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With larger ink tanks, more paper capacity, and access to cloud storage, Canon's new office-centric Maxify-series of color inkjet printers are designed for small business and home office users – or anyone who prints a lot.
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All art can stop being made because this is it. This is the best. Photographer Sandro Miller and John Malkovich teamed up to recreate famous portraits from history in their photo series Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters and it's absolutely perfect. And hilarious. And the best.
You'll recognize so many of these famous pictures but instead of seeing what you're used to or spotting the familiar face, you'll see John Malkovich's pose and mug in them instead. Goodbye Einstein and Marilyn, hello Malkovich and John.
The recreated works are perfect, Miller frames the portraits perfectly and Malkovich completely nails each pose. These aren't Photoshop jobs, these are full recreations. Seeing them made me giggle and changed my sense of what awesome truly means.
Carl Fischer / Muhammad Ali, New York (1967), 2014
Andy Warhol / Green Marilyn (1962), 2014
Annie Leibovitz / John Lennon and Yoko Ono (1980), 2014
Albert Watson / Alfred Hitchcock with Goose (1973), 2014
Alberto Korda / Che Guevara (1960), 2014
Arthur Sasse / Albert Einstein Sticking Out His Tongue (1951), 2014
Bert Stern / Marilyn in Pink Roses (from The Last Session, 1962), 2014
Dorothea Lange / Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California (1936), 2014
Being better than a Matrix sequel is not saying much, I know. But after recently re-watching the whole trilogy (and enjoying it!), it's still nuts how much better the first one was. The action sequences in the sequels may have been more insane but this 8-bit game version of The Matrix brings back more fond memories than the sequels do.
Let's say that you've got a spare two grand stuffed in a shoebox under your bed, and you want to put it towards something really useful. No, not paying off a credit card bill, or getting your car serviced — you want to blow that on a Mario Bros lamp made out of Lego.
In fairness, the light is both pretty big — plenty of bang for your buck — and, in all seriousness, kinda cool. A little over two feet tall, and nearly a foot wide at the base, this doesn't so much hint at your love of Nintendo's most famous franchise, as forcibly shove it into every visitor's face.
Just don't knock it over in the middle of a frenzied Mario Kart celebration — then you'd be left in the dark, with Lego bricks strewn across the floor like little plastic landmines. That wouldn't be pretty. [Etsy via Technabob]