I thought the photo was shopped... wow.
23 year old George Harrison’s selfie at the Taj Mahal - India - 1966
Still an ugly car
my coworker and i discovered something…
(photo via AlexanderBlum)
Black tumblr is planning a blackout on March 6th where they will be posting selfies.
Stay out of it. This isn’t for us. Let them have this. Reblog and give them notes and visibility and show support, but keep your pieholes shut. Try to refrain from posting selfies, but if you do for the love of God do not tag it blackout.
This has been a PSA.
Don't watch the last 10 seconds.
In celebration of World Book Day (today!) 7UP commissioned Argentinian artist Raul Lemesoff to construct one of his famous book tanks. In this case he began with a stripped down 1979 Ford Falcon which he used to build a new roving library on wheels with an exterior framework capable of carrying 900 free books. Lemesoff refers to his militaristic bibliothecas as Weapons of Mass Instruction, and he drives them around the streets of Argentina giving free books to anyone who wants one, as long as they promise to read it. Watch the video above to see it all come together. (via Designboom)
South African Visitors Center in Capetown
#tbt #southafrica #travels #rtw #worldtour #rainbow #wallart #2010
via David Pelaez
These photos always seem so surreal to me. As if someone used CGI to create them, not downloaded from Hubble.
"Duuuuude, I got sooooo floaty on that puffer last night!"
So it has tripled since I last heard of the stand alone service. I was willing to go to $10 / month.
"Who has ever needed one of these after a meeting?" - Ross Hammond
Like everything great, Star Wars came within an ass-hair’s width of being total shit. You gotta remember that in the ’70s anyone with a doofy beard and a plaid shirt could shoot a movie just by telling people what to do and not giving them the chance to disagree. It was a magical time.
But through George Lucas’ devotion to an acid flashback he was apparently having for three straight weeks, when production wrapped, he found himself with a masterpiece of celluloid, right?
Nope! Turns out that the first cut of Star Wars was an incomprehensible mess, and it was up to George’s wife and editor, Marcia Lucas, to swoop in and save the day … again.
Actually, Marcia was Lucas’ “muse” through the entire production, if by “muse” you mean “person who had all the good ideas.” It was her idea to kill Obi-Wan (apparently George’s first draft had him just disappearing at one point) and demanded that Lucas keep the “For Luck” kiss scene that would snarl the series up in a knotty mess of incest once the third movie was released. But, most importantly, she’s totally responsible for the Battle of Yavin, also known as The Death Star Trench Run scene, also known as The Part at the End of the Movie Where the Good Guys Win.