Aug 7, 2013  •  In Art/Design, Entertainment, Science

The Character Elements of Breaking Bad

There have been so many life-changing, and potentially life-changing events going on lately that I’ve been one big ball of emotions. I’ve even taken a pregnancy test because I can’t remember being this emotional and not being pregnant! (And no, I’m not pregnant.) Additionally, this blog is currently in the process of moving to a new web […]

Aug 3, 2013  •  In Art/Design

Former Walmart Transformed into a Modern Library

When most people look at 124,500 square feet of abandoned warehouse space, they probably see nothing more than the establishment it once contained — a Walmart, in this case. But when the architecture firm of Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle saw the building, they saw potential. Take a look at these stunning photos from the end product. […]

Jul 24, 2013  •  In Art/Design, Entertainment, Geek, Web

Game of Thrones Costume Details

A Hollywood insider once told me that assistants are often a overlooked source of information, influence, and power. Upon hearing that, I wondered to myself, ‘Well what about all the other “little” people involved in each movie and television show? Who knows? Even a grip can potentially hold significant insider scoop and leverage!’ Alright, so […]

Jul 11, 2013  •  In Art/Design, Entertainment, Movies

The Original “Lilo & Stitch”

Marc Hendry, a Scottish animator, recently uploaded the entirety of a booklet Chris Sanders sent to some Disney execs in 1998 — before development of the movie Lilo & Stitch went into full effect. It’s a long read, but a must-read for fans of the 2002 Disney film. I personally can’t wait until my girls are […]