Jump on your magic carpet and revisit the classic Disney animated film about a young boy and his genie. But mostly his genie.
Pranksters Jason Eppink and Mike Lacher were tired of New York City’s seemingly endless parking restrictions meant to accommodate film shoots, so they decided to take action by posting parking signs of their own with the titles of fake sequels to popular New York-based films.
While Eppink and Lacher were posting their signs for sequels to Annie Hall, Do the Right Thing, and The Godfather they discovered that someone else had already executed a similar plan, posting parking signs for The Godfather 4 in the same Little Italy neighborhood they had intended to target.
photos via Jason Eppink
Boxwars is a battle between combatants armed and armored with only cardboard creations. The stated goal of Boxwars is as much about the destruction of the cardboard works as it is about their creation. The event began in Melbourne, Australia in 2002 and has since grown to a worldwide subculture with increasingly intricate constructions as the cardboard arms race escalates over time.
A promotional video put out by Boxwars shows some of the chaos that can arise out of their events.
photos via Boxwars
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An adorably happy miniature dachshund attempted to make his exit through the doggie door so that he might be able to enjoy his yummy carrot in the fresh air, but couldn’t figure out how to get both himself and his treat through the narrow opening. It was only when the little canine dropped the carrot, that he realized what he was doing wrong.