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A Public Service Announcement About Spiders


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Dan Lucal would like everyone to know that "a lot of people die because of this and I would like to alert the public of it."

You might be wondering what this is....the answer- spiders in your shoes!

Thank you Dan, because of your heroic public service announcement I won't be caught off guard by those pesky shoe dwelling spiders ever again.

--via Boing Boing

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The Wizard Of Oz Starring Gary Busey



Let's all petition Hollywood studios to remake The Wizard Of Oz, except we'll make them cast Gary Busey in each and every role.

Flying Busey monkeys, Busey faced munchkins, and Glinda Busey the Good Witch, oh my!

I wonder if this will spawn a Tumblr dedicated to images with Busey's face 'shopped on everything- let the insanity begin!

Link  --via Videogum

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Animated Short - Mountain


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This animated short is called Mountain, and even though it was created with minimalist vector shapes it's rich with depth, animated motion and expression.

It was created by David Prosser of Studio AKA, and it was inspired by a trip he took to Seoul, South Korea.

I really like the character designs, and the story kept me entertained until the very end. Enjoy!

--via Drawn

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Playground Designed By Friends With You



A mall in Hong Kong has a playground designed by art collective Friends With You, and I am soooooo jealous!

Not that I'd fit on any of the playground equipment, and I guess it would look a bit creepy if I was just hanging out digging on the whimsical candy striped playground.

I guess it's better if I experience the Friends With You playground experience on the interwebs after all...

Link  --via Super Punch

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Portable 3D Printer In A Briefcase


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This is the PopFab, an all-in-one 3d printer, precision cutter and CNC mill contained in a sturdy briefcase.

It was created by MIT researchers Ilan Moyer and Nadya Peek, and it represents the next step forward in 3d printing- portability.

If you have stuff to print but need to stay mobile the PopFab will come with you, ready to spit out bits of extruded plastic wherever you go.

--via Gizmodo

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Morphing Figures By Joram Roukes



These edgy artworks by Joram Roukes depict characters that appear to be in the middle of morphing into something else entirely, an abstract concept which works quite well with Joram's style.

It's all at once messy yet detailed, looks like a collage yet is fully painted, and the blending of realistic and cartoon styles make them really pop on the canvas.

Link  --via Beautiful/Decay

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Custom Built Warhammer 40K Servo Skull



This awesomely gruesome Servo Skull sculpture was created by Spooky777, who used a medical skull model to give it a realistic edge and plenty of ewww factor.

In the world of Warhammer 40k:
SERVO-SKULLS are drone-like devices fashioned from human skulls [...] and then given a rudimentary Machine spirit, support systems, and anti-gravity engine to allow them to hover and drift bodiless through the air.

If nothing else, this sculpture will make for a great conversation piece!

Link  --via Obvious Winner

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Boys Minute Starring Will Arnett


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Actor and comedian Will Arnett is looking to inspire a new generation of boys to grow up and become manly men through sports, video games and attitude.

Here's part one of his new web series Boys Minute, which was produced by Smart Girls, so you know that behind every good man is a great gal!

--via Stuff I Stole From The Internet

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Hair + Architecture = Hairchitecture



The project known as Hairchitecture presents the challenge of combining hair and architecture into an extremely geometric cut.

Ranging from downright silly (pictured above) to much tamer stepped cuts, this Hairchitecture thing will probably catch on at salons across the globe, then there will be nothing left but to shave our heads!

Link  --via Laughing Squid

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Kid President Grills Pendleton Ward


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Kid President asks Pendleton Ward, creator of the animated series Adventure Time, some tough questions about his beard, childhood and friendship.

This video made me wish we could have a kid in the white house for a day just so they can make lots of prank phone calls and hilarious speeches!

--via Cartoon Brew

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25 Crazy Photos From The Olympics Opening Ceremony



The opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympics in London will go down in history as one of the wackiest, and most theatrical, displays of national pride ever seen at the games.

There were Ravers, Voldemort puppets and lots of rock n roll. It was brightly burning testament to the fashion, music and creativity of the U.K.

