daniel Davis
There’s no shortage of film buffs and fans of Japanese culture at Coil, so naturally we were drawn to this short list by Daniel Davis. Plus, on the heels of an international film taking best picture at the Oscars, we’re excited to explore other unsung gems from around the world.
by Adam Waring
Along with some startling facts about diversity in Hollywood, Adam Waring offers praise for recently released Birds of Prey in his spoiler-free praise review.
The Mongol Rally is an intercontinental road trip spanning roughly a dozen countries filled with crazy cars, camping, and a lot of fun people. We’re excited to follow their epic journey!
by Patricia C
We love 3D printing and we love the fun Patricia C and her hubby had creating this world tour!
by Stephen Chip
Regardless of where you fall on the political landscape, it’s hard not to find a wee bit of amusement in these wacky gag gifts.
NickelNDime shares his unsettling story of a run-in with the local police. The sound of your neighbor’s dog barking will never sound the same.
by Derek Groen
Derek Groen dives into the assumptions people make on a daily basis and how they can shape our view on the world.
It’s no secret that we love Flood Escape and now we love its wintery update. Check it out along with other web monetized flash games at Enclave Games.
by Dani Torres
It’s incredible to see just how much work went into Dani Torres’ impressive lighthouse sculpture.
by Michael B
If you’re in the market for a new bathroom or kitchen, this insider perspective will be of interest. It’s also good to know that a nice cup of coffee can go a long way.
Alexander Smith - the awesome resident wine expert on Coil - explains why some wines are meant to be consumed immediately and some can be aged for decades.
Coil Staff Picks highlight some of the team’s favorite posts from the previous week. The staff’s selection guidelines are meant to be inclusive of all genres and content and limited to original, high quality creations. All selections have been published or linked on Coil and are listed in random order.