The Common Good

Afternoon Links of Awesomeness: June 19, 2012

Flamenco guitars are instruments that are extremely meticulous and time consuming for the craftsperson, they can take upwards of 300 hours to complete. Take a look at some true artists showing the art of the making a guitar. [via GOOD]

Jimmy Kimmel once again instructs people to pull pranks on their loved ones. This time, a day before Father’s Day, he aired videos of kids surprising their dads by spraying them with a hose. [Laughing Squid]

We know Tony the Tiger and Cap’n Crunch, but now discover a few things you might not know about the people who provide the voice these famous cereal mascots. [Mental Floss]

If you still haven’t heard Childish Gambino (yes, that guy from the TV show Community), take a listen to the title track from his upcoming mixtape, “Shoulda Known.” [Consequence of Sound]

New street art makes it seem as if artists are painting videos onto city walls. Take a look at this crazy video technology as they take to the streets in Berlin. [The Creator’s Project]

Yes! Summer camp movies are back in season (not that they ever went out but…). Here’s seven of the best ones to enjoy with friends and a big bowl of popcorn. [Huffington Post]

Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners.

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