Remarkable Stop-Motion Walk Across America Here’s a really astonishing stop-motion video of a guy walking across America. Peter Cote, director Sam Griffith, and the Conscious Minds Productions crew approached Levis jeans for sponsorship and products to use during the shoot. The trip began June 17 in New York and ended July 1 in San Francisco. For the actual photography, the crew used a Canon 5D. Included below is a map of their journey (stops and locations included), along with a behind-the-scenes video, which was shot with a backup Canon 7D. You can read more about how they shot the project at Planet 5D.
Empire Magazine Celebrates 20 years of Movie Magic Found this FANTASTIC collection of celebrity photos for Empire as they celebrate their 20th anniversary, they took photos of 27 of the most iconic celebrities recreating some of the most iconic moments in movies! AWESOME! (via – Atticus Finch ) 44 Creative Retro Futurism Design Artworks Today’s modern times calls for high technology and futuristic designs and images. Not to mention the state-of-the-art facilities and gadgets that keep us updated with the latest trend… Amazingly, despite the new times, retro fashion never gets outdated. Hence, it becomes more and more trendy. Several designers have come up with a new way of keeping the retro trend ‘in’ to the modern times with several of their futuristic retro design artworks… 44 Creative Retro Futurism Design Artworks are listed in this next post to keep inspiring designers out there in creating unique artworks as possible.
How to Write a Story: Creative Story Ideas, Tips to Help You Write Your Own Book Get creative story ideas, write your own book! Want to write a good book? Check out these tips on how to write a story that captures readers' attention from beginning to end: Japanese Folktales selected and edited by D. L. Top Films of the 1990s TOP TEN FILMS OF THE 1990s Return to Main Film Page 1. MAGNOLIA (Paul Thomas Anderson) 2. THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY (Anthony Minghella) 3. EYES WIDE SHUT (Stanley Kubrick) 4. Banksy - Guerilla art wrapped in mystery and controversy [35 pics Banksy Truck Photo credit: Banksy Banksy, an anonymous England based graffiti artist, political activist, film director and painter, is probably the most popular, yet most mysterious, urban street artist in the world.
The Perils of Studying Economics By James Kwak Patrick McGeehan at the New York Times recently wrote about a New York Fed study finding that studying economics makes you a Republican. The headline conclusion is that the more economics classes you take, the more likely you are to be a Republican. 15 Movies from Your Childhood to Rewatch with Your Kids Watching movies with your kids is a great way to bond, not to mention introduce them to some of your favorite and most beloved films from when you were their age. It’s a win-win: they get the joy of watching something they've never seen before while you can bask in a nice dose of nostalgia. Here are 15 movies we loved when we were younger that we'd eagerly rewatch with our own children. 15. Hook (1991)
Amazing Exotic Gourd Lamps from Calabarte If you are looking for creative ways to light up a room, enjoy these Gourd Lamps by Calabarte. Each gourd lamp is made from a gourd brought from Senegal and their exotic design is achieved after carefully selecting dried shells of gourd fruit and drilling patterns into them. Different patterns are designed by carving deeper or shallower into layers of wood. This allows light to pass through each carving, creating beautiful patterns of light on the walls. Magic flower › [an error occurred while processing this directive] (ABC Science) The Surfing Scientist › Tricks Pop this magic little science trick in your Valentine's Day cards and your special someone is guaranteed to smile. They're great for get well or birthday cards too! ^ to top What's going on? Your Magic Flower is powered by a groovy scientific phenomenon called 'capillary action'.
Movie series ratings Movie series ratings Graph mode: absolute | relative | global relative Global relative mode. Bottom = Worst film in all charts, top = Best film in all charts Colour changes denote significant change in cast, director, storyline and/or time. Captured: America in Color from 1939-1943 Posted Jul 26, 2010 Share This Gallery inShare324 These images, by photographers of the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information, are some of the only color photographs taken of the effects of the Depression on America’s rural and small town populations. The photographs and captions are the property of the Library of Congress and were included in a 2006 exhibit Bound for Glory: America in Color. month: "2010-10" Alone I wanted to cover my ears and block out what sounded like an animal in pain, but it was more important to squish my little sister against me and prevent her from hearing our mother die. tags: fear death alone [add]