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A Crazy Little Cartoon Called Breadwinners

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Are you a fan of freaky toons like Ren & Stimpy, The Misadventures of Flapjack and Rocko's Modern Life?

Me too, which is why I really enjoyed this animated short by Gary Doodles and Steve Borst called Breadwinners. It's full of frenetic energy, duck billed doofuses and massive bread explosions!

--via Cartoon Brew


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Surreal Sculptural Paintings By Shaka

Graffiti artist and painter Shaka, aka Marchal Mithouard, enjoys sharing his unique sculptural visions with the world, but is the world ready for Shaka's style?

His imaginative works combine a painting and a sculptured piece that makes the viewer feel llike the subject is coming right out at them.

With all those squiggles everywhere viewing Shaka's works is like looking into the mouth of madness!

Link  --via Juxtapoz

(Previously on Neatorama--Shaka's 3d Paintings)


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Fan Made Trailer For A Captain Planet Movie

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I don't remember Captain Planet being such a badass back in the day, and the Planeteers are all grown up now and looking fierce!

Here's a fan made film that takes a serious look at what a live action Captain Planet movie might look like, complete with sharp visual effects and an updated look for the cartoon eco-hero.

--via Comics Alliance


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Unique Sculptural Scenes Crafted From The Pages Of Books

We've seen other works of literary art, like the carved book works of Guy Laramee and the mystery book sculptures left in libraries across Scotland, but this series of literary sculptures by Oklahoma based artist Kelly Campbell Berry have a lot more character than the competition!

Each sculpted book depicts characters from classic literary works coming to life across the pages, acting out scenes from the book and posing for a fabulous tableau.  

Link  --via DesignTAXI


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The Joy Of Leading Soldiers Into Battle

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Who knew leading an infantry charge would be such an ordeal?

Join Rhys Darby, of Flight of the Conchords fame, as he discovers that leading a phalanx of soldiers into battle isn't as easy as simply yelling "Charge!"

--via Gizmodo


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New Star Wars Animated Series - Detours

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From one of the guys that brought you a little scifi franchise called Star Wars (George Lucas) and one of the guys responsible for the toy-motion bonanza known as Robot Chicken (Seth Green) comes a very new animated series - Star Wars: Detours.

Your favorite wacky space characters are given a shiny new look, big heads and some expanded waistlines, all for the sake of animated comedy! 

--via DesignTAXI


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A Dark Knight BatPod Made Out Of Scrap Metal Parts

An industrious biker/Dark Knight fan built this sweet looking, and fully functional, BatPod motorcycle out of scrap metal and spare parts, so now he gets to ride around his town in Vietnam looking like a boss.

All together this badass Batman bike cost creator Tung Lam a mere $480 bucks to build! I guess you don't need to be a billionaire to ride like Bruce Wayne...

Link  --via Obvious Winner


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Bender-D2 Cosplay Hits The Con Floor

A rare hybrid droid was spotted at the Star Wars Celebration VI in Florida, and the myriad of scifi universes orbiting spinning around inside our minds will never be the same.

Bending unit Bender Bending Rodriguez has been combined with adorable R2 unit R2-D2, and the results are spectacular? 

Result of asking Bender-D2 what he's doing at Celebration VI - "Bite my shiny metal beep-boop-beep-bop-bip-boop!"

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A Little Box Of Treasures From Disneyland

Even though this may look like a box full of junk, Disney Imagineer Fritz would rather think of it as a case containing pleasant memories and important artifacts from his time working at Disneyland.

Fritz has been sharing his little box of wonders with the world via his blog since 2010, and even though the items don't look like much with a little imagination you can see how they symbolize the crafting magic behind Disneyland.

Link  --via Laughing Squid


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Space Age Hair Fashions Of Yore

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Enter the futuristic world promised to us by such hit shows as The Jetsons and Lost In Space, without having to board a space ship or battle pesky aliens.

All it takes is a snazzy new space age hairdo and an attitude, at least according to this kooky video from the 1960s that shows how modern women should wear their hair.

