Antique Industrial Safety Pins
An animated portrait of Stanley Kubrick and his films, based on a Rubik’s Cube.
Kubrick’s films are meticulously pieced together like intricate puzzles, so this seems like an appropriate way to portray the great director - hidden within his own work. Also, Kubrick rhymes with Rubik and I’m a sucker for wordplay.
This artwork is available as a print, showing all 6 films that make up the portrait - http://www.redbubble.com/products/configure/7373288-mounted-print
“I’m not defending my actions, I just…don’t want to held accountable for them.”
From Arise India Forum:
“For many years I worked in palliative care. My patients were those who had gone home to die. Some incredibly special times were shared. I was with them for the last three to twelve weeks of their lives
People grow a lot when they are faced with their own…
Yes, tiny baby kitten friend?
I LIKE YOUR GLASSES.
Why thank you.
CAN I HAVE GLASSES TOO?
No, tiny baby kitten friend. You have the eyesight of a compact and furry eagle. Glasses are for people who cannot see so well.
BUT ALL THE KIDS WHO SHOP AT THE URBAN OUTFITTERS DOWN THE STREET CAN SEE JUST FINE AND THEY ALL HAVE HUGE GLASSES.
We don’t associate with those people, tiny baby kitten friend. Nobody should.
CAN I AT LEAST GET A BOW TIE?
Of course. If we could somehow harness the love people have for kittens in bow ties we could solve the energy crisis.
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The 3rd LA Vegan Beer & Food Festival is happening this spring, and it’s going to be the biggest and best one yet. The fest has been moved across the street from The Roxy so we can fit in more beer and food than ever before.
More details coming soon! For now, save the date: May 12th, 2012!
Proceeds to benefit California Wildlife Center
Me in Kuala Lumpur! Been here for two days now…it is so fantastic here!
I love all the different cultures. There are so many different types of
people in Malaysia and it is amazing to see that. Also, there is so much
history in KL, it’s incredible. I think one of my favorites parts about
this country is the food! They serve so many different types! You have
Indian, Chinese and Cantonese. All of it is very spicy, I think I have
burned my tongue completely off…(: I am enjoying this city so much!
I am the 2%.