AWESOME.

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UR AWESOME: Pixar Artist Josh Cooley Turns Classic R-Rated Movies Into Kids’ Drawings

No more of an explanation is needed, folks, just check them out!

via UPROXX

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Indubitably.

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Amazing Colosseum Carved into Tooth by ILLUSION CO.LTD.

A Colosseum is a large building, like a stadium or theatre, which is used for entertainment, sports and others. The picture shows once such ancient amphitheater in Rome, but it is neither carving nor real tooth, it is simply a CGI, i.e. computer generated imagery. The ‘colosseum tooth sculpture’ was in fact a part of toothpaste advertisement campaign for Maxam, the design of which was envisioned by agency JWT Shanghai.

As you can see the original two pictures in the image section below, the idea of this toothpaste advertisement campaign was to convey this “Roman Civilization Cavity”, i.e. not to let germs settle down on your teeth, or else you will have to end up with such a “Colosseum” cavity.

The two CGI sculptures related to Civilization-Egypt and Civilization-Rome.
Therefore, the CGI picture neither shows a real tooth, nor a colosseum carved into it. It is not so amazing fact, but a good health campaign nevertheless!

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Oh yeah…

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UR AWESOME: Weirdest Geek Tattoos

Virgin Zoidberg, Hello Clarice, and Borg Yoda to name a few. These geeks are getting strange… ENJOY! See original article.

via Mental Floss

Squirrel gardens? Yes, please.

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Japan has special zoos dedicated to squirrels. They’re called squirrel gardens.

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Unicorn power!brotherbrain:

Rainbow Ranger.

Unicorn power!

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Rainbow Ranger.

(via gamefreaksnz)

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Don’t Go In The Water by Mike Handy Art
X-Ray Bill by Dann Designs
$11 on 09/25 at http://bit.ly/dailyyetee

(Source: theyetee.com, via gamefreaksnz)

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Orbi: BBC and Sega collaborate on experimental natural history theme park

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Yeah, not joking here folks. If you remember a few months back, I posted something about a possibility that Sega may be re-entering the console market. Most of the evidence for this was put together by nerds who made their case by citing Sega’s recent patent filings for original hardware, as well as a mysterious logo that Sega recently copyrighted. Well, this strange museum that just opened in Japan is what they were working on. Never did I ever expect that this project would somehow end up being a museum, but it makes sense, what with Sega’s origins and continued manufacture of arcade machines (SeGa = Service Games), they are obviously into transforming physical places into virtual spaces.

Well, I guess I can go ahead and cut down my high hopes for a new Sega console now. But who knows, maybe I’ll find a ticket to Yokohama, Japan on the sidewalk tomorrow. Life can be funny that way.

-via Wired UK

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LOVE.

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An Elephant-Octopus Mural on the Streets of London by Alexis Diaz.

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Oh Cersei, drowning the Lannister name with her alcoholism one cup of wine at a time…

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GET OUTTA MY HEAD!!!
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#calgary #terminus

GET OUTTA MY HEAD!!!

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#calgary #terminus

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DAMN!!!

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UR AWESOME: Bond Villain Posters by MUTI

Check out these phenomenal Bond villain posters by South African creative agency MUTI. Bad ass.

via Assorted Goodness

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PERFECT.

PERFECT.

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AWESOME. Chicago is getting more bike friendly. Check it out…urchicago:

NEW FEATURE: Introducing Divvy | The City of Chicago’s Bike Sharing Systemby Andrew DeCanniereIn late April, I learned of the City of Chicago’s plans to launch a new bike share program called Divvy. Aware of how this kind of system has already taken off in other major cities around the world, I was eager to learn more about how the program will work here in the city, as well as the design of the bikes themselves. Recently I had the opportunity to speak with Scott Kubly of the Chicago Department of Transportation about this new system, all set to launch this month. Read on to learn more about what the City of Chicago has already done to make Chicago an even more bike-friendly town, what projects are already underway, plans for future improvements and, of course, to learn all about Divvy… Read on, reader!

AWESOME. Chicago is getting more bike friendly. Check it out…

urchicago:

NEW FEATURE: Introducing Divvy | The City of Chicago’s Bike Sharing System

by Andrew DeCanniere

In late April, I learned of the City of Chicago’s plans to launch a new bike share program called Divvy. Aware of how this kind of system has already taken off in other major cities around the world, I was eager to learn more about how the program will work here in the city, as well as the design of the bikes themselves. Recently I had the opportunity to speak with Scott Kubly of the Chicago Department of Transportation about this new system, all set to launch this month. Read on to learn more about what the City of Chicago has already done to make Chicago an even more bike-friendly town, what projects are already underway, plans for future improvements and, of course, to learn all about Divvy… Read on, reader!

UR shitting your pants! New track from Nine Inch Nails

urchicago:

The track is Came Back Haunted and it premiered last night on this thing called “the radio,” whatever the fuck that is. This track is balls out amazing, best NIN output since The Fragile. Trent’s new album Hesitation Marks is due out later this year.

-Pawl