The new X-Men: Days of Future Past trailer makes the film look like a total sausage fest. It features lots of gruff bros giving each other attitude, and “good friends” socking each other in the face. The one woman who gets a speaking line gets called a bitch. It’s disappointing. The X-Men have the best female characters in comics, and several are being played by Oscar-winners. I hope the actual film does better by them.
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X-Men Class Yearbook Photos; Art by Evan “Doc” Shaner art by George Kambadais; Art by Rogan Josh; Art by Russell Dauterman; Art by Thugg; Art by Kris Anka
Love seeing these together!
Methinks mine needs color?
I loved this little X-Men art meme.
The classified ad section of a newspaper is one of the last places you’d expect to find an astonishing optical illusion, which is part of what makes this one so amazing. This entire newspaper page is a Corona Kitchen advertisement created by Colombia-based creative director Felipe Salazar. By cleverly manipulating text size and spacing, Salazar made it appear as though a tiny 3D kitchen has been embedded in the columns of text. Look carefully and you’ll see countertop, cabinets, a stove and a range hood.
[via Design Taxi]