Category: FILM/TV

Sep 3, 2013

Recreating Scenes from the Lion King While on an Actual Safari

Recreating Scenes from the Lion King While on an Actual Safari

Redditor and fellow Canadian Brandon Heuser recently took the trip of a lifetime to the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. After returning to his hometown of Vancouver, he decided to rewatch Disney’s The Lion King. Throughout the film he caught himself saying, “hey I have a photo like that!”. Feeling inspired, he decided…

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Aug 17, 2013

Picture of the Day: The ‘Up’ Hot Air Balloon

Picture of the Day: The ‘Up’ Hot Air Balloon

THE ‘UP’ HOT AIR BALLOON Photograph by Matt Buck on Wikimedia Commons Seen here is the famous Disney Pixar UP hot air balloon at the Bristol Balloon Fiesta in 2009. The balloon was built and designed by Exclusive Ballooning and took six months to complete. The balloon has an active volume of…

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Aug 11, 2013

Speed Paintings Made from Various Foods and Drinks

Speed Paintings Made from Various Foods and Drinks

Vivi Mac is a freelance artist from France. In an ongoing series entitled Art Ephemere, Mac uses a wide variety of foods, drinks and ingredients to create speed painting portraits of artists, musicians and celebrities. The temporary artworks are preserved in photographic form and shared on Facebook with Vivi Mac’s 10,000+ followers. Below you…

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Jul 22, 2013

Couple Turns Engagement Photos Into Epic Series of Movie Posters

Couple Turns Engagement Photos Into Epic Series of Movie Posters

When Joshua Watson and Rachel Watson got engaged they wanted to have some fun with their engagement shoot. With the help of their friend and photographer Jordan Nakamura, they recreated a series of movie posters and television show promo posters. The various posters were used to provide information for their upcoming wedding, such as…

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Jul 21, 2013

Someone Crocheted a Giant Sweater for this Mister Rogers Statue

Someone Crocheted a Giant Sweater for this Mister Rogers Statue

Located near Heinz Field on the North Shore in Pittsburgh, is a large 10 ft bronze sculpture of Pennsylvania native, Mister Fred Rogers. The statue, created by artist Robert Berks, weighs about 4 tons and was dedicated on November 5, 2009. [Source] Two years later, artist Alicia Kachmar crocheted a gigantic red cardigan sweater…

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Jul 13, 2013

Portraits Made from Hundreds of Scribbled Lines

Portraits Made from Hundreds of Scribbled Lines

Vince Low is an artist and illustrator from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. As the head illustrator at the advertising agency Grey, Vince has worked on a number of commercial campaigns for major brands. He has also completed a series of personal projects, and you can find both in his portfolio on Behance. In a recent…

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Jun 24, 2013

15 Famous Eyeglasses

15 Famous Eyeglasses

Throughout history and popular culture, we have come to associate specific looks and styles with certain people. One example of such ‘trademarks’ is eyewear. In a personal project entitled Famous Eyeglasses, freelance web designer Federico Mauro put together a series of posters featuring solely the glasses on a plain background with the name of…

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