Since as far as I could remember, I’ve been fascinated by Toronto history. Â Naturally, BlogTO‘s posts about what this city used to look like are my Â favourites.
1001 Nights from ala sunder on Vimeo. I worked on 1001 Nights, by Yoshitaka Amano, a long time ago when I used to be an animation assistant contracted at Red Rover Animation Studios. I loved this project, and oddly enough I’ve never seen the completed version (with soundtrack and all) until only a few years ago. Posting here for posterity.
It’s hard for me to say that I have a favourite movie. Like a lot of people, I’m indecisive, and I like movies depending on the mood I’m in at the time. But whenever someone asks me, the first movie that comes to mind is “Spirited Away”. Â There is just so much beauty to this movie on so many levels.Â […]
Art is byÂ Jian Guo, and you can find more of his beautiful stained glass art on Deviantart: Â breathing2004.deviantart.com. I came across the LOTR stained glass art on Pinterest (Of course it wasn’t credited, who ever credits artists on social media anymore!). Â Â I’m still poring over all the amazing details. Â I couldn’t pick out any favourites, but there’s a […]
Jeff Thomas takes our favourite, lovely Disney princesses and kind of warps them a bit. I was never one for the pretty and delicate myself, so I appreciate the twist on the concept, and I love his lines. See more of his twisted princesses here: jefftoonportfolio.blogspot.ca
I found Kevin Wada’s art through tumblr, or pinterest… (or something). First of all, I love his style and I definitely love how he interprets my favourite Marvel characters. Â The pictures are linked to Geek-Art.net and you can find more on his tumblr here: kevinwada.tumblr.com
“Finding Bessarion” is a brilliant documentary where the filmmaker takes us to one of the TTC’s little traveled subway stations. If you live in Toronto but never traveled the TTC just to explore the stations you never had to visit, you’re probably missing out.