As this Tumblr blog’s description goes: ‘You know when a movie has a flashback and you see the character as a kid? Sometimes that’s awesome.’ Yep, this blog has 30 pages of evidence. Our favourite’s the one of Jean-Claude Van Damme in Bloodsport. Will someone now follow up with a project to track these kids now when they get older to see if they actually grow up to look like the future selves they got casted as? Keanu Reeves clearly didn’t.
Did you ever thought you were a cool kid back in the days? Rocking a unique style without a care in the world. The Hepcatalog is a tribute to those kids who weren’t afraid to be different and deserves to be given their long-awaited recognition.
The Turbanizer is ‘an easy to use and amazing way to turn everyone into a turban wearing superstar using your mobile device’. Sure doesn’t hurt that there are some really great looking turban designs there, while it also seems well-positioned to open a can of worms. That said, we like its undertones of world peace. [...]
Just what goes on behind your favourite webpage? Tumblr Back Of A Webpage shows us just what happens behind the scenes in Twitter, which seems to be run by little birds, while YouTube turns out to be a big TV. Apple? It’s an iSite, of course. Genius.
‘Meanwhile, a hideous group of subversive paleocomicologists plotted schemes in the dark’. Comically Vintage is a Tumblr blog that takes vintage comic panels and places them out of context – a virtual wellspring of sex, drugs, violence and poor table manners. Hilarity ensues!