Debbie Harry photographed by Lynn Goldsmith, 1977.
i wish they had continued this bromance past season one even with Trobed.
He is often been counted among one of the most legendary villains of Hollywood, known for his extremely riveting portrayals of antagonists. But then, playing negative roles are not his only forte as his acting abilities know no boundaries. He is a resourceful actor who fits into the shoes of any character he is assigned to play. Be it a romantic or a comic role, he does it all with finesse. A brilliant actor with a unique style, Pacino, has set landmarks with almost every film he has worked in.
“It started when I was very young. I mean, really young,” he said. “I wasn't let out much. I was kept in. And while I was home I found myself repeating the roles from the movies I saw with my mother. Sometimes she'd take me to the movies when she came home from work. That was our date.”
Charming and appealing, young Pacino was not one of those actors, who believed good-looks were only associated with protagonists. He chose to play characters, who were handsome, attractive and charismatic, but evil. He belongs to the generation of actors who challenged the conventions and changed the face of modern day cinema through their sheer brilliance and hard work.
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At day, Eric Geusz is a software engineer, but during his free time, he’s also a freelance artist, and a very talented one at that. Recently, the man has started illustrating common household items, such as a playtation controller or a can opener, into starship designs. Check out some of our favorites below!
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Lynda Carter - 1970s
Corruption, persecution, racial tension, financial inequality… Civil conflict across the globe has exploded. As inequality tears the very fabric of society the discontentment of the masses manifests itself in violent public disturbances and disorder.
RIOT – Civil Unrest is a simulation video game that recreates some of the world’s infamous riots. Campaigns include: The Italian NoTav opposition to a planned high-speed rail link between Turin and Lyon; The Arab Spring uprising in Egypt; Indignados, the anti-austerity protests in Spain; and Keratea, the landfill fuelled struggle against the government in crisis-racked Greece. In addition, there are over 30 single scenarios including London in the UK and Oakland in the USA.
RIOT – Civil Unrest’s creator, Leonard Menchiari, experienced rioting first-hand at the NoTAV protests in Italy. He created the game to tell the stories and express the emotions felt during these clashes. What triggers the anger and aggression? Often outnumbered, what does a police officer endure during the conflict?
RIOT – Civil Unrest features Leonard Menchiari’s unique and beautiful pixel art. The Bologna-based development team worked hard on the crowd behaviour. Each individual character has its own artificial intelligence and personal space that gives the overall crowd mass very realistic and fluid movement.
Aus 'ner Feature-Liste vom vergangenen Jahr:
PLAY AS THE POLICE
- Employ numerous crowd-control tactics, both passive and aggressive.
- Command Assault, Tactical, Ballistic, Arrest and Plain Clothes squads.
- Call in police trucks, water cannon, snatch squads and others.
- Choose whether to use smoke grenades, rubber and plastic bullets, tasers or even live ammunition.
PLAY AS THE RIOTERS
- Instruct Leaders, Agitators, Rioters (armed and passive) and Journalists.
- Incite rage and cause the masses to act aggressively or try to calm the situation with tactical crowd reformation and retreats.
- Attack authority with Molotov cocktails, fireworks, paper-bombs, rocks, street furniture and the power of the media.
- Twenty levels split over four campaigns Keratea (Greece), NoTAV (Italy), Indignados (Spain) and Arab Spring (Egypt).
- See the story unfold from both sides - play all twenty levels as the Rioters or the Police.
- Single player mode - play against the computer AI.
- Skirmish mode - play against a friend on the same computer.
- Multiplayer mode: play against a friend online.
CREATE YOUR OWN RIOTS WITH THE LEVEL EDITOR
- Alter the look of the confrontation by importing your own background graphics.
- Position elements, vehicles and obstacles where you want them.
- Set the time of day and the weather.
- Choose and position rioters and police starting points as well as their orders and level of aggression.
If you've been on Twitter long enough, there's a good chance that you've run across one of Simpsons Films tweets on your timeline. You know the ones -- they take random screencaps of Simpsons episodes and use them to simultaneously parody and somehow also accurately describe popular movies. It's hard to figure out why The Simpsons can seemingly apply to almost any concept or plot imaginable, so I contacted the person behind Simpsons Films for answers.
"I think the sheer longevity of the show helps; the more varied situations there are, the more likely they'll line up with something else," Simpsons Films said over Twitter DM. They wished to remain anonymous. "That, plus the creativity and artistry of the animation in the earlier years led to some very cinematic moments and direction which doesn't really happen with the modern episodes."
