Celia Bowen from Erin Morgenstern’s “The Night Circus”
Watching the first 36 minutes of Dr.Horrible’s sing along blog
Watching the last 6 minutes
WHERE ARE WE GOING TODAY?
WHERE SHALL WE EXPLORE? :D
I WANT ONE
Me: “Why is your brother crying?”5yo: “I bumped my hand on the ground!”Me: “That’s why he is crying?”5yo: “I also hit him in the face.”
|—||Neil Gaiman. (via ifreakinlovebooks)|
This wonderfully sinister Coppelius Chair has us wishing that Halloween was already here. It was designed Yaara Derkel, inspired by Sigmund Freud’s concept of the uncanny, uncomfortable strangeness that arises when when something familiar seems unsettlingly alien at the same time.
At a glance it simply looks like a handsome chair, a variation of Thonet furniture design.
"However, at a certain hour of the day, when the room is lit, an inexplicable, monstrous projection appears, which symbolically ‘overshadows’ the feelings the original chair provokes."
Head over to designboom to learn more about Yaara Derkel’s design for this delightfully disquieting chair.
Not only is her costume amazing, but…look at the spoon! Maybe she really is Magneto…