Wonderlust

noun.   1. A strong desire to feel surprise, curiosity and awe.

2. How teenagers tag other people's pictures from abroad.
Daft Punk Action Figures
Release date: November 2013Total height: approx.15cmPrice: TBA
Appropriately timed with the group’s new album announcement and supervised by the artists themselves, high-end action figures of Daft Punk have been confirmed for release under the S.H.Figuarts advanced action figure series from Bandai Japan’s premium collector’s label, Tamashii Nations! The total figure height is approximately 15cm, and as with all S.H.Figuarts figures, these Daft Punk figures feature precise articulation for recreation of a variety of poses. The helmet areas will feature a shiny metallic finish for enhanced realism.
via: Bluefin Tamashii Nations USA

Daft Punk Action Figures

Release date: November 2013
Total height: approx.15cm
Price: TBA

Appropriately timed with the group’s new album announcement and supervised by the artists themselves, high-end action figures of Daft Punk have been confirmed for release under the S.H.Figuarts advanced action figure series from Bandai Japan’s premium collector’s label, Tamashii Nations! The total figure height is approximately 15cm, and as with all S.H.Figuarts figures, these Daft Punk figures feature precise articulation for recreation of a variety of poses. The helmet areas will feature a shiny metallic finish for enhanced realism.

via: Bluefin Tamashii Nations USA

herochan:

Happy 78th Birthday Carl Sagan!

herochan:

Happy 78th Birthday Carl Sagan!

jtotheizzoe:

Pokémon vs Phylomon
Since a 2002 study showed that kids knew more about the types of Pokémon than they did common wildlife species, the creators of Phylo have devised a solution: A trading card game based on real species knowledge.
Phylomon! Gotta classify ‘em all!
Think it could work? I dunno. Until we can get animals on every lunch box in the school, there’s a lot out there for nature to compete with. But then again, as they say, children are born scientists. Why not try and combine their loves?
I would play this. We battle, and nature wins!
(via Wildlife Fun 4 Kids)

jtotheizzoe:

Pokémon vs Phylomon

Since a 2002 study showed that kids knew more about the types of Pokémon than they did common wildlife species, the creators of Phylo have devised a solution: A trading card game based on real species knowledge.

Phylomon! Gotta classify ‘em all!

Think it could work? I dunno. Until we can get animals on every lunch box in the school, there’s a lot out there for nature to compete with. But then again, as they say, children are born scientists. Why not try and combine their loves?

I would play this. We battle, and nature wins!

(via Wildlife Fun 4 Kids)