lickystickypickyshe:

New obsession and thinking about asking my 40th birthday present 3,5 months in advance.

(the list is much much much longer, but these are in the top 3)

lickystickypickyshe:

The only thing I basically did this weekend was put together a 40 item wish list for my 40th (fucking hell! old!) birthday.

Knee injury has me off my wheels. Suuuuuuucks.

Maybe I should publish this wish list and make my dreams come true.

it8bit:

Classic Ads: Gun Fight
Gun Fight, known as Western Gun in Japan & Europe, is a 1975 arcade shooter game designed by Tomohiro Nishikado, and released by Taito in Japan & Europe and by Midway Games in North America. It was the first video game to depict human-to-human combat, while the Midway version was also the first video game to use a microprocessor. Following its November 1975 release in North America, it went on to sell over 8,000 arcade cabinets in the U.S. 
The theme of the game involves two Old West cowboys armed with revolvers and squaring off in a duel. Whoever shoots the other cowboy first wins the duel. Unlike in a real-life duel, however, both cowboys get numerous opportunities to duel in order to score points (one point per successful draw). [Wiki]

it8bit:

Classic Ads: Gun Fight

Gun Fight, known as Western Gun in Japan & Europe, is a 1975 arcade shooter game designed by Tomohiro Nishikado, and released by Taito in Japan & Europe and by Midway Games in North America. It was the first video game to depict human-to-human combat, while the Midway version was also the first video game to use a microprocessor. Following its November 1975 release in North America, it went on to sell over 8,000 arcade cabinets in the U.S. 

The theme of the game involves two Old West cowboys armed with revolvers and squaring off in a duel. Whoever shoots the other cowboy first wins the duel. Unlike in a real-life duel, however, both cowboys get numerous opportunities to duel in order to score points (one point per successful draw). [Wiki]

vgjunk:

Diseñador de Juegos II for the ZX Spectrum. This is the Spanish version of a game developement tool called HURG that was written by William Tang, the creator of Horace.

vgjunk:

Diseñador de Juegos II for the ZX Spectrum. This is the Spanish version of a game developement tool called HURG that was written by William Tang, the creator of Horace.

(via uwagoto)

asylum-art:

Photographer Sandro Miller Recreates Famous Portraits With John Malkovich As His Model

 sandrofilm.comedelmangallery.com | petapixel

Renowned photographer Sandro Miller has worked together with legendary Hollywood A-Lister John Malkovich many times, but when Miller wanted to celebrate the photography greats that had inspired and guided him, he had to do something special. So he, with Malkovich as his dashing unisex model, recreated some of those influential photographers’ most important portraits in a photo series called “Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to photographic masters.”

The series puts both Miller’s exceptional photography and Malkovich’s masterful acting talents front and center. Miller gets each amazing portrait’s lighting, mood and composition down perfectly, while Malkovich replicates the subject’s emotions and expressions so perfectly that the photos become nearly indistinguishable, regardless of the age or gender of the original subject. And it was all done without Photoshop!

  1. Philippe Halsman / Salvador Dalí (1954), 2014
  2. Herb Ritts / Jack Nicholson, London (1988) (A), 2014
  3. Andy Warhol / Self Portrait (Fright Wig) (1986), 2014
  4. Bert Stern / Marilyn in Pink Roses (from The Last Session,1962),2014
  5. Irving Penn / Pablo Picasso, Cannes, France (1957), 2014
  6. Yousuf Karsh / Ernest Hemingway (1957), 2014
  7. Albert Watson / Alfred Hitchcock with Goose (1973), 2014
  8. Arthur Sasse / Albert Einstein Sticking Out His Tongue (1951), 214
  9. Victor Skrebneski / Bette Davis (1971), Los Angeles Studio, 2014
  10. Edward Sheriff Curtis / Three Horses (1905), 2014

Via: boredpanda

(via biomith)

finofilipino:

Después del gran sabor de boca que nos dejó a todos la estupenda serie Breaking Bad, ahí van…

…10 grandes fotogramas representativos del genial trabajo de cinematografía que pudimos ver en cada capítulo.

Porque una serie/película no es solo una historia y unos actores, muchas más cosas entran en juego para conseguir una inmersión total en la historia. Pocas series han aunado tan bien tantas virtudes.

(Source: christianhendricks)