At first glance, these pictures of Hitler in various guises look like they could have emerged from the dark lairs of a kid bored at home with photo-editing software in his computer. But the US Office of Strategic Defense really commissioned New York make-up artist Eddie Senz to make these during World War II. Guess we’ve seen everything there is to see now that we’ve seen Hitler bald.
The Keep Calm and Carry On poster is probably the most iconic graphic image of the past decade and this video explains where it came from. The poster was one of three issued by the British government during WWII as morale boosting reminders. And even though over two million copies were printed, the Keep Calm [...]
With so many faux-documentaries out there, you’d think that the real world wasn’t interesting anymore. But Marwencol proves otherwise. After a brutal attack left him with brain damage, Mark Hogancamp created a bizarre and wonderful 1/6-scale Barbie-sized world in his backyard that has to be seen to be believed. The film won the Grand Jury [...]