Graphic designer David Resto created “Superhero Dinosaurs,” a diabolically wonderful set of prints that are available for purchase. via This is Freaking Ridiculous | Burstein!
After spending three years in Barcelona, Lucas Jatoba wanted to give the city and its inhabitants a proper goodbye. So he released 250 balloons carrying 250 theater tickets as a parting gift. submitted by Lucas Jatoba
“How Film is Made” (Part 1 and Part 2) is a Kodak documentary from 1958 offering a behind the scenes look at how film was made. The film is in Dutch with English subtitles. Spoiler Alert: Kodak film is not vegan. via PetaPixel
The Bay Area’s own Extra Action Marching Band has been invited to showcase at SXSW and they’ve started a Kickstarter project to fund their adventure. It takes a lot of money and energy to keep a band this big going and we couldn’t do it without our awesome fans, we are grateful for any amount…
Photojojo has posted instructions on how to make your own photorealistic gadget pouches. Faaaancy! photo via Photojojo
In “Castellers,” photographer Mike Randolph shows us Spanish castells, breathtakingly tall towers made entirely of people (aka castellers) at a festival in Tarragona, Spain. These truly impressive feats of teamwork, strength, and bravery are the product of traditional festivals in the Catalonia region. And yes, castells do occasionally topple back to earth (Randolph shows us…
Charlie Hoey and Peter Smith created a playable NES game of The Great Gatsby along with spoof documentation and early 90’s vintage advertising. via The Barbarian Group
Photographer Natsumi Hayashi takes regular self portraits of herself levitating around Tokyo. She calls the series “Today’s Levitation” and the photos are wonderfully convincing. via My Modern Metropolis photos by Natsumi Hayashi