Posts Tagged it came from the 80s

Art-Out Moment: Darren Rawlings’ Santa Lion-O, HO! HO! HOOOOOOOOO!

See more of Rawl’s art at his web house.

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Art-Out Moment: Chinese Space Posters are Colorful, Filled with Babies

See more posters and learn the history behind them at Chinese Posters.net.
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The 80s in Star Wars: Universes Collide, When Gene Roddenberry and George Lucas Met

Taken from Star Trek:The Official Fan Club newsletter (no publisher listed/1987)

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Good Night, Internet: Watch 30 Years of Asteroid Discovery in 3 Minutes

Sleep well.

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The Pakku rotundus series of 8-Bit Labs

Each piece is based on a classic videogame character as seen through the prism of real-life anatomy. They are rendered in clay, painted with acrylics and sealed in resin to give the appearance of a specimen preserved in formaldehyde. Seen here is a P. rotundus, which is based on Pac Man.

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The Stay Puft Marshmellow Man as You’ve Not Seen Him Before, Naked

Let the Halloween 2010 horror posting begin.

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Today in Star Wars: Mari Kasurinen’s My Little Pony Pop Art

Here’s an entire Flickr set of modified My Little Pony pop art.

My Little Boba FettMy Little Stormtrooper

We dared not share My Little Chewbacca. He freaked us out a bit.

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Good Morning, Marty. We Know. “This is Heavy”

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Good Morning, Survivors of the Thundarr Catastrophe

What were we watching in our jammies on ABC Saturday morning 1980? The Superfriends, Plastic Man(unfortunately), Richie Rich, Scooby and Scrappy(sadly), and Thundarr the Barbarian(awesomely).

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Photographer Re-Creates 30 Year Old Scenes with Original Models

A photography project 30 years in the making.

None of the people in the pictures realised they were being photographed. The couple saying goodbye at the station clearly had other things on their mind. Had it not been for the curiosity of photographer Chris Porsz, they might have remained anonymous for ever.

But last year he became intrigued by the idea of discovering the story behind the pictures he had taken in Peterborough in the early Eighties.

Discover more photos and the stories behind them at Mail Online.

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