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Outros Traços: Realidade invertida

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Outros Traços: Realidade invertidaPublicado em 26 de junho de 2014por  De Tiger Tateishi Ora denso, ora engraçado, o artista japonês faz quadrinhos surrealistas nos quais a realidade se revela enigmática e profunda. Tateishi foi pintor e ilustrador, bastante influenciado pela pop art e começou a fazer quadrinhos nos anos 60. Morreu em 1998, no Japão, com apenas 50 anos.

27 hilárias reações que mostram que todo felino é igual, não importa o tamanho

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27 hilárias reações que mostram que todo felino é igual, não importa o tamanho
Grandes felinos podem parecer muito diferentes dos nossos adoráveis gatos domésticos, mas eles realmente são apenas versões super-dimensionada.


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Os gatos estão sempre dormindo e não querem ser acordados

The London Jungle Book: What an Indian Tribal Artist Can Teach Us About Rediscovering Our Capacity for Everyday Wonder

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The London Jungle Book: What an Indian Tribal Artist Can Teach Us About Rediscovering Our Capacity for Everyday Wonderby 
A humbling perspective to jolt us into appreciating all the mundane miracles of travel and city life that we’ve come to take for granted. Something happened to us betweenShackleton’s day in the Golden Age of Exploration and today — something that transformed us from wide-eyed wanderers who came to know distant lands with a sense of wonder and awe into the habitually crabby, short-tempered, entitled travelers we are today. We tap our feet impatiently at the airport security line, oblivious to the miracle we’re about to experience — a giant beast of our own creation is to take us high into the sky (where we can enjoy food and Academy-Award-winning cinema) and to a distant, often foreign land. A mere century ago, the vast majority of people never tra…

Vintage Illustrations for Tolkien’sThe Hobbit from Around the World

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Vintage Illustrations for Tolkien’sThe Hobbit from Around the Worldby 
A visual voyage there and back again. Writing about the allure of fantasy, J.R.R. Tolkien famously asserted that there is no such thing as writing “for children” — that’s perhaps why his stories continue to enchant generations and attract admirers of all ages. Tolkien’s first major work, The Hobbit (public library) — the prequel to his epic novel The Lord of the Rings, which made its debut nearly 20 years later — was published in 1937 and in the years since has drawn remarkable international acclaim. Because the story is driven by visual whimsy, it has also produced a number of vibrant illustrated editions from all around the world, beginning with Tolkien’s own artwork for the original edition, which I wrote about some years ago. Here are a few favorites. J.R.R. TOLKIEN (GREAT BRITAIN, 1937)In October of 1936, T…