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SEE What These Disney Princes Would Look Like In Real Life

Wow, an artist named Jirka Vinse Jonatan Väätäinen has created these amazing images of what the animated Disney princes would look like if they existed in the real world. The artist also did rendering of the Disney Princesses, but we all know you wanted to see yourself some shirtless Tarzan and Hercules first.

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SEE The Stunning Skyscraper In Australia That’s Inspired By Beyonce

These are artist renderings of a skyscraper being built in Melbourne, Australia called the Premiere Tower, and the architects say the building is inspired by the curves of Beyonce. Three words: Oh. Em. Gee. Photos and details about the project are from the architecture firm’s website.

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Gummy Bear Art is apparently a thing

Maybe I’ve been out of the loop, but there’s a handful of people making art with gummy bears.  I guess it makes sense, because I know there have been lots of Lego masterpieces.  But, in fairness, Legos are DESIGNED to connect together to make things.  Check out some awesomely insane pieces on the website Mental Floss (and don’t be surprised if you see their #7 on Lady Gaga someday). 

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SEE the Disney Princesses dressed in clothes from the years their respective movies were released

If you can’t tell, the young woman pictured above is Ariel from The Little Mermaid.  If she looks a little different, it’s because she’s dressed in clothes from 1989, the year her movie was released.  An artist named Beatrice Loren from Sweden decked-out all of the Disney princesses in garb from the years their respective movies were released (hell, Mulan looks like she could have been a cast member in Clueless).  See how the rest of the princesses look here

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The Lion King Recap – Etch A Sketch Version

As a kid, I could NEVER master the Etch-a-Sketch beyond making a simple square (or the L which I imagine others saw on my forehead for not being Etch-a-Sketch proficient).  I’d try to learn it now, but I’m far too impatient to spend the time to really figure it out, so I’ll just watch videos of other people showing off with their Etch-a-Sketch prowess.  Showoffs.

BTW, I haven’t done a search, but I’d imagine some One Direction superfans have a whole collection of Harry, Niall, LIam, Louis, and Zahn Etch-a-Sketch portraits illuminated by soft-glow candlelight.