The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art is hosting an exhibition made up of 200 photos which were altered or manipulated in some way between 1840 and 1900, well before the advent of digital image manipulation via programs like Photoshop.
They should have called the exhibition Ye Olde Way To Shoppe A Photo!
This elegantly simple Halloween themed cake has a gnarly frosting tree crawling up the side, lots of sweet ghosts, black cats, pumpkins and bats, and the top is emblazoned with a spider's web bearing a birthday greeting.
It's a sweet work of cake art, and it looks like it was made with frosting, instead of fondant, so it was probably delicious to booooo-t!
A public school teacher from Waterdown, Ontario Canada decided to show her love of Halloween by wearing this festive ensemble- jester style hat, mask, striped scarf with pumpkin medallion and striped skirt to match.
My, don't you look like the cat's meow Miss Crabapple!
Retro computer junk is all the rage in the world of geeky electronic music, so when I saw a video posted by MrSolidSnake745 in which the Ghostbusters theme song is played by eight floppy drives I thought "why not?"
Now that I've watched the video I know what the buzz is about- this is the best floppy drive rendition I've ever heard, and that's saying a lot considering how many of these silly floppy styled videos are on the interwebs!
Artist Andrew Wilson created this colorful and incredibly detailed illustration dedicated to the hit movies that came out in 1988, appropirately enough for the Gallery 1988's show called Crazy 4 Cult 6.
A lot of great movies came out in 1988, which one of the flicks pictured above is your favorite?