Category: FILM/TV

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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Jun 16, 2013

Picture of the Day: The Original Cast of Sesame Street

Picture of the Day: The Original Cast of Sesame Street

THE ORIGINAL CAST OF SESAME STREET Photograph via Muppet Wiki In this vintage photograph we see the original cast of Sesame Street which aired from 1969-1970. Most notable is Oscar the Grouch’s orange fur which would switch to the more recognizable green in the second season. According to the Muppet Wiki: The…

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Jun 12, 2013

15 Artfully Animated Movie Stills

15 Artfully Animated Movie Stills

Tech Noir is a Dutch artist who has been creating living movie stills since November 2011. All 125+ of his works can be found on technoir.nl. The blog title comes from a movie genre by the same name, describing Sci-Fi flicks filmed in the style of film noir. The living movie stills are created…

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May 23, 2013

50 Side by Side Comparisons of Actors and the People They Portrayed

50 Side by Side Comparisons of Actors and the People They Portrayed

Last week, Redditor banana_rhino compiled two large galleries of biopic actors and their real life counterparts (here and here). From artists and musicians, to politicians and sports figures, the biopic is a popular film type in Hollywood and can be a defining role for many actors. While the selection below runs the gamut of…

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May 19, 2013

The Abandoned Star Wars Set in the Desert

The Abandoned Star Wars Set in the Desert

Back in 2010, artist and photographer Rä di Martino ventured into the Tunisian desert to find the abandoned movie sets from Star Wars. The desert location was used in 1976 to film Lars Homestead on Luke Skywalker’s home planet of Tatooine. In Martino’s series entitled NO MORE STARS, she explains: “This is a series…

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