Oh look it’s David Tennant performing as Hamlet. The famous “Alas poor Yorick I knew him well”, scene.
Wanna know a little something……see what he’s holding….a skull?
That’s a real person’s skull. ;)
It’s the skull of the accomplished Polish composer and pianist, André Tchaikowsky. His dying wish in 1982 was for it to be used as Yorick in Hamlet, and he donated his skull to the RSC as a prop (kudos to also donating his body to medical research). Finally in 2008 it was used in this production of Hamlet. :)
You have no rights! You are a slave! You want me to build you a female so the pair of you can be wicked together. No I will not. Torture me as much as you like, I will never consent. - Victor Frankenstein
Oh Ten you’re so smoothMore like Rose man
he goes from does not compute to DA FUCK I AM MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN THAT CAT in 0.2 seconds
Their reactions made my life complete.
SOMEBODY FINALLY SAID IT
my idea of a hot date
I had no idea there were women like this how do I find them?
I mean shit bro are we really that rare
Although considering the fact that we’re all on Tumblr writing essays about the emotional states of our favorite characters, I can see why it might be difficult to locate us in reality.
how to follow the prime directive, by leonard h. mccoy, md
It’s a bass! <3
actually it’s neither! bass strings are a hell of a lot thicker than this.
this is a ukulele
Illustrations Made by Folding And Unfolding Pieces of Paper bySimon Schubert
That’s it I QUIT
“They gave us the Bill Cosby green screen footage and we were like, ‘what the fuck’”
– Richard Yuricich, visual effects supervisor on Ghost Dad
English artist Craig Davison creates series of paintings that beautifully illustrate the awesome power of childhood imagination and our limitless ability to play pretend as our favorite movie characters. He draws from a wide variety of movies, but the pieces seen here all revolve around Star Wars.
Kids play their hearts in the foreground while their shadows loom larger than life in the background as the fictional characters they’re pretending to be. Tree branches have become light sabers, cardboard tubes and a hair dryer work equally well as blasters, a garbage can and a colander are all you need to be R2-D2 and C3PO, and a pair of headphones serve as Princess Leia’s cinnamon bun hairdo.
Visit Craig Davison’s website to check out more of his delightful and nostalgic artwork. Then go grab a tree branch and meet us at the park for a light saber duel.
[via Nerd Approved]