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Writing Writing Even the best writers sometime need a little stimulation, if only for practice. Otherwise, writers may face the dismal monstrosity of writer's block. These generators are here to help when you need plot ideas, genre-bending concepts, and more. Story Inspiration Envisioner Combines legends, tales, and stories with new or unexpected elements. Humor and For Amusement Action Film Trailers We've all seen those action movie trailers that begin with "In a world of . . ." and then quickly describe what goes on. Music Song Challenges Creates a style and subject matter for a song - for a challenge to when you need a quick idea for a story or game. More Resources! Photo Album At the gym: who is looking at whom All artwork and content on this site is Copyright © 2014 Matthew Inman. Please don't steal. TheOatmeal.com was lovingly built using CakePHP All artwork and content on this site is Copyright © 2014 Matthew Inman. TheOatmeal.com was lovingly built using CakePHP

Fallen Princesses by Dina Goldstein Great photo series titled “Fallen Princesses” by Dina Goldstein… Dina Goldstein Superbe série de photos intitulée “Fallen Princesses” par Dina Goldstein… Dina Goldstein Charles Vess & Greenman Press » 10 artists that I like: #8 John Bauer The Swedish artist John Bauer is one of my all time favorite artists. He sits on my 'top shelf' right beside Arthur Rackham and a very few others. He worked in the early part of the last century but his career was cut short by a tragic boating accident that drowned him as well as his wife and their young son. This is, I believe, the art for a Swedish postage stamp.— with Julia Still. His beautifully realized deep, deep woods are very stylized yet always feel naturalistic.— with Julia Still. So many vivid stories come to my mind when I see this image. I first encountered Bauer's work in the mid 1970s in a book titled Great Swedish Fairy Tales. I first encountered Bauer's work in the mid 1970s in a book titled Great Swedish Fairy Tales. The immensity of the forest landscape makes that giant troll seem right at home. Later in the images I'll be showing you some photos of the actual forest that Bauer walked through almost everyday in search of inspiration for pictures such as this. A pear?

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Rare and very interesting photos Interesting and very rare photographs, you may never see. The first McDonald’s. Che Guevara and Fidel Castro. Capital of Brazil, on the beginning. Pius XII and Hitler. The King. Rare Beatles photos. Osama bin Laden and his family. Titanic. Fall of the Berlin Wall All forms of Coca-Cola bottles. John Lennon shortly before his death. Principles. Statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Albert Einstein. Charlie Chaplin and Gandhi. First computer. Albert Einstein’s diploma. The early Beatles. The first team of Google. Pope John Paul and the man who tried to kill him. Moment when Bush heard about the attacks 11th September.

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