Enjoy this gallery of images from the opening ceremony, they won't make you feel like you're there but they will save you lots of time and money!

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Vintage Pics Of Summer Fun



Oh the joys of summer- outdoor barbecues, beach blanket bingo and breaking a sweat without moving a muscle. Summertime is in full swing, so let's take a gander at these vintage pics of people having fun in the sun!

Why go outside, risk getting skin cancer and get chewed up by insects when you can live vicariously through these photos?

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Marvel Unleashes The All Winners Squad



I was overjoyed when I found out that Marvel is making an animated web series called All Winners Squad, which features Howard the Duck and some lesser known characters like Squirrel Girl, Hypno Hustler and Ruby Tuesday (the dome headed super not the restaurant chain).

This reject squad series looks like it will be a laugh riot, but they'd better do right by that Duck or I will seethe with nerd rage!

--via Comics Alliance

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Artists Profile - I Am DAIN


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Brooklyn based artist DAIN has been creating seriously cool collages since way back, and his style has influenced many artists in the decades since his emergence.

This wonderful documentary profiles the now elderly artist, and sheds light on what makes him tick and what it means to be an artist, all the while giving us a rare glimpse of DAIN's world.

Even though this video is a few years old, it's a must see for art lovers and if you haven't seen it already then it's new to you!

--via Beautiful/Decay

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The Avengers Hit The Town


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Now that the Avengers have once again saved the world, it's time for a little R&R- running and romping!

Watch as they chase a downright fugly version of Loki around town, pausing to take in the occasional guitar solo or to harass drivers.

The Avengers have assembled, and they are looking a bit disheveled.

--via Stuff I Stole From The Internet

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Kooky Comic Strips By Anne Emond



Anne Emond creates comic strips which combine a decidedly strange sense of humor with awkward, everyday situations.

From relatable funny to downright wtf, Anne's strips are a series of peculiar panels that are sure to brighten your day.

Check them out and validate your everyday strangeness.

Link  --via Juxtapoz

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Fargo - A Documentary


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Fargo is the Coen Brothers movie that had everyone going around saying "dontcha know" and "you betcha!" for a while way back in the mid-90s, and it's so highly regarded that it was inducted into the U.S. National Film Registry for being "culturally significant."

It's one of those rare multi-genre movies that actually works, and watching this making-of documentary made me love Fargo even more than before.

--via Slash Film

 

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The Giant Kuratas Battle Mech



You don't want to mess with Suidobashi Heavy Industry, or they will unleash their newest creation upon you- the KR01 Kuratas Battle Mech.

Standing 13 foot tall and sporting some rather menacing hardware, this badass million dollar robo-suit might be the future of mechanized combat, once they set it up to fire live ammo.

Currently, the Kuratas fires 6000 BB rounds when the pilot flashes a smile, so you might not be safe even if you're on the pilot's good side.

Link  --via Obvious Winner

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Driftwood Doilies By NeSpoon



These driftwood doilies make the beach look like it has been invaded by spiders spinning lace webs, adding an air of mystery and a touch of delicate grace seaside.

Created by Polish outdoor artist NeSpoon then placed on wooden scraps littered across Oak Beach along the Baltic Sea, the artist was pleased to discover that the public really enjoyed the driftwood doilies for the week or so that they survived.

Perhaps the lace spiders will return again next year, to produce more eye pleasing woven doilies for beachcombers to admire.

Link  --via Laughing Squid

(previously on Neatorama- Doily Beach)

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Drowned Soldiers Diorama By Nicolas Cabaret



This neat yet creepy work of sculptural art is titled Baba Yaga, and it tells a frightening story without the need for dialog or moving images.

The colored water effect is quite fantastic, and the whole spooky scene is quite compelling, urging you to create the story for yourself.

Link  --via Super Punch

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Colorful Sculptures By TYPOE



Multimedia/graffiti artist TYPOE creates some colorfully chaotic works that really pop.

I stumbled upon his works on the Book of Faces and I thought to myself "Well, color me impressed!"

TYPOE is working on new ways to blow our minds in his  magical Miami workshop, and I can't wait to see more....

