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In this short animation Csaba Klement has so perfectly captured...

In this short animation Csaba Klement has so perfectly captured what a centaur would look like riding a bicycle, sports socks and all, perhaps if we ask them very, very nicely, they’ll illustrate what it would look like if a Handitaur went out for a bike ride too.

Creepy-Cute Provocative Illustrations Depict the Innocence of Self-Discovery

Sugary sweet yet erotic illustrations explore the transition of becoming a woman.

Teens shoot real-time, 4K drone footage of their boat being stolen, police recovers the vehicle

One of the greatest impacts of “drones” coming into our lives is the impact it has on photojournalism. Drones can go places that photographers just can’t go by foot. Here is a story that illustrates this perfectly (though its only relation to photography is the drone involved). According to ABC, a couple of teenagers – Chris [...]Show More Summary

Molly Crabapple's Mourning in America

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A convention virgin illustrates the Trumpocalypse.

Rossetti, Beatrice, a Portrait of Jane Morris, 1879. Dante...

Rossetti, Beatrice, a Portrait of Jane Morris, 1879. Dante Gabriel Rossetti was an English poet, illustrator, painter and translator. He founded the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in 1848 with William Holman Hunt and John Everett Millai...

Art Break: Tom Lovell

Muddy Colors has information on the book. Here is an earlier post about his work. I'm reminded of the old joke that an illustrator is an artist who can draw.

Here’s Why Energy Drinks Are Really, REALLY Bad for you [Short Film]

Energy drinks are really bad for you and you probably should never drink one. This short film illustrates why. [Bellpond] The post Here’s Why Energy Drinks Are Really, REALLY Bad for you [Short Film] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Stephen Reid by hauk sven Via...

Stephen Reid by hauk sven Via Flickr: The potpourri makers, 1931 Stephen Reid was a Scottish illustrator and painter who specialised in Georgian settings and costume pieces. Born in Aberdeen, he was educated Gray’s School of Art and the Royal Scottish Academy.

Rossetti, The Bower Meadow 1871-72. Dante Gabriel Rossetti was...

Rossetti, The Bower Meadow 1871-72. Dante Gabriel Rossetti was an English poet, illustrator, painter and translator. He founded the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in 1848 with William Holman Hunt and John Everett Millais.

WikiLeaks Emails Show DNC Favored Hillary Clinton Over Bernie Sanders During The Democratic Primary

On July 22, 2016 WikiLeaks released around 20,000 emails apparently from top DNC officials, illustrating that Democratic officials favored Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders. The email release, only days away from the Democratic Primary,...Show More Summary

These Illustrations of Iconic Sitcom Living Rooms Will Feed Your 90s Obsession

Illustrator Babak Ganjei is certainly no couch potato in his charming and nostalgic comics of 90s-sitcom living rooms.

Quality Matters, Celebrity Influence Does Not for Fashion Buyers: CashKaro Survey

CashKaro.com, India’s favorite cashback and coupon site has published a new report illustrating the consumer taste and preferences among the youth when it comes to Fashion. Fashion industry in India is definitely a big one but the online Fashion market has got bigger and better. Show More Summary

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A 40 year flashback to a 3-part series Sports Illustrated on religion in sports. A must-listen podcast for anyone in business or management: The value of giving value, aka Donald Miller goes to Chick-fil-A. CT visits The Ark Encounter. I loved this quote: Eric Metaxas is dismissive of historical errors in his latest book. A […]

Tippets: AMFF Presents Vintage Field & Stream Covers, Millgate on Floating the Salmon River

The American Museum of Fly Fishing has compiled an online portfolio and history of Field & Stream, including vintage illustrated covers. Read more about artists Arthur Davenport Fuller and Tom Rost via AMFF. Kris Millgate writes about floating and fishing … more ?

Behind the Batman: The Killing Joke Movie’s Approach to Batgirl, Sex, and Sexual Violence

Spoilers for Batman: The Killing Joke below. Few Batman stories are as iconic as Batman: The Killing Joke. Few are as controversial as it, too. Written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Brian Bolland and John Higgins, the story first appeared in 1988 and has subsequently become one of the ... More »

Clinton and Kaine Website Domain—Cybersquatter Posts ‘Hillary Potter’ Fan Fiction with Hilarious Illustrations

On Friday evening, Hillary Clinton announced Senator Tim Kaine as her vice presidential running mate. A cybersquatter has since created a Clinton and Kaine domain, and the website hosts some creative fan fiction that is starting to make waves. Show More Summary

The Dry Doom

I was reminded that I've posted every story from the September 1952 issue of Beware! Terror Tales #3 except for this one, also illustrated by Sheldon Moldoff (see our last post.) So we finally actually accomplished something this month...Show More Summary

"Flora and Fauna: Drawings by Francesca Anderson" opens at the Bruce Museum

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Artist Francesca Anderson specializes in capturing natural history in her exquisite illustrations of plants and wildlife. Twenty of her scratchboard and pen-and-ink drawings will be on view in the exhibition Flora and Fauna: Drawings by Francesca Anderson at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT. Show More Summary

Is the National Park Service ‘queering’ history?

A preservation group involved in Georgia's Paradise Gardens says its project illustrates how the National Park Service has been quietly transformed from within by activist appointees and a pro-LGBT hiring policy drafted for federal agencies.

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