What We Love This Week, Volume XLV

Christmas GIFs Santa

Source: Juxtapoz

The Best Holiday GIFs

Christmas GIFs Slam Dunk

Source: Juxtapoz

Sure, the real reason we say we chop down trees and adorn our homes in red and green every year is to honor the birth of Jesus Christ, but the season also brings with it a chance to indulge in food, drinks and of course, fun. Shedding light on the more “sinful” aspects of Christmas, London-based designer Ryan Todd has sifted through all sorts of humor-filled holiday GIFs from around the world and brought us this dark and delightful set. See ’em all at Juxtapoz.

Christmas GIFs Ornament

Source: Juxtapoz

The Most Acclaimed Photojournalism Of 2013

Photojournalism Ballerina

Source: Time

In 2013, Time Magazine sent its photographers everywhere from Afghanistan to Russia to Venezuela to the Central African Republic with one goal in mind: cover the most important stories of the day in the most easily understood–and therefore compelling–way possible. The results, as you might imagine, were pretty incredible. And thanks to the editors at Time, they’ve created a 24-photo spread to highlight the year’s most critical events in pictorial form.

Photojournalism Central African Republic

Source: Time

Photojournalism Afghanistan

Source: Time

A Stunning Christmas Ice Storm

Christmas Ice Storm Leaves

Source: The Atlantic

While absolutely gorgeous for us non-affected observers, the implications of this week’s ice storms were great. On Sunday, a massive ice storm swept through the Midwest and parts of Canada, taking with it trees, infrastructure and, most importantly, power. As of Monday, over 500,000 people were without power as temperatures remained below freezing. The Atlantic has a gorgeous–yet quite chilly looking–spread of the aftermath in Ontario and Quebec.

Christmas Ice Storm Covered Road

Source: The Atlantic

Christmas Ice Storm Snowman

Source: The Atlantic

Savannah Cox
Savannah Cox is the Managing Editor of All That Is Interesting. She holds a Master's Degree in International Relations, and works as a reporter/producer for DNAinfo.
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