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The Odd Life Of Timothy Green Ruined Their Day

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(Spoiler Alert-If you really wanna see Timothy Green spoiler-free, watch this hilarious video after you see the movie)

Somebody told these kids that The Odd Life Of Timothy Green is the "feel good movie of the summer", so they begged their parents to take them.

Now their young lives are ruined and there's nothing their parents, Disney or anybody else can do about it!

--via Geek Tyrant


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What Lies Beneath The Metal Skin Of Pixar's Cars

These fun Pixar's Cars themed internal anatomy illustrations are by Jake Parker, and I think they just made the whole talking car thing a bit creepier.

Jake's illustrations have come a long way from their humble beginnings back in 2008 (link below), and I hope he creates one of these cool diagram for every character.

One question comes to mind when I look at these drawings- do the dealerships scoop the brains out of the vehicles before they sell them, or is that procedure dealt with at the factory?

Link  --via i09

(previously on Neatorama-Dissecting Lightning McQueen of Pixar's Cars)


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Baxter The Lion Dog

Photo: JeanninePC99/Flickr

Photo: JeanninePC99/Flickr

Most dogs dream of being a big, bad wolf but old Baxter here dreams of being a fierce Lion.

Here he is all dressed up and ready to ROAR!

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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Creepy Collage Mask Is Super Creepy

Photo: Huberton/Flickr

Flickr user Huberton stumbled upon the awesome power this collage mask bestows upon you- it makes people want to avoid talking to you by any means!

He made the mask out of face bits from GQ magazine, but I guess the handsome male model factor goes out the window when you start combining bits of different faces!

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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Halloween Guard Seen In Stockholm, Sweden

Photo: Per Ola Wiberg/Flickr

The spookiest time of the year is nearly upon us, and the Halloween Guard has appeared to make sure that all those ghoulish games don't get out of hand.

He speaks softly but carries a big fork, and he's sworn to protect Halloween fun!

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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Graffiti Mural Depicting Gruesome Trick-Or-Treaters

Photo: Randy Haaga/Flickr

This neat trick-or-treater inspired graffiti mural was spotted by Randy Haaga and son in Houston, Texas.

The costumed kids in the painting look pretty scary, and the little guy in the picture looks like he's truly terrified...but he's not!

He actually likes the painting, and wishes he could join in on the Halloween fun!

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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The Halloween Snowman Cometh

Photo: James Insogna/Flickr

If you're lucky enough to live where there's snow falling in October, then you can make your own scary snowman just like James Insogna of Boulder, Colorado did for Halloween last year.

Creating gruesome decorations out of snow can be fun, but warn your kids about the danger of eating colored snow!

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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I'm Not Gonna Make It To Halloween!

Photo: Tattoed JJ/Flickr

I'm so excited about Halloween that I decided to put my pumpkin out early, and this is what happened to poor old Jack.

Take it from me: don't go putting your pumpkins out too early, or you'll be wishing you hadn't come Halloween night!

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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Turning Life Into A Playable Video Game

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Daniel Disselkoen had a really interesting concept in mind while working on his graduation project "Remake Reality"- what if life could be more like a video game?

His response is Man-eater, a fun little art installation/inspiration for imaginative tram riders that encourages passengers to play along.

You close one eye and imagine that little Man-eater in the window gobbling up pedestrians as you ride the tram across town.

Doesn't that sound like a fun way to pass the time on public transportation?

--via JazJaz


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A Silent Hill Version Of SpongeBob SquarePants

This is what SpongeBob SquarePants would look like if he was born and raised in the madness of Silent Hill, instead of the calm waters of Bikini Bottom.

He's terrifying to behold, but I'm pretty sure he didn't get his job flipping burgers because of his good looks and customer service skills.

(Scary SpongeBob created by deviantArtist Warnerator)

Link  --via GeekTyrant


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Street Jewelry Installations By Liesbet Bussche

Liesbet Bussche is a street artist who wants to add a bit of class, and proper jewelry accents, to all that ugly junk hanging around the city streets.

