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"QUANTUM SHOT" #18(rev)
Link - by Avi Abrams



Knights, Birds, Cats and Cabbages

Well, Halloween has come and gone, and for those of you who's still trembling a little from encountered (and probably imbibed) spirits, here is a very eclectic image mix...

Apparently, imaginary disasters can help sell cars:




Dressed up in costume all year long -



or in this beautiful armour, dreamed up by Ruslan Svobodin:


(image credit: Ruslan Svobodin)

Philosophy and Alfred Hitchcock's fear of birds co-exist in surreal photographs by Sarolta Ban, from Budapest, Hungary -




(art by Sarolta Ban, via)

Mesmerizing illustrations by Jean-Daniel Lorieux to the famous novel "The Master and Margarita" by Bulgakov:


(images credit: Jean-Daniel Lorieux)

Meet some TV monsters: furry robots... big black spiders (looking ugly next to the "Incredible Shrinking Man")... a giant moth from Japan ("Mothra")...




"Ultra-Q" (1966) Japanese TV series - more info. These are the monster's eyes peeking in a window:


(image via)

...or vicious molecules bombarding an exploring couple from "The Fantastic Voyage" (featuring weird landscapes inside a human body):



Some more vintage movie posters with LARGER-THAN-LIFE monster! -





Monsters from the Planet Photoshop are mostly passe nowadays, but these are especially endearing: a furry frog, and a cat-mouse -


(images via Worth1000)

Watch these movies inside this monster movie bus! -


(featured in the Modern Mechanix magazine, 1936, via)

Some long-faced individuals:


(images via Worth1000 and Fred Bastide, CG Society)

Cutting out your own confetti

Some stores are already thinking about Christmas - you can start preparing for your next party by buying this prefabricated cut sheet.

Instructions for use:
1. Print out this image.
2. Cut out the circles.
3. Keep cutting out the circles.



Also, if you have nothing else to do, try imitating various internet smiley faces -


(image credit: Dan Wade)

Most of all, be afraid, BE VERY AFRAID of your cat:



(this would make an awesome t-shirt design; originals unknown)

Good Night!


(image credit: "Sleep" by Sofia Ajram)

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4 Comments:

Blogger tangle_poet said...

When you're done with the confetti you could cut out the faces and make a flip-book.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Putin also looks like one of these Easter Island descendants

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Anonymous sex hikayeleri said...

Wow, Great..

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Anonymous luggage said...

Ha ha, the furry frog was great.
And the information about “Boh” is something that'll definitely make people think I'm cool at parties.
“Mothra” must be the most freakiest idea. I don't know, there's something freaky about moths to me. Especially giant sized ones. Maybe it's because they're just so weird and mysterious. I mean, they're beautiful creatures, but I'm sure they would take vengeance on us if they became a giant Mothra.

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