Angelina Jolie. Maleficent. Summer 2014. HURRY UP.
Jennifer Lawrence, Hunger Games Godsend and Silver Linings Superstar, sat down with reporters and Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer.
One reported asked a question to Lawrence about body image (from his daughter). Her response was, obviously, perfect.
"There are shows like ‘The Fashion Police’ that are just showing these generations of young poeple to judge poeple based on all the wrong calues and that it’s OK to point at people and call them ugly or fat. They call it ‘fun’ and they say ‘welcome to the real world’, but that shouldn’t be the real world. It’s going to continue being the real world if we keep it that way. We have to stop treating eachother like that and stop calling each other fat. It’s disappointing that the media keeps it alive and fuels that fire. It’s something that really bothers me because I love to eat."
100 Diagrams That Changed the World by Scott Christianson.
From The Earliest Cave Paintings to the Innovation of the iPod
Infographics are cool (and trending) but you know what is cool? 100 most important diagrams that changed the human history, Scott Christianson decide to compile the most awesome diagrams in this book: do you think that prismatic circle that you see on photoshop is a creation from Adobe?, well Moses Harris did it in 1766, do you remember Dante’s Inferno?, well there’s a diagram for that, phases of the moon? Yeah Galileo did it, and of course Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man is there too.
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(via brain pickings)
It’s well-known that Jurassic Park was created through a combination of CGI and terrifying dinosaur-shaped robots, but there’s one important special effect they used in the film that is often neglected — namely, dudes in rubber suits.
Yep, the movie that convinced everyone that CGI was cool used good old-fashioned monster costumes, too. Steven Spielberg commissioned the legendary Stan Winston to create some practical effects for some parts of the film, because it’s one thing to tell your child actors to imagine they’re being chased through a kitchen and quite another to put a real Raptor face in front of them.
Winston’s team came up with a system that consisted of making the most realistic dinosaur puppets ever, then sticking a dude inside them.
Speaking of the famous kitchen scene, Stan Winston Studio supervisor John Rosengrant and concept designer Mark McCreery got the honor of donning actual Raptor costumes in that part of the movie — that’s Rosengrant in this shot:
Tattoo studio comes up with innovative print ad, love it!
Taylor Swift (ft. Nigel Thornberry)- I Knew You Were Trouble.
Otter plays with rock.
Easily one of the most adorable things ever. Look how he carries it around :D
Is it bad that I didn’t notice they were swapped until I got down to Vimeo and Youtube?
No words can describe how much I need these.
A combination of four animals, Ganesha is made of Man, Elephant, Serpent, and Mouse. The large head symbolizes the wisdom as well as auspiciousness and strength. The trunk symbolizes discrimination (knowing when and how to use it; lift a tree branch…or a simple pine cone), which is the most important quality necessary for spiritual progress.