To die by your side…

October 27, 2011 § Leave a comment

and if a double-decker bus /crashes into us /to die by your side /is such a heavenly way to die /and if a ten-ton truck /kills the both of us /to die by your side /well, the pleasure – the privilege is mine

Especially when you are a fictional character popping out from the illustrated first-edition covers of Macbeth and Dracula.

Mourir Auprès de Toi (To Die by Your Side) is a short animation film made of 3,000 pieces of felt, all cut by hand by
Olympia Le-Tan and directed by Spike Jonze and Simon Cahn.

The story is set on a bookshelf of the famous Parisian bookstore, Shakespeare and Company and displays the encounter of two cut out figures wanting to be together.

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What makes curly hair curly?

March 25, 2011 § 6 Comments

What makes curly hair curly? What makes glass transparent? Why can’t you say ‘Macbeth’ in a theater? Don’ t tell me that all these questions never crossed your mind, but you never quite managed to find the answer. Ialwayswondered is a cool website where Jarret Green tries to answer the questions that pop up in his curious mind.

I always wondered

via Swiss Miss

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