The missus and me love watching Tom Kerridge’s cooking show. His simple approach to food is right up our sleeve.
Last weekend, he presented a recipe that I couldn’t wait to follow through with. So that’s what we did yesterday, with a slight variation. If you love chicken, you should absolutely try Tom Kerridge’s Lush Lemon Pepper Chicken.
Winnie the Pooh was is one of my favorite children’s books. I loved the stories about him and Tigger and the others (didn’t care too much about Christopher Robin). If you’ve ever asked yourself: How would Winnie the Pooh and his friends look like if they were robots, well, here is the answer courtesy of Mexican artist Carlos Dattoli.
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This is absolutely stunning: Illustrator Denis Medri has reimagined the Batman Universe in a 50s Rockabilly setting.
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A beautiful project by Shinji Tsuchimochi: A view of Tokyo illustrated in 100 amazing comic panels. I love how he mixes everyday situations with a touch of magic realism.
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“The Karo or Kara is a small tribe with an estimated population between 1,000 and 3,000. They are closely related to the Kwegu tribe. They live along the east banks of the Omo River in southern Ethiopia and practice flood retreat cultivation.
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“Across countries, getting lost in small villages and forgotten hills, in the footsteps of the captivating witnesses of time. Giant sculptures commemorating battles and the (not so distant) past, still beautiful and evocative. The Yugoslavian war memorials are trying to resist all: the destructive power of nature, people and the fact, that they have been left to decay.”
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Sir Carma creates awesome images and animations made of voxels. Voxels are well-known as volumetric imaging in games such as Minecraft and Castle Story.
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