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Things We Saw Today: Artist Photographs Pit Bulls in Flower Crowns to Fight Public Opinion

Artist Photographs Pit Bulls In Floral Crowns To Show Softer Side And Encourage AdoptionArtist: Sophie Gamand Photography

Posted by David Wolfe on Monday, February 8, 2016

Artist Sophie Gamand tries to fight a common public misconception about some of the sweetest dogs on earth: pit bulls. She took photos of them wearing the #1 accessory among music festival girls: flower crowns. We already loved pit bulls, and this video just makes us love them even more. Who’s a pretty puppy? (via Facebook/David Wolfe)

  • Ghostbusters fans, this one’s for you: there’s a brand new documentary in the works centered on the Ghostbusters fandom. The concept might sound familiar. It’s just like last year’s Back to the Future fan documentary Back In Time–it’s even made by a few of the same people! You should check out the Kickstarter if you want to see this doc come to fruition. (via io9)
  • Destiny builders: you can now build your own ships and Sparrows thanks to an upcoming Mega Blox toy set. It’s coming out “later this year.” (via Polygon)

Your Mad Max: Fury Road cosplay needs this tutorial. The fine folks over at Break’s AWE me channel released a new episode of DIY Prop Shop, and this time, they’re teaching you how to make Max’s “Blood Bag” Mask. (via Laughing Squid)

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