Using acrylic paint, 19-year old Japanese student and artist Chooo-San has transformed the bodies of herself and a handful of lucky volunteers into ones that appear to be from another planet.
The Oldsmobile 88 (a.k.a. Eighty-Eight) was a full-size car sold by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors and produced from 1949 until 1999. From 1950 to 1974 the 88 was the division’s top-selling line, particularly the entry-level models such as the 88 and Dynamic 88. The 88 series was also an image leader for Oldsmobile, particularly in the early years (1949–51) when it was one of the best performing automobiles thanks to its relatively small size, light weight and advanced overhead-valve high-compression V8 engine originally designed for the larger C-bodied and more luxurious 98 series but it also replaced the straight-8 on the smaller B-bodied 78, creating what was considered the predecessor of musclecars of the 1960s.
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“Magic Finger” gives any surface the ability to detect touch input by way of the user’s finger. The high-resolution camera is able to detect 32 different surface textures, thus transforming any surface you touch into an interface used to pass information.
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Like we mentioned in the previous blog post about Lomography have launched Belair X 6-12, an entirely new 6×12 film camera that will bring an amazing level of lens quality to Lomographers. This stylish jet-setting camera combines all the stunning features of a panoramic medium format camera without the excessive size. Offering never-before-seen sharpness, depth of field and ultra-wide photos, the Belair X 6-12 takes 120 film and flies it into a whole new dimension of Lomography.
Here, a gallery of wonderful photographs taken by Belair X 6-12.
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Five minutes of what the fuck-ery. Made by the guys from Fail Hero www.failhero.com.
Ketchup packets, Tootsie rolls and sushi are among some of the funniest and most imaginative baby costumes to go on sale this Halloween.
While not to everyone’s taste, the wacky outfits will no doubt be a hit with parents who want their newborns to stand out.
This year Target has produced a whoopee cushion suit for toddlers, printed with a sketch of a woman exclaiming ‘Oops!’.
One review on the website reads: ‘This was such a cute costume. Everybody loved it! Since it was cooler at night it helped keep him warmer.’
While The Wishing Elephant suggests its California Sushi Roll ensemble is the perfect choice for toddlers this season.
The onesie, featuring flecks of orange and green, comes complete with imitation crab, carrots, avocado and rice.
Chopsticks at the ready: California Sushi Roll Costume, $52.00, etsy.com
A collection of beautiful portraits of Marilyn Monroe by Edward Clarke from 1950
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Elisabeth of Austria (24 December 1837 – 10 September 1898) was the wife of Franz Joseph I, and therefore both Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary. She also held the titles of Queen of Bohemia and Croatia, among others. From an early age, she was called Sisi by family and friends.
Although Elisabeth had a limited (but significant) influence on Austro-Hungarian politics, she became an historical icon. The Empress is now thought to have been a non-conformist who abhorred conventional court protocol, as well as a free spirit, who valued an individual sense of freedom above anything else. Following the suicide of her son Rudolf, she withdrew from public life. She was murdered by an anarchist in Geneva, Switzerland in 1898. Elisabeth is the longest serving consort of Austria.
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