junewarsaw:

Falta He-Man… XDDDD

junewarsaw:

Falta He-Man… XDDDD

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venetukys:

faceviciook… demasiado brollo

venetukys:

faceviciook… demasiado brollo

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caseydonahue:

There is a chance that the guy who made this was making a comment about pop art and Andy Warhol’s style and philosophy of making a meaningless image through repetition through the style Warhol made so famous and using Banksy’s image (which Bansky himself ripped from elsewhere) to make a comment about the philosophy of street art and repurposing images so they deliver a different message than what was intended.
But I’m sure the guy who made this didn’t think about any of that and just put Angry Birds in a shitty Banksy piece and gave it a shitty Warhol filter to make a shitty piece of fan art that is intended to piss me off. I just- I just don’t get why people go crazy for this. 
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caseydonahue:

There is a chance that the guy who made this was making a comment about pop art and Andy Warhol’s style and philosophy of making a meaningless image through repetition through the style Warhol made so famous and using Banksy’s image (which Bansky himself ripped from elsewhere) to make a comment about the philosophy of street art and repurposing images so they deliver a different message than what was intended.

But I’m sure the guy who made this didn’t think about any of that and just put Angry Birds in a shitty Banksy piece and gave it a shitty Warhol filter to make a shitty piece of fan art that is intended to piss me off. I just- I just don’t get why people go crazy for this. 

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So funny but so dummy

So funny but so dummy

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fastcompany:


For more than a decade, the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority has treated the Atlantic as its very own graveyard, tossing thousands of old subway cars off a barge to rust away on the ocean floor. An environmental crime? Hardly.  The program creates habitats for marine life from Georgia to Jersey and  gives New York’s aging subway cars a vibrant (and free!) retirement  home.
Now, New York photographer Stephen Mallon has captured the MTA’s artificial reef program in a gobstopping  collection of stills that look like what you’d get if you combined an Ed  Burtynsky series with the freeze frames of The Matrix and the train porn of The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (without the agro hostage situation). We’ve got lots of details on the program and a selection of Mallon’s photographs above.

Check out the full slideshow over at Co. Design.

fastcompany:

For more than a decade, the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority has treated the Atlantic as its very own graveyard, tossing thousands of old subway cars off a barge to rust away on the ocean floor. An environmental crime? Hardly. The program creates habitats for marine life from Georgia to Jersey and gives New York’s aging subway cars a vibrant (and free!) retirement home.

Now, New York photographer Stephen Mallon has captured the MTA’s artificial reef program in a gobstopping collection of stills that look like what you’d get if you combined an Ed Burtynsky series with the freeze frames of The Matrix and the train porn of The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (without the agro hostage situation). We’ve got lots of details on the program and a selection of Mallon’s photographs above.

Check out the full slideshow over at Co. Design.

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