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tastefullyoffensive:

Maslow’s Modern Hierarchy of Needs [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

Maslow’s Modern Hierarchy of Needs [x]

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deadunderthestairs:

Cambridge dissecting room, 1888.

deadunderthestairs:

Cambridge dissecting room, 1888.

artofthetitle:

Allen Ferro: One thing that I found amazing — I found this out recently, too — was that Pablo used only dailies because Stanley [Kubrick] doesn’t let his negatives get touched.

Pablo Ferro: Yeah, he does a lot of takes so I had a lot of choice. I took the best outtakes which look very much like the takes he used. For the Clockwork trailer, it’s all outtakes.

Read more in part two of our three-part feature interview with Pablo Ferro and his son Allen:

Pablo Ferro: A Career Retrospective, Part 2 on Art of the TItle

yourtriptodisneyland:

The Story Behind the Infamous “Hatbox Ghost”- Haunted Mansion
There was a character in the original Haunted Mansion attic scene that was removed almost immediately after the ride opened, it was called the Hatbox Ghost. The bride has always been there, and the Hatbox Ghost used to stand by her, his head would disappear off his shoulders and appear into the box he was holding along to the beat of her heart. He looked like an elderly ghost with a top hat, cloak, and cane. It is said the Hatbox Ghost was taken down because it’s appearance was too scary for guests. The other explanation is the lighting effect for the ghost didn’t work as planned, and Imagineers took it down as it did not work up to it’s explanations. Regardless of the short amount of time it lived, the Hatbox Ghost has quite a popular reputation with Disney goers who hope to see it return.
For more in depth information, check out:
http://www.doombuggies.com/myths2.php

yourtriptodisneyland:

The Story Behind the Infamous “Hatbox Ghost”- Haunted Mansion

There was a character in the original Haunted Mansion attic scene that was removed almost immediately after the ride opened, it was called the Hatbox Ghost. The bride has always been there, and the Hatbox Ghost used to stand by her, his head would disappear off his shoulders and appear into the box he was holding along to the beat of her heart. He looked like an elderly ghost with a top hat, cloak, and cane. It is said the Hatbox Ghost was taken down because it’s appearance was too scary for guests. The other explanation is the lighting effect for the ghost didn’t work as planned, and Imagineers took it down as it did not work up to it’s explanations. Regardless of the short amount of time it lived, the Hatbox Ghost has quite a popular reputation with Disney goers who hope to see it return.

For more in depth information, check out:

http://www.doombuggies.com/myths2.php

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