Such was The Da Vinci Code, people believe descendants of Atlanteans and Lemurians still inhabit this Earth. Some create giant Greek statues. Others develop a variety of arithmetic, or Scientology, maybe. But Dosh & Ghostband? They've really locked down "Produce Section" on the pre-society ripe.
Ron Howard doesn't do sequels. The director has been hard at work in the film industry for decades, and he has been cranking out original works year after year, from Splash and Ransom to A Beautiful Mind and In The Heart of the Sea. But every couple of years,...
I wasn't the greatest fan of the first two Dan Brown movies. Maybe there was too much expectation around the movie version of a blockbuster book, all featuring Tom Hanks, but it didn't really pan out. Years after The Da Vinci Code and Angels...Show More Summary
It’s been a decade since The Da Vinci Code hit theaters and seven years since the same team adapted Angels & Demons and it’s a little surprising just how little director Ron Howard‘s adaptations of author Dan Brown’s art history-themed airport thrillers have remained in pop culture consciousness. Show More Summary
“The world’s greatest mind is facing his greatest challenge.” So touts the first full trailer for Inferno, again starring Tom Hanks as symbologist/humanity savior Robert Langdon. He’s the unlikely action hero created by Dan Brown, and...Show More Summary
Leonardo Da Vinci. (Photo: Public Domain) Dan Brown, who gave us tomes like The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, and words like "symbologist," is donating €300,000, or around $337,500, to a Dutch library with a vast collection of books...Show More Summary
Spoilers ahead for episode nine of Game of Thrones. Like the Mona Lisa removed from da Vinci’s verdant landscape and plunked in front of Hieronymus Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights, Sansa Stark’s smile at the end of “The Battle of the Bastards” is all the more enigmatic for the madness ... More »
Da Vinci's Demons star Laura Haddock confirms in a humorous video that she has joined the cast of Michael Bay's Transformers: The Last Knight.
This 3-in-1 from XYZprinting handles two of its tasks (3D printing and laser etching) fairly well, but you'll be disappointed by the 3D-scanning features.
Just like the decade it came to represent, the beehive was revolutionary.
da Vinci’s versatile 3D printer not only outputs ABS & PLA objects on a heated bed, but it can do 3D scans, and can be upgraded with an $199 laser engraver for cutting designs into leather, cardboard, wood and plastic. A junior model for beginners is also in the works.
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Lots of us get to take home a little e-waste from work once in a while to feed our hacking habits. But some guys have all the luck and score the really good stuff, which is how these robotic surgical tools came to be gesture controlled. The...Show More Summary
Margaret Vinci Heldt, a famed Chicago beautician, celebrity hairstylist, National Coiffure champion, and the creator of the iconic beehive hairdo, has died. She was 98-years-old. Though Margaret Vinci Heldt was known for a lot of things, especially in the beauty world, she was most well know as the creator of the beehive — a hairdo... Show More Summary
Also: The last primary of the year is underway in Washington, D.C.; Venezuela eases its two day work week; and Margaret Vinci Heldt, creator of the beehive hairdo, has died.
A legend is with us no more: Margaret Vinci Heldt, creator of the beehive, has died at age 98. Read more...
Mrs. Heldt was credited with teasing, sculpting and spraying the first conical up do in 1960.
Finally, everybody's second favorite da Vinci nude is now available as an action figure. "What's everybody's first favorite nude?" David. "David was sculpted by Michelangelo." Boy is my face red. And palms hairy. Finally, everybody's first favorite da Vinci nude is now available as an action figure. Show More Summary
Part of Max Factory’s Table Museum series, the Figma Vitruvian Man translates Leonardo da Vinci’s famous sketch into a three-dimensional and articulated figure. Just like the drawing, the 6? figure has an extra pair of arms and legs so you can go wild with poses.
Rebecca Gowers has a delightful Guardian piece attacking the attackers of “horrible words,” a pastime always dear to my heart. Here’s her paragraph on prigs: In Middlemarch, George Eliot has Fred Vincy make the splendid observation that “correct English is the slang of prigs”. The word slang started as a low term for low terms […]