She adds her whimsical touches, like earring backs, half heart pendants and glowing chains, to the stuff on the side of the road, and the city gains about a hundred style points overnight.

Link  --via Beautiful/Decay


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Water Light Graffiti

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This water activated LED light installation was created by Antonin Fourneau, and it looks like it would be fun to mess around with on a hot summer day!

The LED are "illuminated by the contact of water. You can use a paintbrush, a water atomizer, your fingers or anything damp to sketch a brightness message or just to draw."

--via Cheezburger


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Xenomorph Tyrannosaurus Made Out Of LEGO

This is the dreaded LegoXenoTyranno, but you can call him Alien Rex. 

A crafty builder named Retinence drew inspiration from a concept design by nebezial and created this impressive looking LEGO sculpture, complete with all sorts of pokey things and sharp bits.

It's the scariest critter I've ever seen rendered in LEGO, and kinda looks like a badass version of Grimlock from Transformers.

Link  --via Obvious Winner


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A Musical Performance On The New York Subway

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I'm pretty sure this New York subway performance by the Stay Human band was well rehearsed, mainly because of the perfect camera angles and posed players, but that doesn't make it any less fun to watch!

Dig on some soulful subway grooves, played by some dapper fellows who always travel in style and like to get a few licks in on their way to the gig.

--via AnimalNY


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Lenticular LEGO Portrait Of Batman And Joker

This awesome piece of optical LEGO art was created by Arthur Gugick, a man who had a vision of Batman and the Joker on the same piece of LEGO art then made his vision come true.

Tilt it one way-you've got the Caped Crusader, tilt it the other way you've got Mr. Joker in all his glory.

Arthur's superheroic work has added another angle to the world of LEGO art!

Link  --via Geekologie


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An Old Timey Song Based On Bioshock

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It's The Bioshock Song, a new tune based on the video game Bioshock, which has a Big Band sound and really charming lyrics.

Rapture may be gone, but Andrew Ryan's legacy lives on in song!

--via Destructoid


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Concept Art For A Sandman Movie That Will Never Be

Neil Gaiman's seminal comic book series Sandman changed the face of mature rated comic books forever, and made readers expect more from their illustrated storylines. 

A Sandman adaptation may not have made it to the big screen, but these beautiful concept art sketches by Jill Thompson live on.

So peruse these drawings and imagine what could have been in the world of dreams...

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Dave Cooper + Nick Cross = PigGoatBananaMantis!

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Dave Cooper is one of my favorite cartoonists, and Nick Cross is one of my fav modern animators, so the thought of these two guys working together on a new series called PigGoatBananaMantis! sends me straight to toon heaven!

Watch the trailer for this whacked out new series and toon out everything else...it's totally worthy of your attention...


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The Bundle Of Creative Energy Known As DOMA

The artist collective known as DOMA has created a wide variety of artworks, installations and lots of stuff that defies categorization since they first came together fifteen years ago.

Today, their works add color and life to city streets as well as gallery walls, and encountering a DOMA "happening" is like bearing witness to a spontaneous eruption of psychedelic color.

Check out the links below and you'll see just how colorful DOMA can be!

Link  --via Beautiful/Decay


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Beautiful Animal Sculptures By Beth Cavener Stichter

I really like the look of these savage animal sculptures by Beth Cavener Stichter.

Their rough clay finish makes the critters look as if they've just come into creation and have yet to have their forms polished and smoothed out.

They're part of her new series entitled Come Undone, a series full of raw texture and majestic natural beauty.

Link  --via Hi Fructose


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Now You Can Take The Air From New York City With You

Now transplanted New Yorkers can take the smell of their beloved NYC with them wherever they go, thanks to this Canned Air novelty product.

It's part of a series of canned air from cities across the globe being sold on Etsy, and claims to contain air that is "20% Empire State Building, 10% Grand Central Terminal, 10% Chrysler Building, 20% Statue of Liberty, 10% Little Italy and Chinatown, 10% Brooklyn Bridge, 10% Times Square, 10% Central Park."

