Hells to the yes. This is from a Penguin ad campaign… But your post reminded me of Olympia Le-Tan’s hand stitched book covers that I totally am gaga over.
Book Cover Archive →
Design & literary pr0n? http://bookcoverarchive.com/
ginny and garth also do some fun pixel stuff… i think making pixel art will be on my To Do list for 2012… sword & sworcery is all about that look, yes?
stealing this from morgan. totally reminds me of adventure time.
Violin girl seems fine… but there are a million pretty girls on youtube doing covers of video game songs. Speaking of Zelda & violins, I am going to the Zelda Symphony when it comes to the city at the end of the month. I am not sure if I am supposed to dress up or wear cosplay. Found out some background info about The Secret Alley. I am still pretty impressed by that place, despite...
George Washington, Gaming's Next Secret...
That’s how siblings do. I always snuck into my sister’s room to read her Richie Rich comics that she kept in a plastic tub under her bed. - I wish we could take credit for the inevitable slashfic palooza that is sure to ensue, but kudos to Game Informer for calling it.
I remember reading about this burning up! It looks like it was made of boxed detergent. Did you get to see his truncated glory before he was laid low? In Indian River, Michigan there is a giant bronze sculpture of Jesus on the cross. There is a campground next to it where my fam would go when I was a kid....
I love RH. Favs based on the chronological video: giant squirrel, fetus skeleton and tiny horse. An unexpected and delightful otaku moment from Archer.
Star Wars Prequels: Abridged →
(and some olly moss posters for good measure) “The result is an 85-minute movie titled Star Wars: Episode III.5: The Editor Strikes Back. It should be noted that the Star Wars prequel trilogy is almost 7 hours in total length, and the shortest film (Episode 1) is more than 51 minutes longer than Grace’s fan cut. What this means is a lot of footage ended up on the editing room floor, and a...
Unfortunately there is a Creationist Museum in Kentucky that is often misattributed to Cincinnati because of the close proximity. I’ve always wanted to go there for the lulz… but it was too expensive and I don’t want to give those people my money.