Illustrator Andrew DeGraff has created a set of illustrations that work as maps for famous movie storylines. He has quite a selection of movies in the mix, and carefully marked out paths showing the maps of the story location, along with the movement of the characters.
Photographer Angela Kelly has a collection of stunning images of frozen soap bubbles. Frozen soap bubbles are beautiful!
Danielle Bruckman lost her cell phone amid new year celebrations on January 1, 2013. The phone ended up in the hands of some dude who, like several people who own phones, delights in taking selfies. Unknown to the new owner of the phone, it was connected to Bruckman’s cloud service.
Get a Pikachu look on your hoodie, and a tail to go with. The zip-up hoodie has ear extensions for Pikachu, though the same courtesy hasn’t been offered to the tail, which (thankfully) stays on as a print. Available on Amazon.
Once you get over the fear of freezing your butt off, there’s plenty of things you can do with all the snow and ice in Canada. Make a friggin’ truck out of it, for example. Out to show the world how rugged their car batteries are, a Canadian company sculpted 11,000 lbs of ice into the body of a truck.
Fish are colorful, bright creatures. Like almost all beings in nature, the colors of fish aren’t really markers of their anatomy. Dyed fish in the works of Professor Adam Summers have dyes running around bodies of the marine animals, clearly marking several anatomical structures.
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Century old negatives that were exposed, but never developed have been found at an old supply depot in Antarctica. Discovered by Conservators of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust, the film was found in a supply depot built by the Terre Nova expedition (1910-1913), which was restocked by the Ross Sea Party carrying supplies for the expedition of famed explorer Ernest Shackleton’s 1914-1917 expedition.
Netherlands based photographer Edwin Kats has captured beautiful awww-inducing images of rodents, mostly squirrels and hedgehogs. The images were captured in the woods within a 10 mile radius of his home in Nunspeet, Holland. Kats spent a long time with these little critters, getting to know them, their habits, and in turn familiarizing them with his presence.
Since this happens to be the day when population around the world wakes up with a hangover, it would be just fine to add inspirational fitness quotes to pictures of people getting drunk. We first saw this in September, but since then the idea has spinned off into a subreddit called Drunkspiration. Sit back, relax and see the hilariousness that happens when you mix overly zealous fitness quotes with drinking.