Link   Facebook LINK

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Calvin And Hobbes GIFs



These awesome Calvin and Hobbes GIFs remind us of how cute an animated series featuring the imaginative duo would be.

Relive the adventures of a boy and his tiger, as they make faces, travel through space and face the wrath of Mom, like you've never seen before- in the form of cute animated GIFs!

They're perfect for sharing, and they don't cost you a thing, so even cheapskates can feel good about giving again...

Link  --via Nerd Approved

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Sweet Frisbee Disc Freestyle Jam Session


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This is for all you Frisbee fiends out there, summertime is here and it's time to get jammin'!

I have no idea when this was filmed, but it was posted on YouTube oh so long ago (2008), and it's full of sweet moves and an even sweeter soundtrack-the sound of silence!

The guys in this vid are so Frisbee-rific that they show up to the jam session in a limo....'nuff said!

--via Videogum

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Pack For A Long Weekend In This Handy Vest



This is the Stuffa Jacket, a super storage solution and a new way to travel light.

It may not be very stylish, but look at all the clothes you can pack away in it's many compartments!

Now you don't need to lug around a suitcase, just pack your vest and get lost for the weekend with lots of clean clothes to wear on your travels.

But watch out for drunken nudists and shady bush dwelling vest thieves, they might want to take your change of underwear and leave you out in the cold.

Link  --via Gizmodo

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Popeye Fan Film Yams What It Yams


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Converting the Popeye cartoon into a watchable film is a daunting task, so I give the fans that made this short an A for effort.

But why did they decide to cast an underwear model as Popeye? And what's with the cheesy dialog and unnecessary use of expletives? It seems like they're trying too hard to make Popeye edgy, which is a bit off base in my opinion.

That being said, I applaud the idea of making another movie about the spinach munchin', Bluto punchin' sailor man, as long as the makers don't go out of their way to give Popeye sex appeal.

(NSFW due to language)

--via Comics Alliance

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The Robot Burlesque Revolution Has Begun



Meet the ladies from the Robot Restaurant in Shinjuku, Japan-  massive fem-bots with mechanical lower halves that perform cabaret acts as patrons enjoy the strangest meal of their lives.

Oh Japan, you have truly mastered the art of awkward robotic entertainment!

--via Topless Robot

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Multiple Exposure Portraits By Christoffer Relander



Photographer Christoffer Relander sure knows how to take a dreamy shot, or should I say multiple shots on top of one another.

His multiple exposure works reveal the earthen roots that lie within us all, the subjects sacrificing their identity for the sake of becoming one with nature.

Trip out on the rest of Cristoffer's works at the links below, they're like snapshots of a naturalist's dream.

Link  --via Hi Fructose

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Amazing Spider-Dad And His Spider Son


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Sometimes interactions between a dad and his son can be downright precious, but when you add Spider-Man costumes the whole thing becomes one big heartwarming hug in video form.

This Spider-Dad is clearly his son's favorite her0, and he doesn't need super powers to impress this little boy, just a sense of humor and some sweet Spider suits.

Look out! Here comes the Spider-Dad!

--via TDW

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Noir Thriller That May Have Been The Inspiration For Batman


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This 1930 noir thriller called The Bat Whispers stars a crime fighting character that looks an awful lot like Batman.

Maybe this is what Bruce's father was up to before he was gunned down in a dark alley?

I wouldn't be surprised if The Bat Whispers inspired the creation of Batman, as it predates Batman's first comic book appearance by nine years, but I bet the Bat in this movie doesn't have a sweet utility belt and acrobatic Boy Wonder sidekick!

--via Geek Tyrant

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Disney Inspired Fashion Design Sketches



There have been a bunch of these Disney princess inspired fashion designs coming out lately, some fully realized most simply sketches, and I feel like each new set of designs is better than the last.

This newest set of sketches are by DeviantARTist Sashii-Kami looks amazing, glamorous and, most importantly, wearable.

Somebody needs to bring these designs to life, because they are going to look really cool as garments!

You can see the rest of the designs in this series in a much larger format at the link below.

Link   --via Geekologie

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