Maritime Heritage by James Williamson
Maritime Heritage is a drawing by James Williamson which was uploaded on January 1st, 2012. The drawing may be purchased as wall art, home decor, apparel, phone cases, greeting cards, and more. All products are produced on-demand and shipped worldwide within 2 - 3 business days.
Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labrynth
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The Journal Diaries- Kolby's Hiking Journals
The Journal Diaries is a blog segment where we get a sneak peek into the journals, notebooks, organizers, and diaries from people all over t...
Battle Zone: Photographer Recreates 'War of the Worlds' Using Scale Models - DIY Photography
Lyn Caudle is a fan of The War of the Worlds, so much so that the photographer and visual effects supervisor decided to recreate the massive carnage in his hometown of Dallas. Unfortunately, nothing was actually blown up or destroyed during the process. After creating lifelike replicas of the “Martian war machines” from both the 1953 […]
The Day 1 Million Americans Thought Aliens Invaded Earth
Seventy-five years ago, Orson Welles' "War of the Worlds" broadcast convinced radio listeners that aliens from Mars were coming to America.
Бележнице Едварда Хопера
Одувек сам била привучена формом књиге. Садржај је једно, али сама форма предмета, независно од поменутог садржаја, бивала ми је подједнако интересантна. У форми књиге, наравно, није само оно што је књижевност, али јесте нека врста имагинативног садржаја или бар нечег што имагинацију афирмише. Књиге/свеске у служби хербаријума, личних адресара, бележница свакодневних тричарија, блока за…
Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach: Ecocriticism For Children
Roald Dahl is perhaps most famous for his children’s novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, but he has published a number of successful children’s novels that are equally endearing, including Matilda, and Fantastic Mr Fox. Many of his works deal with social issues such as class, but environmental concerns are also prevalent in his works. There is perhaps no Dahl novel that more effectively deals humanity’s problematic relationship with the environment than James and the Giant Peach…