Talk about your space age hairdos! 

--via BoingBoing


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All Dressed Up And Nowhere To Go

Photo: alasam/Flickr

Did you dress up your furry family members for Halloween, only to decide that taking them out trick-or-treating is a bad idea?

Then do what Flickr member alasam did and turn dress up into a photo shoot!

You'll have some precious photo memories of your pets all dressed up for Halloween, and they'll have a look in their eye that says "I'm not enjoying the photo shoot as much as you are..."

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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This Zombie Pineapple Would Make One Mean Pina Colada

Not all Halloween carvings must be rendered in pumpkin, this pineapple zombie is downright scary without the candle and orange skin!

It was created by DeviantARTist kjas with a pineapple, some Laffy Taffy, black raspberry jam blood and a pair of custom eyes.

Link  --via Obvious Winner

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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How Images Were Manipulated Before Photoshop

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!

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Custom Made Beer Growlers For The Microbrew Elite

These amazing ceramic growlers are made by Montana based company Carlburg Pottery, and they're sure to appeal to beer lovers worldwide.

Each growler is a one-of-a-kind custom ceramic creation, so you'll never get caught with the same growler as someone else when you arrive at your local brewery.

And when you're done getting your drink on you have an amazing work of art to place on your shelf until the next beer fest!

Link  --via Laughing Squid


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A Collection Of Boba Fett Helmet Variants For Make-A-Wish

These awesome variant Boba Fett helmets were charitably created and donated to the Make-A-Wish foundation by special effects companies and designers such as WETA and Sideshow Collectibles.

The many themed Fett protectors, based on Battlestar Galactica, Total Recall and Iron Man just to name a few, will be auctioned off to financially benefit the foundation.

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Scary Cute Animated Short - The Colors Of Evil

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Animators Phillip Simon and Alyse Miller aim to change your perception of evil with this wickedly cute animated short entitled The Colors Of Evil.

Watch as the gates of Hell are thrown open, and a demon emerges unlike any you've ever seen before!

--via i09


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A Tim Burton Inspired Pokemon Menagerie

These crude yet utterly adorable sketches are by Vaughn Pinpin, who decided to show the world what Pokemon would look like if they were drawn by Tim Burton.

The only thing that would make this series better would be if Tim Burton actually drew them, then started making a series of animated shorts based on his scraggly version of Pokemon.

With the look of these little guys I'm not so sure anyone will want to catch them all...

Link   --via JazJaz


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A Handsomely Decorated Halloween Cake

Photo: Megpi/Flickr

 

Photo: Megpi/Flickr 


Photo: Megpi/Flickr

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!

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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Men Dressed As Handbags Invade Hollywood

Photo: City Of West Hollywood/Flickr

They're just a bunch of handbags out on the town, no big deal on the fashionable Hollywood streets. 

Wait, this picture was taken during the 2011 Halloween festivities in West Hollywood? That explains the clown...

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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This German Theme Park Has The Halloween Spirit

Photo: Harald Hoyer/Flickr

Photo: Oliver Mallich/Flickr

This is what the German theme park Europa-Park looks like around Halloween, complete with a massive smiling jack-o-lantern with a hidden rollercoaster inside.

Stay tuned for more fun images of Halloween celebrations from around the globe!

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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This Costume Is For The Birds

Photo: Brent Moore/Flickr

This clever Melanie Daniels costume, a character from Hitchcock's classic horror film The Birds, is so easy to put together that anyone can make it.

All you need is a vintage dress and jacket, blonde wig, some stuffed birds and lots of fake blood.

Slash the jacket for added horrific effect, maybe add a wound effect or two to your face and you've got a memorable Halloween costume in the making. 

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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The King Is Back And Barking Up A Storm

Photo: Aphrodite-In-NYC/Flickr

Elvis may have physically "left the building", but his spirit lives on inside this cute little dressed up dog!

He ain't a hound dog, but his barkin' all the time drives the poodles in skirts wild. I think they're blinded by this little guy's bold personality and oversized belt buckle.

