*SPLAT* Hmmm I only one problem with that tattoo: Isn’t that vase supposed to be a bowl? [Via TDW]
Check out this really awesome looking Harry Potter infographic by digital designer & illustrator Wayne Dorrington. Wayne is also the same guy who created that “iconoscope” version of Star Wars Episode IV we featured last month. [Source: I should really get out more]
Using materials such as wood and cardboard, Bay Area artist Reuben Margolin creates amazing techno-kinetic wave sculptures that are both elegant and hypnotic to the eye. Check ’em out!
Established in 2008 by Martha Brockenbrough, founder of the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar (SPOGG), March 4th is the official annual date for annoying impressing your friends and family with facts about grammar and usage. Also, there’s tons of fun to be had (provided you’re of the “splitting infinitives is fun” camp) on […]
After YEARS of agonizing wait, George R.R Martin’s A Dance with Dragon will finally be released on July 12, 2011. If I remember correctly, when Mr. Martin released A Feast for Crows, 4 years after A Storm of Swords, he mentioned that readers wouldn’t have to wait as long for the next book in the […]
Check out these absolutely amazing, confusing, trippy, crazy, incredibly cool Hungarian posters for the original Star Wars trilogy and see if you can figure out just what the heck is going on in each one. So, I guess that green guy with the sword must have been one of those peripheral characters that was juuuust […]
Back in my day, we had gold and white gold, and platinum if we were lucky. (We also walked to school uphill both ways.) These days, getting hitched can be decidedly more geeky, which translates into “decidedly more OMGWTFYES. Moar of that, thx.” Etsy dealer jewelrybyjohan is elevating the diamond band of old to new […]
This amazing letter was sent to a child by Fahrenheit 451 author Ray Bradbury back in October 1991. Unfortunately, we don’t have the context in which the letter was sent, but the important part of the message is there: Love what YOU love. Thanks John!
If you think Matchstick Minas Tirith looked great, wait until you see this reproduction of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, made with over 600,000 matchsticks. [Source]
Click picture to enlarge! This absolutely brilliant BSG timeline was created by Flickr user Billy Ray. Enjoy! [Source]