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5th February 2014

Photoset reblogged from ♛ 5.25 | 7.13 ♛ with 11,607 notes

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2nd February 2014

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2nd February 2014

Photoset reblogged from INTERNET IS STUPID. LET US REVEL IN ITS HILARITY. with 12,751 notes

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31st January 2014

Video

You fail, image stabilization! (at Paramount Theatre)

24th January 2014

Photo reblogged from it8Bit with 1,291 notes

it8bit:

Wind Waker Demake
Based on pixel art by Dean Bottino 
Created by 8-Bit Artist

it8bit:

Wind Waker Demake

Based on pixel art by Dean Bottino 

Created by 8-Bit Artist

24th January 2014

Post reblogged from Fat Bottomed Cats with 81,921 notes

belkis:

I personally think it’s important to talk about Bieber’s arrest.

An underaged, drunk driving, arrest-resisting, foreign white boy was released on bond. 

Then take a moment to think about the brown boys who are deported for much, much less and the black boys who are shot or beaten to within an inch of life for resisting arrest.

Source: carpe-cerevisi

22nd January 2014

Photo

It’s golden. (at Off the Grid: El Cerrito)

It’s golden. (at Off the Grid: El Cerrito)

22nd January 2014

Photo reblogged from Cinephilia and Beyond with 432 notes

cinephilearchive:

Back when visual effects were created by magicians and not programmers… Originally broadcast in 1985, this edition of Horizon (BBC 50-minute science documentary series) visits Industrial Light & Magic and Entertainment Effects Group to see the creation of the visual effects for ‘Star Wars Episode VI: Return Of The Jedi,’ ‘Indiana Jones and the Temple Of Doom’ and ‘2010: The Year We Make Contact.’ “It’s about a time when innovation was made in a machineshop and not via lines of computer code. In many ways it’s a love letter to a bygone era when visual effects were more akin to a stage illusionist tricks or the slight of hand of a magician. Anyhow, it was a seminal moment for me. I hope it brings back fond memories for you.” —Chris Jones

Also recommended viewing: The Magic of Special Effects (1984).

Below: Crude home movies from the 1970s depicting activities at a certain location in the San Fernando Valley. Industrial Light & Magic SFX team during the making of ‘Star Wars.’ David Berry unofficially shot this film. He was one of several optical printer operators.

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cinephilearchive:

Back when visual effects were created by magicians and not programmers… Originally broadcast in 1985, this edition of Horizon (BBC 50-minute science documentary series) visits Industrial Light & Magic and Entertainment Effects Group to see the creation of the visual effects for ‘Star Wars Episode VI: Return Of The Jedi,’ ‘Indiana Jones and the Temple Of Doom’ and ‘2010: The Year We Make Contact.’ “It’s about a time when innovation was made in a machineshop and not via lines of computer code. In many ways it’s a love letter to a bygone era when visual effects were more akin to a stage illusionist tricks or the slight of hand of a magician. Anyhow, it was a seminal moment for me. I hope it brings back fond memories for you.” —Chris Jones

Also recommended viewing: The Magic of Special Effects (1984).

Below: Crude home movies from the 1970s depicting activities at a certain location in the San Fernando Valley. Industrial Light & Magic SFX team during the making of ‘Star Wars.’ David Berry unofficially shot this film. He was one of several optical printer operators.

Thanks for helping shape the future. The future thanks you.

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22nd January 2014

Photoset reblogged from it8Bit with 9,308 notes

it8bit:

Mario! Mario! Mario! 

A re-imagining of how Mario would look today based on the original sprites from each game.  

Created by Joao Victor G. Costa

Source: jinndevil

22nd January 2014

Photo reblogged from ADACTIVITIES AND TIPS with 57 notes

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