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Chris Pratt Interrupts Interview To French Braid Intern’s Hair

Be more appealing, Chris Pratt, I dare you.

The Summer of Pratt rages on and I see no end in sight. The Summer of Pratt could last until 2016 for all I know or care. 

May the Summer of Pratt never end.

This is the most sensual thing I’ve seen all year. I can’t stop watching…

(Source: chrisprattdelicious)

the-hulot-universe:

L’Illusionniste / The Illusionist
Film d’animation / Animation feature film
Sylvain Chomet (2010)
Written by Sylvain Chomet and Jacques Tati

Jacques Tati originally wrote the script for The Illusionist. It was a love letter from a father to his first daughter, but never got produced. Sylvain Chomet, director of The Triplets of Belleville / Les Triplettes de Belleville, adapted the script and once again used his own original animated style.

Official Selection: 2010 Berlin International Film Festival
Official Selection: 2010 Toronto International Film Festival
Opening Night: 2010 Edinburgh International Film Festival
Academy Award. Animated Feature, nominated (last 3)
César Academy, winner.

asylum-art:

Experimental Photography by Xiao Yang

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Xiao Yang is a Beijing, China based photographer with a preference for night photography, light painting, and any kind of experimental photography as well as photo manipulation. She loves to capture derelict places and different people in human-made environment.

Xiao Yang is fascinated by our relationship with abandoned houses, factories, castles, sewers, and any kind of dark places shrouded in ghostly silence. These places seem to tell stories and despite their creepy mood, they want to be explored.

Xiao Yang blends together her love of abandoned, ghostly places with seemingly isolated, lonely people creating wonderful layered narratives. Called Love Letter, this series of black and white multiple exposures leaves us wanting to know more of the story.

joost5:

Dune, Recreated with Gummi Candies

CandyWarehouse created this diorama of Paul Atreides riding the giant sandworm in Arrakis from Frank Herbert’s sci-fi series Dune, in candies:

Crafted from a 2-foot-long gummy worm, Haribo gummy bears, black licorice string, yellow sprinkles, and rock candy crystals! A scene from the great science fiction novel Dune by Frank Herbert. Here we see the giant gummy worm on the desert planet of Arrakis. Ridden by the powerful gummy bear Paul Atreides as he seeks to control the prescious “spice” melange, which gives those who ingest it extended life and some prescient awareness. Muad’Dib!

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