The day after Thanksgiving. Yep, it’s already here.
For those of you lucky enough to have the day off — well, you’re no doubt still sleeping. The rest that have to work, or who feel strongly enough about saving money that you’re braving the crowds at the mall, you may be asking yourself:
Why did I eat so much? Drink that last one? Get so little sleep?
Why does everything hurt so much?
To ease your pain, might I suggest this paper tunnel created by Swiss digital artist Aron Summer.
Once the browser window opens, the tunnel will move and change shape in response to your cursor…which is pretty cool.
But more importantly, I think you will find great solace — as have I — in just staring at it. All your pain will be seemingly swallowed up in the unseen depths of the digital paper tunnel.
How does it work? I don’t know.
Maybe it’s a bit like the focal point women use in childbirth. Or maybe the tunnel is literally sucking your brain cells inside.
Look at how many of mine are gone already.
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