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September 30 2013

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September 19 2013

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September 14 2013

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September 08 2013

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September 02 2013

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August 29 2013

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eyhier:

Fröhliche Warenkunde: Licht am Ende des Fleischtunnels.

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August 11 2013

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July 29 2013

NO BUT SERIOUSLY

jamietheignorantamerican:

WHY DOES NO ONE TALK ABOUT THE QUETZALCOATLUS?!

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I MEAN, JESUS F. CHRIST.

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PTERODACTYLS AIN’T SHIT NEXT TO THESE MOTHER FUCKERS. QUETZALCOATLUS FUCKING ATE BABY DINOSAURS FOR BRUNCH.

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LITTLE-FOOT, NOOOO!!!

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JUST IMAGINE SOMETHING AS TALL AS A MOTHER FUCKING GIRAFFE

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SOARING THROUGH THE SKIES AT 80 MILES PER HOUR, AND THEN SWOOPING DOWN AND FUCKING EATING YOUR FACE OFF. 

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FUCKING QUETZALCOATLUS

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July 18 2013

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July 12 2013

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July 08 2013

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July 05 2013

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June 29 2013

Street Stone: Sculptures Dressed in Modern Clothes

French photographer Léo Caillard and French art director Alexis Persani teamed up to dress ancient sculptures into nowadays clothing. For the project called ‘Street Stone’, Léo photographed the statues and his friends in similar poses. Then Alexis started working on the shots in Photoshop, erasing everything but the clothes. The two photographs where then merged together to create the illusion that the statues where dressed. In the final pieces you can see how real the clothing looks on these statues. If you don’t believe that they’re not really dressed, check out the ‘making of’ video at the end of the post.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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June 26 2013

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June 19 2013

Two clever ways of folding a shirt

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(via Sir Lulzelot (part 1 / part 2))

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