the study of evidence tending to substantiate the existence of, or the search for, creatures whose reported existence is unproved, as the Abominable Snowman or the Loch Ness monster. The discipline is traditionally viewed as a pseudoscience.

Etymology: from Greek kryptos, “hidden” + zoology; “study of animals”, literally, “study of hidden animals”.

[Vladimir Stankovic]


The part of the continuum in which I prefer to hang around.

Grant Morrison, the one-of-a-kind storyteller

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(via oldnewyork)

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"That’s the power of love…"

"That’s the power of love…"

(Source: blackmedic, via kierongillen)

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How would you like your graphic design?



H/T Clients from Hell. Image via Colin Hartman

New trailer for upcoming film "Twenty-Four by Thirty-Six"

From their site:
"About the Film:
Whatever happened to the illustrated movie poster? Movies used to be marketed with incredible, unique illustrations on posters and cover art. You couldn’t go to a cinema or video store without seeing incredible works of art plastered across every wall. And then one day, seemingly overnight, it all disappeared, exchanged for the cheaper and faster Photoshopped marketing art. The illustrated movie poster became extinct, but fans and movie lovers never forgot it. In the mid 2000s many talented illustrators began creating incredible works of art for fans based on their favourite movies in the form of illustrated screenprints. The popularity of this art has increased exponentially over the past decade and shows no sign of slowing. The movie poster is back! And we intend to tell its story.”


Lauren Bacall (1924-2014)

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To her friend…


To her friend…

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Robin Williams - Impersonation of a smart child (via Inside the Actor’s Studio)

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