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Scouting merit badges for cool shit like prank-calls, grave-robbing and arson! Scouting merit badges for cool shit like prank-calls, grave-robbing and arson! These are totally badass. Artist Luke Drozd is responsible for these “Alternative Scouting for Girls and Boys Merit Badges.” The badges are based on a comic strip from his Threnodies book. next generation web design through the browser Buildor Pro has a 50-day free trial. The price will then be USD$10 -- on a [PayPal] monthly subscription, or at half-price for an annual payment of $60 or equivalent local exchange rate. (This is a time-limited introductory offer for both.) The subscription service is now being processed by Paypal, and should be available soon.
New Horizons: Index?order=downlinkDate&page=1 The images posted at this website were taken by the LOng Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) on the New Horizons spacecraft. LORRI is the most sensitive and highest resolution imager aboard New Horizons. In fact, it is one of the most sensitive and highest resolution imagers ever flown on a planetary mission.
CSS Selectors Level 3 - A Quick Reference Any Element The following will result in both the <h1>and <p> elements having hideous orange backgrounds rendered in Comic Sans. Time for me to go learn about proper web design! <!-- HTML --><h1>A Title</h1><p>Exciting words!</p> Browser Sandbox - Run any browser instantly from the web The Spoon.net Browser Sandbox makes cross-browser testing and backwards compatibility easy. Just click Run for any browser to launch it instantly. Browsers run within an isolated virtual environment, eliminating the need for installs and allowing legacy browsers such as Internet Explorer 6 to run on Windows 7 and 8. Simple Yet Stunning: How To Create Artwork with Illustrator’s Blend Tool With Adobe Illustrator CC’s Blend tool, it’s easy to turn two simple lines into a minimalistic yet intricate vector illustration. I was inspired by Italian artist Andrea Minini, who can make a menagerie with just a few lines. See his work in “Andrea Minini’s Artful Blending.” Step 1: Begin by drawing a petal that consists of two parts. From Illustrator's Toolbar, select the Pen tool and draw two base lines.
surreal, yet functional cyberpunk tech by hiroto ikeuchi hiroto ikeuchi — modeler, designer, artist — creates perfect cyberpunk fashion pieces. tiny, plastic model buttons, real circuit boards: they are wearable vintage throwbacks to a not-so-recent, far-less minimal past. oh, and also, they work. image courtesy of ikeuchi most of the antennas and dials are for aesthetic purposes only, but the oversized headsets are more than just a hodgepodge of parts. go to the online store that hiroto ikeuchi runs; the items for sale — mostly headphones and respirators at the moment — are fully functional and extremely couture. his newest cyborg mask is a warm, earmuff-meets-respirator — perfect for that cosplay event, or the ever-impending apocalypse. image courtesy of ikeuchi
The Drolatic Dreams of Pantagruel (1565) "The great familiarity I had with the late François Rabelais," Breton writes in the preface, "has moved and even compelled me to bring to light the last of his work, the drolatic dreams of the very excellent and wonderful Patagruel". Despite the claims (echoed too in the book's subtitle), the book's wonderful images are very unlikely to be the work of Rabelais himself — the attribution probably a clever marketing ploy by Breton. Indeed, that this attribution to Rabelais is a ruse might also explain the unusual lack of text beyond the preface, the intimidating task of imitating the comic master's distinctive literary style perhaps one step too far for Breton.
The History of Movable Paper in One Massive, 9,000-Book Collection Ellen G.K. Rubin never saw a pop-up book as she was growing up, so when she bought two for her young sons in the 1980s, she was amazed. “I was blown away, probably much more than they were,” she says. Those two books—one about dinosaurs, another about vehicles—set off an obsession. Today she has a collection of some 9,000 books, as well as countless postcards and advertisements, that pop up or move in some way—hence her nickname, “The Popuplady.” Pop-up books are just one type of what are known as movable books, or books that in some way move to illustrate information or a story.