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Kick off the Easter weekend with the Best of the Web!

Excitement abounds as we venture into four days of total and utter bacchanalian hedonism and embark on a mission to consume diabetes inducing amounts of chocolate: it’s nearly a four-day weekend. Start as you mean to go on: eyes glued to It’s Nice That, as we present this week’s Best of the Web.

There wasn’t a dry eye in the house when here at INT HQ we learned of the felicitous news that Tracey Emin had married a rock. Romance isn’t dead! We love her even more now. (Emily)

High-Rise is on my list of things to see over the long weekend. In Time Out the director Ben Wheatley talks about six objects that inspired the look of the film (Owen)

Pieces of a man: the passions of photo collector Samuel J Wagstaff – in pictures on The Guardian (Katrina)

The man behind the Barbican’s lovely Building the Brutal site has created a rather marvellous online lunar phase calculator. (Emily)

Really interesting ad for the Paris Opera, appealing to a new audience. Feels very exciting and modern. I’d probably go! (Callum)

“How my art degree has made me a better tech CEO” from Fast Company. (Alex)

It’s a question that’s been left unanswered for almost 90 years – when will someone turn Mondrian’s art into a playable game of pong? Well ladies and gentlemen that day has finally arrived. Introducing MondriPong. (Simon)