Today I saw a tattoo that seemed like it was probably either Lion-O or a troll doll.
Among the stranger things I’ve seen recently: 95% of the June 2014 issue is like the other issues of the magazine: suggestions for wealthy white people about how they can spend money. Interesting mansions, trendy places to drink, places to find furniture and art, fashion shows.
And then the story on the bottom left corner of the cover is a “SPECIAL REPORT” about Seattle gentrifying and becoming an expensive shithole like San Francisco.
Not the best chemical symbol to use with food.
Common symptoms of mercury poisoning include peripheral neuropathy (presenting as paresthesia or itching, burning or pain), skin discoloration (pink cheeks, fingertips and toes), swelling, and desquamation (shedding or peeling of skin).
authentic, foreign-style foods
Another pretty wonderful mural within a mural. Apart from the generally skillful execution of the overall piece - 2 point perspective, good use of fairly naturalistic colors - it incorporates the questionable Corvette tail light bumper modification, though it looks like the pinstriping might be left out.
The over the top way he presents himself - the peculiar title, the scrolls, the church music and radiating sunlight - makes me wonder if the haircut and oversized glasses are meant to suggest that he’s already undergoing a ritualistic head shrinking.
This made me stumble on this old Metafilter question about whether those old timey round cartoon bombs were real. They were.
This could be considered religious, because of the cathedral, but the way it is presented makes it seem more like it is acting more as a civic landmark, rather than a particularly religious building.
Very strong use of perspective and depth, which is somewhat unusual.
Bigfoot #1 has a mural of itself.
(This is the cartoon starring Bigfoot that I watched over and over when I was little)