For all those folks out there on the interwebs still struggling with basic third grade grammar, this one’s for you.
Today’s short-form communication methods have literally destroyed our ability to use proper grammar. Mario, Fafa and Johnny T are here to help us remember how to use the English language good again. Literally.
Artist John Raya completes the set with these Star Wars version of each NFC team’s helmet. My favorites include: Tatooine Tuskenraiders (Tampa Bay), Nal Hutta Hutts (Green Bay), Kuat Walkers (Giants), and the Hoth Wampas (Bears).
These are freaking awesome! Artist John Raya came up with a different Star Wars version of each AFC team’s helmet. I think my favorites are the Tattoine Banthas (Bills), Dxun Mandalorians (Titans), and, of course, the Raxus Prime Jawas (Browns).
Cy Kuckenbacker continues his San Diego Studies series. This time he compressed and edited a four-minute shot of San Diego traffic, reorganizing the passing vehicles according to their color. More here.
this is completely mesmerizing… would love to see how this was done
Owned by Robert Videobob Moseley, Bob s Prop Shop specializes in building replicas of famous movie cars, including Doc Brown s iconic DeLorean DMC-12 time machine. You can also rent the car for $1,500 per day.
the craftsmanship and attention to explicit detail is simply astounding… drool!
A highly intriguing run-and-gun game. Studio MDHR s Cuphead is heavily inspired by 1930s cartoons. It features hand-drawn and hand-inked animation, watercolor backgrounds and a jazz score. Coming to Windows.
neato! tiny version of the Parrot drone and a lil 2-wheel bot…