Link  --via AnimalNY


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Vintage Photographs Of Female Sword Swallowers

Everybody likes watching a good sideshow act, and sword swallowing is one of those deadly cool acts that elicits lots of oohs and aahs.

Of course, it doesn't hurt if the performer is a gorgeous gal sporting an eye-catching getup.

Enjoy this gallery of vintage photos featuring brave performers risking their lives for the sake of sideshow entertainment.

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Falcon Helmet Cam Video Makes You Feel Like You're Flying

Falconers in Abu Dhabi have created a mini helmet cam for their falcons, so they can (almost) see through the eyes of the bird as it takes to the air, soaring free and hunting prey.

You can see a video recorded with this amazingly tiny helmet cam at the link below, it's really amazing to watch but there is a scene where the bird hunts down another bird, so it's not for the squeamish.

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Harry Potter Themed Couture Dress Designs

These couture fashion design sketches were created by DeviantARTist DistantDreamer, and they're based on the four houses from Hogwarts School in the Harry Potter series.

They look surprisingly wearable, and less witchy than I'd expect from anything Harry Potter themed, although the Gryffindor dress does look something a shaman might wear out on the town.

Link  --via GeekTyrant


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Stop Motion Animation Created With Spreadsheets

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Creating a fluid and interesting stop motion animation can be tedious enough, but when you decide to animate via spreadsheet you're just asking for trouble!

Apparently Joe Penna, aka Mystery Guitar Man, likes tedious trouble, as he and his team converted 730 frames of video into this blocky stop motion music video.

--via Endgadget


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LOST Themed Baby Nursery

This Dharma Initiative approved baby nursery will be totally LOST on the new addition to your family, but maybe they'll appreciate it when they grow up and watch the show for themselves.

There are all sorts of fun little visual elements in this nursery, including a stuffed polar bear, baby food with Dharma Initiative labels, and a cute little airplane mobile that hopefully won't crash into the sleeping baby's head.

Geeky parents have way too much fun with home decor!

Link  --via Nerd Approved

See more about baby and kids at NeatoBambino

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F-Bomb, Sexting And Other Words Being Added To The Dictionary

The Merriam-Webster dictionary is getting some not so necessary additions, including f-bomb, sexting and brain cramp, that really define the slangy modern state of the good old English language.

These new additions are sure to vex the older generation, vindicate students involved in English class arguments, and turn future Scrabble games into a total mess.

What do you think- are the new word additions necessary or just a way to sell more dictionaries?

Link  --via Geekologie


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Fire Tire Sculptures By Gal Weinstein

These strange yet masterfully crafted sculptures are by Gal Weinstein, an Israeli artist who created the tire fires as a statement concerning pollution.

They are made out of (among other things) wool, wax and a not so eco-friendly medium-styrofoam.

Still, as works of art it's unlikely that they'll end up in a trash dump anytime soon, and the highly sculptable medium allowed Gal to add a lot of detail to these remarkable pieces.

Link  --via Juxtapoz


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A TARDIS Themed Delorean

This is the CARDIS- a TARDIS styled Delorean that may be the end result of Doc Brown and The Doctor meeting up somewhere in time and space.

The old "bigger on the inside" TARDIS factor would really make a difference when applied to the somewhat small interior of the Delorean, especially if the time travelling duo want to bring their companions along for the ride!

Link  --via Geek Tyrant

(Image credit: Worth1000 member Pacta)


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A Cityscape Made Out Of Staples

This is one cityscape where loose sheets of paper won't be blowing down the street.

It's a cityscape called Ephemicropolis, and it was created by British artist Peter Root, who used over 100,000 staples in its creation.

The entire piece measures approximately 235 X 117 inches, with the "tallest" building measuring in at a whopping 4 and 3/4 inches high.

Link  --via DesignTAXI


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