Im usually not of fan of horror movies or anything zombie related because it freaks the heck outta me but “World War Z” seems like something worth freaking out for. World War Z is the movie version of the is a 2006 post-apocalyptic horror novel with the same name by Max Brooks. I gotta say one of the things that really gets me interested in this movie is the zombies, they aren’t slow moving mindless ...

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I do not recall ever seeing a 5+ minute trailer ever and still think there is more left for the movie to show. Normally in just under 2 minutes you get to see everything. Cloud Atlas movie is an adaptation of the popular novel by British writer David Mitchell and it was well received. This movie stars Tom Hanks, Halle Berry and others placed in different timelines, past, present, future and each by judging by the ...

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This is somewhat of a very strange story. An American man decided to leave life as we know it behind him and starting a new life in the wildness of Utah while having no money but the resources that nature provides. This man is called Daniel Suelo and has been living in a cave alone for 12 years since 2000. His idea of money is interesting, it is a mere illusion and one day it ...

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The most complicated father and son story has to be Darth Vader and Luke’s in the Star War’s universe. One particular artist re-imagines this complication and resolves it by making Darth Vader a good father yet still retain the appearance. This artist is Jeffrey Brown and he has created a children’s book illustrating Darth Vader and Luke in everyday situations where Darth Vader is a true father, going on field trips, eating ice-cream, teaching Luke how ...

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I have always had a thing for pop-up books, the ability for a person to form 3D objects and transform them back to 2D is something beyond me, but I carry a great admiration for such talent. Swedish artist Andreas Johansson made a pop-up book and showcased it during his solo exhibition called From Where the Sun Now Stands. What makes this over-sized book remarkable is the fact that it is made out of photographs that ...

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26 Typewriters is a very interesting project by Exit Creative Company where it features pictures of old typewriters in all their colorful glory spread out through 36 compiled into a book. While the project is by Exit Creative Company, photographer duo Ioulex was hired to take the photographs and as you can see they look great. He shot these photographs on 35mm and medium format film to capture the complexity and beauty of typewriters with such ...

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I have never in my life seen a book that looks good enough to eat, until now. You know how the saying goes “never judge a book by its cover”, well when that book is about design then you should definitely judge it by its cover and what a cover it is! The book entitled ‘Eat Me‘ looks like a giant wafer, and you can order it in two “flavors” white vanilla and brown chocolate. Just ...

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If you have watched Inception this would make a little more sense to you, this is a book featuring a photograph of a photographer and his/her photo. This is a clever project by talented photographer Tim Mantoani that turned into a 220 page book featuring over 150 photographers and their photos. We normally see these famous photographs and admire them, probably research who took them but most of the time we don’t. This amazing project is ...

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Alert, this video will spoil the whole encyclopedia for you from front to back cover and yet it is still worth getting. This is a very clever encyclopedia created by Brussels Sprout and it defies the idea of encyclopedias and instead presents us with outstanding visuals. Each page of this handy book for both locals and foreigners features silhouettes of different kinds of things dedicated to Emarati’s and the Arab’s culture. Pages include graphics of types ...

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Just when I think I have seen it all, comes this amazing stop motion video called “The Joy of Books”. The idea behind this video is pretty simple and recognizable as you’d probably compare it to Toy Story where toys are alive and in this case books in a bookstore are live. They dance, flip, swap colors, move around, open, close and so much more giving books a different perspective. Just maybe books are speaking out letting ...

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Don’t worry, these weapons of mass destruction are indeed made to destroy, but much more on a minimal level and I’d call it a friendly WMD. When I was a kid and I’m pretty sure you have gone through the same phase in schools where people created paper planes and moved on to create weapons that actually are designed to destroy others whether in a friendly manner or an evil one. I’m not encouraging it but ...

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So I featured this book about a week ago and I actually bought it, not knowing what it has in store. So to start with, this book contains all the amazing color scripts of all Pixar movies to date. These color scripts are like mood-boards, showcasing vivid colors and simplistic illustrations created using computers, pastels, ink, etc. Each page contains a set of images corresponding to the section titled with a Pixar’s movie name. The art ...

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The Art of Pixar is a great book featuring the complete color scripts and select art from 25 Years of Animation at the geniuses at Pixar. This book can be judged by its cover and it sure looks great. This art book isn’t your typical concept or full art feature, instead it is based off color scripts of all Pixar movies and also includes beautiful art. The color scripts are very simple but that’s where the ...

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Who knew food could be so stylish? Theres no doubt that art can be implemented into countless mediums and for this post that medium is food. This publication is your required nutritional intake served in the most appealing manner to the eye. A sort of culinary inspiration with 54 designers, artists and architects using visual images of food trends. The project is initiated by the consulting firm based in Hamburg EIGA and published by NBVD. Heres the ...

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Geeky gamers this ones for you. Who can deny the huge impact that Nintendo Game Boys had on the video game industry? The 8-bit pixel goodness that we carried around everywhere with its grey case and purple buttons. After having such a clear influence on our lives, Game Boy deserves some recognition for its greatness and thats what this book is about. The book, titled Pixel Galaxy, will be available soon by Sergio Ingravalle with all the ...

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This amazing campaign was made by Love Agency in Lithuania. I love how they made it so simple yet it says so much at the same time. The campaign is for a Mint Vinetu bookstore, and it revolves around the slogan “Become someone else … Pick your hero at Mint Vinetu.” I just loved this series, the whole concept is pure genius and the way they executed it is gorgeous. Too bad the bookstores website doesn’t ...

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