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Leonardo da Vinci

  1. The Ninja Turtles Battle Their Namesakes in the Latest Epic Rap Battles of History

    I bet Vanilla Ice feels left out.

    The Ninja Turtles were named for Renaissance artists. We know who would win in a fight, and who would win in an art competition, but what about a rap battle?

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  2. Things We Saw Today: A Dinosaur Dating Sim

    Things We Saw Today

    Short and sweet, Jurassic Heart is definitely worth five surreal minutes of your time. (The Daily Dot)

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  3. Cavemen Were Better at Drawing Four-Legged Animals, Modern Man Hangs Head in Shame

    Think you know art better than a caveman? It might be time to think again -- at least in one arena. A recent analysis of nearly 1,000 pieces of cave paintings and modern artwork suggests that Paleolithic humans had a better eyes than modern artists when it came to capturing the complex movement of four-legged animals. Modern artists, the study claims, have yet to reach this same level of artistic prowess and continue to struggle with the ambulatory sequence of most earthbound mammals. If you haven't yet, this may be the point where you write the art school you attended looking for a refund.

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  4. World Still Safe from Zombie Mona Lisa [They Dug Up the Wrong Body]

    Our Adorable Past

    Attention, art history fans: Mona Lisa's skeleton has not been found. Or, rather, the skeleton recently exhumed by art historian/researcher Silvano Vinceti, thought to have belonged to Mona Lisa model Lisa del Giocondo, in fact belonged to a different long-term resident of the Ursuline convent that is supposedly the final resting place of Leonardo da Vinci's muse.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Paper Doll Batgirl

    Things We Saw Today

    Here is a paper doll of Stephanie Brown and her alter-ego, Batgirl. Artist Kyle Hilton also did a Chris Hemsworth Thor version so, you know, you can mix and match their outfits. Check out the a whole bunch more including a Maggie Smith/Violet Crawley from Downton Abbey! (via Comics Alliance) 

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  6. How Physics And Your Ponytail Go Together

    Allow Us To Explain

    Consider this: Someone has spent the last few years studying the physics of ponytails at University of Cambridge in England. Now we know a few particulars about ponytails. And no, one of them is not that ponytails are great for keeping your hair out of your face and off your neck. Read on to find out what conclusions were drawn from the research. 

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  7. Cats Improve Everything, Including Famous Paintings

    Awwwwww

    Great Artists' Mews, where have you been all my life?!? It's safe to say I'm a crazy cat lady but I was made even crazier with a new addition to my household just two days ago so this post is totally relevant to my interests. Hit the jump for not just any cat, but this adorably plump orange creature, deftly inserted into some classical works of art. 

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Portal Bookends

    Things We Saw Today

    These Portal bookends are hopefully only temporarily sold out at the Etsy site for Oberon Woodcraft. Otherwise this just makes that whole cake thing hurt even more. (At Technabob)

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  9. The Da Vinci Code Is Real. Maybe. Not Really.

    In an attempt to further convince people that Dan Brown does not write fiction, an Italian researcher has claimed to have found secret codes in the eyes of the Mona Lisa. There's a joke about "Mona Lisa Eyes" in there someplace. Maybe etched into "Waterlilies." According to Silvano Vinceti, there are several letters and numbers etched into both eyes of the Mona Lisa that may or may not reveal either A) a secret code or B) the identity of the woman who sat for the iconic painting.

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  10. Leonardo da Vinci Action Movie in the Works

    Brace yourselves; the movie you’ve been waiting for is finally in the works. According to The Hollywood Reporter,Warner Brothers has acquired the rights to Adrian Askarieh’s original work, Leonardo da Vinci and the Soldiers of Forever. If you think nothing could be better than the title, here's the plot:

    Da Vinci will be portrayed as “a secret society member embroiled in a supernatural adventure that pits him against Biblical demons in a story involving secret codes, lost civilizations, hidden fortresses and fallen angels.”

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