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Thailand recalls maths books featuring Japanese porn star on cover"…they selected the image randomly from the Internet…" - So obviously the RIGHTS to the image were NOT purchased, or they would have known where it came from. LOL! Sounds to me like the Photo Editor or Creative has some explaining to do. The publisher also must make their employees use Google in "Safe Search" mode. hahaha

Thailand recalls maths books featuring Japanese porn star on cover

"…they selected the image randomly from the Internet…" - So obviously the RIGHTS to the image were NOT purchased, or they would have known where it came from. LOL! Sounds to me like the Photo Editor or Creative has some explaining to do. The publisher also must make their employees use Google in "Safe Search" mode. hahaha


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Louisiana Loses Its Boot
The boot-shaped state isn’t shaped like a boot anymore. That’s why we revised its iconic outline to reflect the truth about a sinking, disappearing place.

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Louisiana Loses Its Boot

The boot-shaped state isn’t shaped like a boot anymore. That’s why we revised its iconic outline to reflect the truth about a sinking, disappearing place.

Though not a real quote by Darwin, it still makes sense to me.
Six Things Darwin Never Said and One he did

Though not a real quote by Darwin, it still makes sense to me.

Six Things Darwin Never Said and One he did

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Gaetano Chierici

Love the subject of all of these. Incredible paintings!

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) [1600x1049] by Chris Weston : MoviePosterPorn

Way cool!
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Binh Danh: Ancestral Altars

Using found photographs from the Khmer Rouge era, Binh Danh imprints the images on leaves through photosynthesis, creating a powerful link between the present and the past by alluding to the jungles that the war was fought in.

Artist Statement: 

In 1975-79, almost 2 million people lost their lives to murder and famine when the Khmer Rouge forced the urban population into the countryside to fulfill their ideal of an agrarian society. The Khmer Rouge—organized by their leader Pol Pot—arrested, tortured, and eventually executed anyone suspected of belonging to several categories of supposed “enemies,” such as foreigners who were ethnic Vietnamese. In a Security Prison coded-named S-21, which was once a schoolhouse, 14,000 men, women and children were tortured and killed. Their testimony was meticulously documented to justify their execution. When Cambodia was liberated by the Vietnamese in 1979, barely a dozen survived S-21.

While visiting this museum, I documented much of the interior. I roamed the rooms and hallways and imagined the horror taking place in front of me. As part of the the victims’ testimony, photographs were made of them. Today, what is left of the memories of these people are rooms and rooms of those portraits. The portraits are witnesses to history and they speak to us, holding us accountable. To honor these lives, I made altars of the dead—a place where we can meditate on history, the present moment, and our own mortality. I believe that even when faced with the truth that we will die someday, we can live a good life and do good for others.

Cool poster by Pop Chart Lab! 

Cool poster by Pop Chart Lab! 

Some of the incredible work by Arantzazu Martinez

Great spoof Ad! Very funny!

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Hail the new King!

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Hail the new King!

Thai Commercial that will make you stop and think about life.

J. Paul Getty Museum FREE digital backlist titles from the Getty Publications Archives. Download from http://goo.gl/Bx1nsE

Cambodian Temples Get Google’s Street View Treatment
This is very cool!