The ladies who give out raisins and pennies as Halloween treats have banded together to form Old Woman’s League for Raisins And Pennies Everywhere — or O.W.L. R.A.P.E.
Steve Thomas created these amazing Star Wars mash up travel posters. They are inspired by the vintage travel posters of the early 20th century. If you are interested in ordering prints and want to know when they will be available, please leave a comment HERE and the artist will get back to you.
Canadian designer Adrian Johnson constructed this retro loveseat by inserting the back seat of a 1986 BMW 325e into an olive green 1980 Gibson Frost Clear Deluxe refrigerator. The result is a cool mashup that he calls “Fridgecouch”.
Each Fridgecouch is meticulously handcrafted from Johnson’s collection of car seats that he keeps in storage. With a seat in mind, he then goes in search of the right fridge to fit it.
You can see more of his funky frozen furniture creations HERE.
Hailed as the “godfather of Brooklyn pizza,” for forty five years Domenico DeMarco, Italian émigré and father of seven, has been slinging pizzas in his legendary corner shop, Di Fara. Employing five of his children, Dom works tirelessly from morning until night hand crafting each and every pizza himself while his kids take orders and manage the mob of devoted pizza aficionados.
The Best This I Ever Done is a portrait of DeMarco and his beloved pizzeria, an exploration of his rise to fame and an ode to pizzaioli who take their time to ‘make it right.’
Watch the video HERE.
After the success of posthumous concert film “This Is It” last year, Michael Jackson’s music may next hit the big screen in a film version of “Thriller.” GK Films is negotiating to acquire the rights to a feature-length adaptation of the song, according to Deadline.com.
Kenny Ortega, who helmed “This Is It” as well as the “High School Musical” films, is reportedly attached to direct, while “The Hangover” writer Jeremy Garelick is pegged to write the screenplay. The film’s plot is rumored to revolve around Vincent Price, who narrated the groundbreaking “Thriller” music video in 1983.
The film, which is being shopped by Real Effects Entertainment, has also reportedly drawn interest from studios like Fox 2000, Summit Entertainment and Mandate/Lionsgate. The project would likely be budgeted at under $50 million — which is 100 times as much as the $500,000 used to make the 13-minute “Thriller” video.