toughpigs:

We are saddened to learn about the passing of Gerry Parkes, best known as “Doc” from Fraggle Rock.

We wrote a few words about Gerry and the importance of Doc in the world of Fraggle Rock and the Muppets.

dailyfantastic:

FF #114:
Oh goodness, the Overmind is this kind of villain. The one who makes the superheroes think they got concussions by tripping over themselves.
This is going to be hilarious.

dailyfantastic:

FF #114:

Oh goodness, the Overmind is this kind of villain. The one who makes the superheroes think they got concussions by tripping over themselves.

This is going to be hilarious.

rambeltilx:

birdghost:

videohall:

A parakeet trying his hardest to say ‘Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition’

I’M CRYING

the spanish inqui-baby bird

akluthe:

Voices From Beyond
Some call it a spirit board. Some call it a talking board. It is used to commune with something from another place…

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Didn’t know why I was feeling anxious at work today.
Then I realized: I was listening to “4 Minutes Before Death” on my iPod.

I think it’s time to replay Ghost Trick.

boringrocks:

"Look professor, you have to understand. The level—I mean, the chapter—was covered in Fuzzies. And you know what happens if you touch Fuzzy."

(Thanks to stripedgreenrabbit for the inspiration.)

designpavilion:

CHAGALL LIGHTBOX by Stephen Christ

For my girlfriend’s birthday, I wanted to make a scale model of her favorite installation at the Art Institute of Chicago - Chagall’s America Windows.  The three stained glass panels were a gift to the city and celebrated America’s cultural and religious freedom, detailing the arts of music, painting, literature, theater, and dance. 

For the model, I laser cut everything out of acrylic and wood and painted them to be seamless.  The three stained glass panels were printed on clear vinyl and applied to acrylic.  They are lit and diffused from behind by LED panels powered by batteries.  The model glows the same blue as at the Art Institute since the pillars and wood base are to the same scale as the real life installation.  The lightbox model becomes a perfect miniature representation of Chagall’s gift to Chicago, and in turn, a gift to my beautiful girlfriend.