Not many people are aware of this….
Walt Disney, one of the greatest animators of ALL time, grew up and started his first animation studio in Kansas City. The studio itself is falling apart and the city has been trying to raise money to restore it and fix it up, but the community has barely been giving anything. I fear the advertising and word of it is just not getting out enough. It shames me because I live in Kansas City and I’m a huge fan of Disney and his older work. I think it’s very important to try and get this out there to other Disney fans who can donate a few dollars to help get this studio reworked and turned into a museum!
More Info on the Project: http://www.yesterland.com/laughogram.html
THIS IS WALT DISNEY’S FIRST OFFICIAL STUDIO! WITHOUT IT, HE WOULD HAVE NEVER STARTED BIG IN CALIFORNIA. COME ON, DISNEY FANS, LETS HELP TRY AND SAVE DISNEY’S ORIGINAL STUDIO!!!
Here for Donations: http://www.thankyouwaltdisney.org/?page_id=669
what happened in roughly 1870 though
why was there temporary internet
with a few people searching for pokemon?
"You Like Yer Hair Being Pulled?" 2014
Comic paneling practice.
Ink Pens, Photoshop.
We Will Fall Together, 2014 (Revised)
Launching of a London Rat Cafe! - London Dungeon creates quirky cafe where customers can drink with rats in a bid to remodel their image.
London Dungeon – an enclave of spooky corridors and shock-tactic exhibits which looks at the darker side of the history of the capital city – is celebrating the opening of its Rat Café, and with it, the chance for guests to enjoy a nice mug of ‘Ratuccino’ or a slice of ‘Black Forest Rateux’.
Health and safety officials will be relieved to hear that neither food nor drink at the Rat Café includes rats as genuine ingredients – but willing guests can, if they so choose, enjoy both while the little creatures dash about the room, or even sit on their shoulders.
Although this unusual form of catering is largely for fun, there is also a mildly serious point to it – an attempt to rehabilitate the image of a much-maligned creature.
‘Rats have been tarnished with an undeserved reputation throughout history – from the Black Death of the Middle Ages to the great stink of Victorian times,’ says Hywel Mathias of London Dungeon. ‘We wanted to challenge those perceptions and show they are actually characterful and full of fun.’
‘Our café lets people get even closer, handle them, stroke them and really get to know them.’
Although the Rat Café was a one-off for a group of rat-loving guests, London Dungeon is considering making the idea a regular event.
‘Judging by first reactions, this pop-up rat café could become a regular date on the eccentric things to do calendar,’ Mr Hywel says.
I am going to go there!
Where we should have lunch on a Vulture trip to London.
every single one of these posts are gold