Archive for February, 2011

The Rite is the 21st century answer to the film The Exorcist. Playing upon themes of god, the devil and religious beliefs, it steps much further into the realm of faith than The Exorcist did, with less scares. Directed by Mikael Håfström, The Rite, which is inspired by true events, stars Anthony Hopkins as Father [...]

This unique piece of prehistoric jewelry is inspired by the dinosaur at London’s Natural History Museum. The fifty boned necklace which makes up the dinosaur’s body, hangs from a hand-beaded strand of seed beads. The necklace is reversible, so you can wear it facing either way. Learn about the dinosaurs at London’s Natural History Museum [...]

What are sketchcards? The folks over at Sketchcard Saloon explain it as “Sketchcards are one-of-a-kind original pieces of art. They are drawn or painted directly on the trading card surface and then inserted into random packs. If you get lucky you might pull a miniature masterpiece.” These illustrated gems are part of the Upper Deck’s [...]

What do you get when you mix pressed paint together (as seen in the style of the famous Rorschach test) with illustration?  The ‘See Saw’ series by Portuguese artist L Filipe dos Santos. Check out his creative paint illustrations…

Want to come up with something different for the Superbowl this year? Well there’s a Facebook application for that. With a chance to win badges, send virtual bottles champagne and much more. This event is live and happens online! PAIR CHAMPAGNE WITH FOOTBALL Champagne and football?  Super idea!  Especially for Super Bowl. Moët-Hennessy USA has [...]

For Valentine’s Day why not stay in and bake your sweetheart something special like this delectable Heart Cake. Just like an actual heart, this design is a tasty surprise that rests on the inside. Find out how to make this scrummy dessert from the iammommy baker blog.

The short animated cartoon ‘Destino’ (Destination), released in 2003 by The Walt Disney Company, originally began production in 1945, a whopping 58 years before its eventual completion. The project was a collaboration between American animator Walt Disney and Spanish painter Salvador Dalí, and features music written by Mexican songwriter Armando Dominguez.

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