Regdar with the Vorpal Sword in the Wizard’s Tower.Dungeons & Dragons Clue is nearly identical in gameplay to the traditional board game Clue, but with Dungeons & Dragons-themed game pieces, weapons, and a redesigned game board. The game al…
“Ain’t No Stopping” by Gangstagrass
A Map of the World: The World According to Illustrators and Storytellers is a book of creative insights about our diverse planet edited by Antonis Antoniou, R. Klanten, H. Ehmann and H. Hellige.
About the book:
A Map of the World is a compelling collection of work by a new generation of original and sought-after designers, illustrators, and mapmakers. This work showcases specific regions, characterizes local scenes, generates moods, and tells stories beyond sheer navigation. From accurate and surprisingly detailed representations to personal, naïve, and modernistic interpretations, the featured projects from around the world range from maps and atlases inspired by classic forms to cartographic experiments and editorial illustrations.
Daft Punk’s “Contact” Versus 2001: A Space Odyssey (by dj200423)
You’ll want to go full screen for this.On a whim, I tried playing Contact against the end segment of 2001 and it synced up flawlessly. The film and song aren’t edited in any way, they both play out in full duration. It’s incredible how well they match.
The double exposures above are part of a side project by Greek photojournalist Anna Pantelia. To see more of her work, take a look at her stunning Behance portfolio.
via Design You Trust
An ionized gas region located in the constellation Cepheus about 2,400 light years away from Earth; it is commonly called the Elephant’s Trunk nebula because of its appearance at visible light wavelengths, where there is a dark patch with a bright, sinuous rim. [image via]
“To Infinity and Beyond” is a pop culture illustration of Buzz Lightyear by California-based artist Dan LuVisi that gives the animated Toy Story action figure an incredible sense of realism and origin story with a surprise ending. Previousl…
The whole fantasy that we had, and whole dream that we had, was could we still do, or can we still make, today, dance music without a drum machine?