More eyes, more cute


The freaks at B3ta are photoshopping extra eyes into kittehs and pugs (pug by Shlvng), and it's wonderful.

D'awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!

Unusual childrens' books

darkmaster

Can't remember much after about 8pm last night, but just found these on my desktop, so it must have been a good evening.

Death-cults

cisrabbit

episcopalians

mother

WEAK

Hubble Cat

hubhigh

Hubble Ultra Deep Field Cat. So many galaxies!

Read the rest

Kittehfish

Shoop: XJ

Blood Moon Kitten Feast

Shoop: XJ

Slothurday

'shoop: XJ.

Peaceful Panda Planet


'shoop: @xeni. We've been @darth'd.

Rabbit Rainbow

Shoop: XJ

All You Need is Pug


Shoop: XJ

Kitten Frog Laser Battle


Shoop: XJ

Dead Ewok action figure


More tragically unsourced brilliant stuff from the tubes: a dead Ewok action figure.

(via Super Punch)

Shooting video -- with bullets

A Juxtapoz article from last March featured the firearm-flavored contemporary illustrative photoshoppery of Adam Wheatley. I'm especially fond of this visual commentary on shooting video.

Juxtapoz Magazine - The Illustrations of Adam Wheatley (via Kadrey)

Little face Mitt

Enjoy these unsettling pictures of Mitt Romney with a very tiny face.

The hilarity of CNN + Fox's bungled Health Care Act reporting, in a single 'shoop

Gary He of Inside Images today tweeted his photoshopped interpretation of an epic CNN gaffe. His 'shoop visually references the historic 1948 photo of just-elected President Harry Truman displaying before a crowd a newspaper that incorrectly reported his defeat.

The image went viral after inclusion in this New York Daily News article on how CNN and Fox totally blew it, by incorrectly reporting that the health care mandate championed by Obama was voted unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, when the opposite was in fact the case. More on Poynter. (thanks, Miles O'Brien!)

"Honest" Movie posters


The Shiznit devised some "honest" movie posters for this year's Oscar awards season. I love the ones that blandly explain the poster's symbolic intent (left) but not so much the ones that explain the moviemakers' motives (right). [via This Isn't Happiness]