Simpsons Films told me that they make ample use of the magical screencap emporium Frinkiac whenever inspiration strikes, though they have accepted occasional submissions from fellow fans. At just over 400 tweets at the time of this writing, the account has struck gold an impressive amount of time in its yearlong lifespan. I collected some of my favorite tweets below:
Suicide Squad (2016)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) May 7, 2017
(dir. David Ayer) pic.twitter.com/pzBchABYYd
Baby Driver (2017)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) May 14, 2017
(dir. Edgar Wright) pic.twitter.com/Zd18gscp6L
It (2017)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) September 9, 2017
(dir. Andy Muschietti) pic.twitter.com/BAOWEtHzHs
The Prestige (2006)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) July 31, 2017
(dir. Christopher Nolan) pic.twitter.com/2oTk5ppOJp
Rick And Morty (2013 onwards)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) April 13, 2017
(dir. various) pic.twitter.com/rfsJtyF1sY
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge Of The Sith (2005)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) August 26, 2017
(dir. George Lucas) pic.twitter.com/CuLuzQvxe3
The Emoji Movie (2017)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) August 8, 2017
(dir. Tony Leondis) pic.twitter.com/DWqTjog6ec
Game Of Thrones: "Beyond The Wall" (2017)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) September 16, 2017
(dir. Alan Taylor) pic.twitter.com/x7MojnzxZ0
Breaking Bad (2008-2013)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) July 6, 2017
(dir. various) pic.twitter.com/7528HPuycH
The Dark Knight Rises (2012)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) June 21, 2017
(dir. Christopher Nolan) pic.twitter.com/PEwLwBJWkV
Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) August 18, 2017
(dir. Joe Johnston) pic.twitter.com/taMkBQSwjc
Dunkirk (2017)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) July 22, 2017
(dir. Christopher Nolan) pic.twitter.com/uTad3GTaiJ
Toy Story 3 (2010)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) June 29, 2017
(dir. Lee Unkrich) pic.twitter.com/2aK319P0ss
Logan (2017)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) March 9, 2017
(dir. James Mangold) pic.twitter.com/OxtkfdfPXi
Get Out (2017)-- Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) March 18, 2017
(dir. Jordan Peele) pic.twitter.com/xRGKOxpJDg
Be sure to follow Simpsons Films for more!
Don’t worry, these animals won’t bite! Well, actually, they will… but that’s why they’re so incredibly useful. AniBite turns nature’s fiercest predators into adorably innovative multi-purpose clips that grip and hold everything from stationery, to EDC, to toiletries.
Designed to replace hooks, hangers, and stands with something more quirky and characteristic, AniBite’s series of one-touch clips can be placed anywhere and can hold pretty much anything. Made in three variants, a bear, a leopard, and a wolf (or as I call it, direwolf), the AniBite can hold up to 300 grams (almost 9 times its weight). Just lift the head back and place your item between the jaws before pushing the head down again. AniBites can hold your toothbrush (in both vertical and horizontal ways), razor, or even stationery on your desk. Use it as an innovative spectacle-holder beside your bed, or even for your keys right near the door… or push your creative limits and have these animals manage your cables for you!
The AniBite is made from sanitary and non-toxic plastics like PETG and PCTG, and comes with a PU Gel adhesion surface on the back that can attach to pretty much any flat (or even mildly textured) surface without leaving any marks. When the adhesion goes weak, all you have to do is clean the back with water and it’s good as new! The design is practical and child-friendly with blunted teeth that won’t pierce or poke.
Ideal for the nature lover as well as the design lover, these little multi-purpose hang-clips are utilitarian, eye-catching, and go right into our hall of quirky fame! Why hang real animal heads on your wall when you could have these functional, adorable miniatures instead?
Designer: Xivestory Design
BUY NOW: $15.00
BUY NOW: $15.00
It’s not impossible. I used to bullseye womp rats in my T-16 back home, they’re not much bigger than two meters.
A typewriter that writes with paint. My heart!
(Thank you Cathy)
Please join us in welcoming the newest member of the Department of Astonishing Optical Illusions: Keene, NH-based tattoo artist Jesse Rix, who creates surreal, trompe-l'œil-style tattoos that turn his clients into living optical illusions.
“Skillfully composed of fine lines and filled in with lifelike color, each tattoo’s style is rooted in realism. The subject matter, however, is entirely surreal. As hexagons, cubes, and bricks of skin are “removed,” unique spectacles—including galactic battles, cosmic portraits, geometric patterns, and under-the-sea scenery—emerge. To “reveal” these unexpected images from below the surface of the skin, Rix plays with perspective, experiments with light, and alters dimensionality.”
[via My Modern Met]