The second USA goal. #lagassestadium #lasvegas #worldcup #plazzo

There’s a neon sign that look just like my wife. #flamingo #lasvegas #neon

There’s a neon sign that look just like my wife. #flamingo #lasvegas #neon

Full moon over Las Vegas. #lasvegas #bachelor party

Full moon over Las Vegas. #lasvegas #bachelor party

This might be Utah.

This might be Utah.

archiemcphee:

It’s high time we shared more artwork by Australian illustrator DrFaustusAU (previously featured here), who reimagines movie, comic book and video game titles and characters as book covers rendered in the unmistakable style of Dr. Seuss.

Today we’re treated to covers for The Silence of the Lambs, The Terminator, The Last of Us, V for Vendetta, Mars Attacks!, Predator, and The Evil Dead.

Visit DrFaustusAU’s deviantART page to check out even more of his awesome artwork.

[via Lost at E Minor and Incredible Things]

It’s a beautiful day for a Green•Wood walk. #greenwoodcemetery

It’s a beautiful day for a Green•Wood walk. #greenwoodcemetery

It’s playoff time! Game starts at 4 at the Brooklyn Tech field. #sabertoothsharkhawks #playoffs #brooklynpub

It’s playoff time! Game starts at 4 at the Brooklyn Tech field. #sabertoothsharkhawks #playoffs #brooklynpub

ToyBiz 1989 Batcave. #personalcollection #toybiz #batman #joker #batcave

ToyBiz 1989 Batcave. #personalcollection #toybiz #batman #joker #batcave

Meeting Ryan Kennedy for the first time. #ryankennedy #uncletony #tinybaby

Meeting Ryan Kennedy for the first time. #ryankennedy #uncletony #tinybaby

albrightknox:

Mr. Price at the Albright-Knox

Vincent Price’s relationship with the Albright-Knox Art Gallery dates back to the early 1960s. Many people might not know, but Vincent Price studied art history at Yale University and was an avid art lover and collector. Public access to fine art was important to Price, so it seems fitting that he helped promote the Collection and the benefits of membership at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

In honor of the posting of this 1979 video by the Gusto Blog at the Buffalo News (originally posted this morning by Retrontario) in which Price talks about the benefits of becoming a member of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, here are photos from Mr. Price’s visit to the Albright-Knox on October 18, 1963.

Photographs by S. Greenberg. Images courtesy Albright-Knox Art Gallery Media Collection.

(via mudwerks)