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Studio Ghibli released a series of backgrounds featuring scenes from some of its films and you can download all of them for free!
If you ever visited your grandparents' or your great grandparents' homes, you probably noticed how differently their rooms are decorated when compared to your own place. But have you though how the same rooms might have looked four, five or even six hundred years ago?
Rome wasn't built in a day – much like the world-famous companies that we all recognize today. Even they had to start from something – and you might be surprised when you find out that quite a few of them started out by doing things completely different than they are doing now.
If there's one thing that a lot of famous painted portraits have in common, it's that most of them don't show people smiling. Unless it's Joseph Ducreux, of course. However, someone decided to change that and gave a handful of famous portraits FaceApp makeovers.
If you've ever seen any movie or TV series starring Sean Bean, you probably know the fate of the character he plays. Spoiler alert: he dies. The actor has “died” a whopping 23 times on screen, and has done it in movies like The Lord of The Rings, GoldenEye, Equilibrium and even everyone's favorite TV series Game of Thrones. However, those days are coming to an end.
The director of photography shows only so much that goes on in a movie set. After all, they're supposed to make us believe the unbelievable. Meanwhile, the art department, the effects team, and other crew members are working tirelessly to please the director and their vision of the story.
Have you ever gotten yourself into a situation where you have some guests coming and you realize you don’t have enough place for all of them to sleep? Sure, you can try laying some sleeping bags on the floor or politely ask them to sleep in their cars but you know what else you can do? Build them a house.
The Pensacola Christian College is a liberal arts college located in Pensacola, Florida. And even though it’s a liberal arts college, one former student proved that it’s pretty far from liberal by sharing a ridiculously censored classical art book.
Dylan Hamm is a photographer based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Recently he came up with a unique photo project titled “Naked Faces” where he took side-by-side portraits of people with and without clothes and asked viewers if they could recognize in which one they’re nude.