Posts Tagged ‘faces’
The young faces of an old war: Never-before-seen photos of the Korean War show what the three-year conflict really looked like
Posted December 27, 2011on:
LIFE magazine published a collection of never-before-seen photos from the front lines of the three-year conflict that resulted in around 700,000 deaths.
I get mail every day from readers (you know who you are) lamenting that the cars you grew up with were so much better than today’s cars.
I hear about the accident that destroyed your new Camry but would have barely scratched Pop’s ’77 LTD. I hear about riding in a station wagon’s rear-facing seat and making faces at following motorists. Nostalgia aside, you’re oh so misguided. Technology and a host of government regulations have made today’s cars
With just a little program, and the power of cloud computing, Photofly can transform faces, objects, rooms, and architecture into highly-detailed 3D meshes.
Not sure if its the way you eat these, or the look on their consumer’s faces, but these edible, flavored, iced guns are startling and bizarre.
It was a rough transition coming back to D.C., a city that Im quickly learning is populated almost exclusively by clean-cut faces in suits, all of whom seem to resemble the adult versions of the cocky snobs I had come to despise in my political science classes at school.
Lucky Batman! All he had to deal with was Two-Face.
Who knows whether he’d have been able to handle James Kuhn, a wacky artist with hundreds of faces. Kuhn loves painting his face so much that one day he decided he’d do it up differently every day for a yearand when that wasn’t enough, he did it all over again!
Check out this artful crop of sand-crafted expressions come to life