Malaysian photographer Zahir Batin photographs clone trooper action figures going about their life; enjoying the simple things. You don’t always have to be shooting at things.
Ours is a world of wonders. Among these are several ancient organisms, that have existed for thousands of years. However, several of these are now endangered as human settlement and climate change put pressure on their ecosystems. Of course, serious attempts are also being made to preserve these wonderful organisms.
What’s so special about a parrot saying “what the f*ck”?
The gusto he says it with.
Modular cellphones are a neat concept. Rather than buying a new phone once the technology gets outdated, you could simply swap the outdated part for the brand new one. In a simple sense, it is this idea that forms the basis of Google’s Project Ara modular smartphone.
Wonder Woman works out on the beach, and Batman looks like… well, like he just got a very nice shave. Print by Jeff Victor.
Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist is a short live action series adapted from the game. The series will tell the story of Ken, Ryu, Akuma and Gouken, and their relationship. Going by the trailer alone, it looks much better than the awful Chun-li movie that basically Hadouken-ed cinema for street fighter. The live action series will debut in May on TV, DVD, Blu-Ray and YouTube.
You’re out for a dose of adrenaline and speed, and extreme sports has it on for you. The jet engine thrusters are what you need for a quick burst of speed. The thrusters from Dreamscience come in a set of four tiny jet engines that you strap around your torso and fire when you need speed.
Game of Thrones medley featuring the parody of songs:
Titanium – David Guetta feat. Sia (House Targaryen)
Roar – Katy Perry (House Lannister)
The Monster – Eminem (House Stark)
Demons – Imagine Dragons (All)
Zhumao KeLe is a Chinese cat who has her humans dress her up in all kinds of superhero costumes. Based in Beijing, the kitty cosplays Batman, Captain America, Iron Man, amongst others, and if you piss her off you might just be on the business end of the Dracula Cat.
Artist Bob Al-Green imagines Game of Thrones characters growing up in the ’80s and ’90s. Here’s what their school photos would have looked like. The set includes the Starks, namely Robb, Sansa, and Jon Snow; the Lannisters Tyrion, Jaime and Cersei; Daenerys, Theon Greyjoy, and everyone’s beloved King Joffrey.