Wednesday, June 29, 2011

A Game Called Destiny

I saw this short film, that I saw on Yahoo and I just wanted to share it here because it's so beautiful. Simple, yet beautiful. It's a hopefull short video telling people that there's someone right for everybody. It's just a matter of time that destiny will bring you both together. Very cute and artsy!

Alice in Wonderland inspired items

Everybody who knows me well, know that I have a strange big fascination with Alice in Wonderland. I follow a blog called Oddee where they post pictures of weird and cool things. I suggested to do an Alice in Wonderland themed blog and todays they published it online. It has attracted more than 17, 000 views so far just today! Check it out in this link:

Oddee: Items inspired by Alice in Wonderland

To this date, I am still working on my Alice in Wonderland Monopoly :)

Friday, June 17, 2011

Make Love, Not War

In the amidst of burning cars, window smashing, and police trying to stop Vancouver riot after the Canucks lost the hockey Game 7 against the Bruins for the Stanley Cup finals, this happened:

This image represents every letter in the phrase "make love, not war", and that there is beauty in the ugliness.

Turns out, that this couple is Aussie bartender, Scott Jones, and Canadian college student Alex Thomas. Scott has come to Canada and has been dating Alex for a while. After the picture has been passed around the Internet, it was just a matter of time that people picked up the mystery. Scott's sister recognized him, and the rest is history. Apparently, Alex got a bruise on a leg after being pushed by a police. Scott comforted her by giving her a kiss, and that's when photographer Rich Lam captured the 'Kodak moment'.

And I thought that they just met there and because of so much passion caught in the heat of the moment they decided to make out right there. LOL as many has thought.

What do you think of this image?

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Winnie The Pooh and Drugs

I just found this very funny and I wanna share it

Sunday, June 12, 2011

I like this a lot

I like this a lot. Reminds me of the tea party scene in Alice in Wonderland where the march hare sliced the teacup in two.