Batman Versus The Terminator [Animation]

Batman takes on The Terminator and fights off Skynet in this sweet animated fan film. For a basic overview of the plot, Batman survived the August ’97 nuclear attacks in the Batcave. It has been thirty years since that time, and he is now allied with John Conner to take out Skynet.

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Godzilla [trailer 2]

The second trailer for Godzilla.

Humorous Illustrations by Nacho Diaz

Illustrator Nacho Diaz has a series of humorous and witty illustrations that are a treat to behold. Hit ahead to checkout some of the illustrations. You can get the illustrations as prints and T-shirts on RedBubble.

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Photographs Show the Vanishing Indigenous Tribes Across the World

The Goroka, Papua New Guinea

Ours is a fast changing world, and as the world changes, so does the lifestyle of people living in it. Of course, some are affected slower than the others, and now we stand at the point where lifestyles of indigenous tribes that have changed little over the centuries are set to go into extinction. British photographer Jimmy Nelson went on a journey spanning several countries across the globe to photograph some of the vanishing indigenous tribes.

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Junior Needs to Have a Fully Functional Miniature Aston Martin of His Own

Children have been playing around in large cars for decades now, but it is always an allure to have a better car available. And quite frankly, there’s little better you can go once you own an Aston Martin. Meet the DB Junior, a fully functional car for children of age 10 years and older.

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Piggyback Rider

Piggyback rider presents itself as a safe and non-cumbersome way of carrying along a little childe (age 2.5 years and above). The kit includes non-slip paddles for the child to step on, a harness to hold them in place, and handles for them to hold on to the adult as a hike. Available on Amazon.

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Sleep Under the Stars, Comfortably in Your Own Bed

Lying down and gazing at the stars would be awesome, except the trouble of having to deal with the discomfort of an open space and lack of Hogwarts-like enchanted roof. Thankfully, there’s always a synthetic way to recreate the magic of nature. In this case, it is the Cosmos Bed.

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Swedish Musicians Play on Instruments of Snow

Since the winter refuses to leave, there is a super abundance of ice around us. While the Canadians built a truck out of it, the Swedish decided to go the musical route with ice. Project Ice Music from Luleå, Sweden has an orchestra playing music out of instruments crafted entirely from blocks of ice.

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Morbid Photo Series Documents The Last Meals of Death Row Inmates

For the series No Seconds, photographer Henry Hargreaves (previously, 2,3,4) recreates the last meals of death row inmates. As the artist describes the project,

In New Zealand (where I’m from), and in fact nearly any where else in the developed world, the Death Penalty is just not even in the conversation. It is a remnant of an earlier era. This little bit of civility, “hey we are going to kill you but what would you like to eat?” just jumped off the page.

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Flower Mandalas

Beautifully arranged flower mandalas by Arizona-based artist Kathy Klein. She calls the temporary mandalas danmalas (Sanskrit for the giver of garlands).

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