Sartle Bows Down to the Kardashian-Wests

Shown here with the tragically named baby North. 

Just kidding, no we haven’t! Kanye may be a skilled rapper and Kim a skilled … selfie taker, but there’s no way we’ve become a celebrity gossip rag. 

We love a good art parody and Kimye are happy to supply them. Just recently Sartle’s home page featured not one, but TWO stories about Kim and Kanye. 

Kim Kardashian continues her plan for total world domination through art history and Kanye is collecting honorary degrees left and right. We even jumped on the Kylie Jenner bandwagon when our artworks went rouge and took the terrifying Kylie Jenner Challenge

We’ve put ourselves on a Kardashian Kleanse so you shouldn’t see anything about any of them at least for the next few weeks. No guarantees if they start seriously buying art. 

Amy Schumer knows what’s up. Bow down, mortals! 

By: Lauren

Can a void in space really be considered a structure? Here’s what was trending this week on Tumblr:

  • In entertainment: Jimmy Fallon bit spin-off, Lip Sync Battle, was renewed for a second season. Chrissy Teigen is expected to reprise her role as Woman In DJ Booth. And Amy Schumer returned for the spring with her feelings on butt stuff.

  • In the news: Lava and lightning and rage shot out of a volcano in Chile. And in Baltimore, protests over the deeply suspicious death of Freddie Gray while in police custody. 

  • In sports: Flips and tumbles and precarious landings on very narrow beams—all this and more at the Euros 2015 gymnastics championship. John Cena dropkicked his birthday. And even though it was trending a few weeks ago, we still haven’t figured out how Champions League scoring works. 

  • In lit: Dominic Sherwood was cast as Love Interest #1/Hero in the TV adaptation of the The Mortal Instruments series. And Shakespeare turned 451 today sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.

  • In snemes: “Snail memewas trending. Good job sneople (snail people). Better luck next time, sneople (snake people).

  • In tech: A bunch of Internet people met up at the Shorty Awards and made crossover content. Also, every outfit, accessory, and hairdo in My Idol was an in-app purchase and you just spent $40,000. 

And be sure to check out some of the week’s most popular blogs:

  • Hunt the Truth (huntthetruth): If actual war reporting isn’t interesting enough for you. 
  • Fort Nucks (fortnucks): Strategic nuck reserves. 
  • Quarter Life Poetry (quarterlifepoetry): My pleasures are plenty, my troubles are two.

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