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thedailywhat:

Film Adaptation of the Day: Street artist Shepard Fairey is reportedly teaming up with Brian Grazer and Ron Howard’s Imagine Entertainment to bring a new film adaptation of George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four to the big screen.
Julie Yorn’s LBI Entertainment, which has been spearheading its own attempt to make a 1984 movie, will be joining them.
The best known cinematic adaption of the iconic novel to date was Michael Radford’s 1984 film starring John Hurt as Winston Smith and Richard Burton as O’Brien.
Little is known at this point about the Fairey/Imagine/LBI effort, but potential writers are being contacted and Fairey himself is expected to take on a production role.
[thr / photo: flickr.]

thedailywhat:

Film Adaptation of the Day: Street artist Shepard Fairey is reportedly teaming up with Brian Grazer and Ron Howard’s Imagine Entertainment to bring a new film adaptation of George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four to the big screen.

Julie Yorn’s LBI Entertainment, which has been spearheading its own attempt to make a 1984 movie, will be joining them.

The best known cinematic adaption of the iconic novel to date was Michael Radford’s 1984 film starring John Hurt as Winston Smith and Richard Burton as O’Brien.

Little is known at this point about the Fairey/Imagine/LBI effort, but potential writers are being contacted and Fairey himself is expected to take on a production role.

[thr / photo: flickr.]

(Source: thedailywhat)

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bookmania:

The Great Gatsby (2012) (via shakinghandsmedia)

bookmania:

The Great Gatsby (2012) (via shakinghandsmedia)

thedailywhat:

Afternoon Snack: Toby the Pug breaks rule number one of kitty’s massage parlor: Don’t fall asleep on the table.

[tastefullyoff.]

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thedailywhat:

Tiny Reptile of the Day: Found on an islet just off of Madagascar’s main island, the Brookesia micra — or Madagascar Miniature Chameleon — is one of the smallest vertebrates ever discovered.
According to Frank Glaw, who led the team of scientist responsible for the diminutive reptile’s discovery, the adult B. micra is scarcely larger than half an inch from nose to bottom.
“Maybe there’s a potential for a smaller species,” says Glaw, who is returning to Madagascar this November to seek out new species. “I’m sure there are many surprises awaiting discovery.”
[msnbc.]

thedailywhat:

Tiny Reptile of the Day: Found on an islet just off of Madagascar’s main island, the Brookesia micra — or Madagascar Miniature Chameleon — is one of the smallest vertebrates ever discovered.

According to Frank Glaw, who led the team of scientist responsible for the diminutive reptile’s discovery, the adult B. micra is scarcely larger than half an inch from nose to bottom.

“Maybe there’s a potential for a smaller species,” says Glaw, who is returning to Madagascar this November to seek out new species. “I’m sure there are many surprises awaiting discovery.”

[msnbc.]

(Source: thedailywhat)

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deviantfinds:

My Neighbor Totoro Bottle Art

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deviantfinds:

My Neighbor Totoro Bottle Art