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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Celebrating Halloween In Antartica

Photo: Mykie Hoban/Flickr

These happy food shaped revellers are stationed at McMurdo research station in Antartica, but that didn't stop them from throwing on their costumes and having some Halloween fun.

They're dressed as Flunch- a flight lunch: 2 sandwiches, chips, apple, a juice box and a Kit Kat. What a fun and healthy meal!

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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Did Vincent Van Gogh Just Walk Through The Door?

Photo:Matthew David Powell/Flickr

This clever costume really brings the Van Gogh theme to life, and aside from that wire around his head it looks like a fairly comfortable costume to wear.

We applaud this guy's painting skills, creativity, and the fact that he still has both of his ears!

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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This Roadkill Cat Decoration Is All Sorts Of Wrong

Photo: Mandy Jouan/Flickr

This roadkill kittie decoration may not be to your taste, but at least it will spark up conversation when the legions of candy crazed children arrive at your doorstep!

Now, before your heart drops remember- this is only a plushie, no cats were harmed in the making of this hilariously tacky decoration.

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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Even Budgies Like To Get In On The Halloween Fun

Photo: budgiejen/Flickr

Dogs and cats aren't the only animals that like to get into the Halloween spirit, even these budgies enjoy doing some tricks for a treat or two.

They're members of the group Feathered Friends of the Great Pumpkin, and they always enjoy taking a group shot with a few of their pumpkin pals!

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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Fun Finding Nemo Anemone Costume

Photo: Stella Hwang/Flickr

Clever costumer Stella Hwang created this fun Finding Nemo costume with a bunch of balloons and a Nemo plush. 

The illusion is completed when you view this costume from far away and Nemo starts "swimming" around! 

Love Halloween and cosplay? Check out our Halloween Blog!

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Halloween Costumes From Yesteryear

The times may be a-changin', but the Halloween fun of wearing costumes stays relatively the same.

Join us as we take a tour of Halloween costumes and sugar laced revelry from the last hundred years or so.

You'll laugh, you'll cringe and you'll soon find out that things don't change much when it comes to dressing up for Halloween!

Photo: rich701/Flickr

Even in 1917 dressing in drag was a popular costume choice for Halloween, and since this was a year found smack dab in the middle of World War I dressing in military gear was also a popular choice.

However, the combination of drag and olive drab makes this one group you wouldn't want to run into while you're on shore leave.

Photo: State Library of Queensland, Australia/Flickr

A little bunny girl captured on film way back in 1922 in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, and she looks like she's ready to have a hopping good time out on the town.

It's nice to see that DIY Halloween fashion hasn't changed much in the last 90 years.

Photo: Foxtongue/Flickr

The band of gypsys shown here look like they're up to no good, and once again they prove that Halloween can be a real drag!

I hope these ne'er-do-wells don't drag their younger siblings down with them, or else 1930 is going to be the beginning of their careers as petty criminals...

Photo: WayneRay/Flickr

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!

Photo: State Library Of Queensland, Australia/Flickr

Here's a picture from 1946 of a boy wearing what is described as a "cockney style outfit", which looks a bit disco biker to me.

And is that a real live bird on his shoulder? This kid's got a lot of moxy, I tell ya what...

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Art-o-Mat- A Cigarette Machine Converted To Sell Art

Once upon a time you dropped your money in the slot and pulled for a pack of cigarettes, now these renovated cig machines dole out miniature works of art.

They've been converted by Clark Whittington, of Artists-In-Cellophane out of North Carolina, since 1997, and I hope one makes its way to one of my neighborhood bars!

The "smoke 'em if you got 'em" days may be long gone, but these diner and barroom fixtures live on.

Link  --via Laughing Squid


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Hyperrealistic Ball Point Pen Drawings

This stunning portrait of a fiery redheaded girl is by Samuel Silva, an illustrator who really knows his way around a ball point pen!

Samuel's use of color elevates his works above the standard realistic portraits rendered in black ink, and adds to the realism and warmth of each piece.

Link  --via JazJaz


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