Rebel Rave up!
Source: spit16 / Walt Disney Records
Lots of inspiring things in this collection of images!
Like ok, we have this shot here
where the suits are closed… the wings are clearly folded up or something
this is when they’re being opened… note the yellow clasps on the capes, and on the suit…
here, out of flight, they’re clasped shut…
and the thing that confirmed it for me is this gif.
here’s one frame
here they’re closed, Kai is about to open his.
Kai has just opened it, and the dark red is already forming a cape.
This is just a really cool piece of engineering for a nation that is evolving rapidly now that it has some decent numbers and I hope Future Industries had a hand in creating them!
Can we just appreciate these wicked wingsuits for the book 4 Air Nation? They’ve gone from such humble beginnings to being basically a bonafide superhero team, and the new outfits are a great reflection of that - somehow I don’t see Tenzin being all that keen to slip one on mind you…
Oh give me a home, where the robo-cattle roam, and the sky’s not cloudy all dayyyyyyyyyy…
The previous logo looked really mean and not very inviting to keep your money there and for retail locations it didn’t have any curb appeal. The new color scheme alone — as New York Knicks and Mets as it gets — brings a healthy dash of cheerful color to the bank. The icon, serving as both an “AB” monogram or simply an attractive abstract shape gives the bank a more identifiable device that is intriguing and attractive in its weaved simplicity.
This one feels like its something straight out of American Hustle, which I guess in this instance is a good thing? ;)
A new twist on the “Days of Future Past” homage comic cover, from a super human and a grouchy lone wolf WHO are no strangers to time travel!
Launched this past September at an event in the United Nations (UN) headquarters, HeForShe is the “UN Women’s Solidarity Movement for Gender Equality bringing together one half of humanity in support of the other half of humanity, for the benefit of all.” The movement and campaign hinge on the premise that gender equality is not just a women’s issue but a human rights issue that requires participation from both women and men.
It’s hard to predict yet whether this icon will rise to the prominence of other cause icons — whether it’s the AIDS ribbon or even the peace symbol originally meant to represent a weapons disarmament movement — but it clearly has the potential in its simplicity.
Took me a little while to understand the mark, but an interesting idea now that I have! While its frustrating in one sense that we should even need a campaign like this in the 21st century, on the other its a great way of getting a rallying symbol that people can easily unite under - here’s hoping its a great force for good on this issue that affects us all!
Many takes on what some might call the purrrfect femme fetale, courtesy of JeffVictor, but which are your favourites?