(Source: sundasill, via bornfrompain)
Ok, it’s no NFL bad lip reading but this fake commentary by a British broadcaster of a baseball game is still pretty hilarious.
He runs in to bowl…Mork and Mindy, that’s going for six! No! Caught by the chap in the pajamas with the glove that makes everything easier. And they all scuttle off for a nap.
Rare Gorilla Twins Surprise Staff at Burgers’ Zoo
When zoo keepers entered the Gorilla House at the Netherlands’ Burgers’ Zoo on June 13, they were taken by surprise: N’Gayla, the 20-year-old female Gorilla, had delivered twin babies overnight!
Check out ZooBorns to see many more photos and to learn about this happy surprise!
(Source: zooborns.com, via allcreatures)
The Stranger’s Guide; or, the London Sharper Detected: being a Complete Exposure of all the Frauds of London, practised by Bawds, Bullies, Fortune-Tellers, Footpads, Gamblers, Gossips, Highwaymen, Housebreakers, Jilts, Kidnappers, Ring-Droppers, Pimps, Procuresses, Pickpockets, Quacks, Sharpers, Swindlers, Smugglers, Shop-lifters, Street-Robbers, Trappers, Waggon Hunters, Women of Pleasure, &c. &c. &c. (via Spitalfields Life)
A frilled shark head. The ancient ‘living fossil’ species of shark that dates back at least 90m years was caught during the survey around Rockall, a tiny islet off the coast of Scotland.
Photograph: Francis Neat
The Pacifist War | Is war looming as Japan strengthens its military power and tensions escalate over disputed East China Sea islands?
The Superman logo has changed a lot over the years. In “Man of Steel,” the S is a Kryptonian symbol for hope.
We walk through its evolution.
Disturbing Rubber-Band Portraits
Wes Naman, known for his photos of people with Scotch tape wrapped around their face, has taken his craft to a new level. This time he’s using rubber bands.
Wired reports on the Albuquerque-based photographer’s latest work:
Naman wanted the rubber-band project to be about more than just photography and decided to photograph only musicians, dressed in some sort of band T-shirt.
Head over to Wired for more info and an extensive gallery of Naman’s work.
Photo of Indie artist Griffin.