The Candy Shop : A Fairy Tale about Sexual Exploitation of Children
introducing, this perfect human being.
The Little Prince | Various Artists and Languages
DIY Spray Painted and Dipped Plastic Animals Tutorial from Honest to Nod here. The bull with drizzled blue paint on it reminds me of the photograph in the Top Photo where artist Doug Pederson took Dollar Store Animals and melted crayons over them (more images here). Bottom Photo: DIY by Honest to Nod.
this is such a brilliant idea!
DIY Weave A Space Invader Tutorial. Easy enough for kids to do. Tutorial and variations on Space Invaders by minieco here. *First seen at Geek Crafts here.
brilliant for any pixel art. try it out.
Just an apple and fabric paint! There are other natural stamping ideas on this tutorial to try out as well
The Clouds Above
The Clouds Above is a rip-roaring adventure about a kid named Simon, who skips school one day with his cat, Jack. They climb a magic staircase leading skyward, encounter a sad cloud named Perch and get mixed up in a conflict involving him, some nasty storm clouds and an irritable flock of birds. Will they make back home safely in time for school tomorrow?
Throughout the whole comic, I was very jealous of Jack. Walking on clouds? Getaatahere.
Needless to say, this is a very adorable book for kids (adults with kiddie hearts). It has a nice sense of humor too and is one of those comics I plan on reading for my kids when they start existing.
*link fixed, thank you toogie.
In a rough style, by way of unique footage, the brutal consequences of modern wars are exposed. The film also depicts the ability of women and children to handle their everyday life after a dramatic war experience. Many of them live in tents or in ruins without walls or roofs. They are all in need of money, food, water and electricity. Others have lost family members, or are left with seriously injured children. Can war solve conflicts or create peace? The film follows three children through the war and the period after the ceasefire.
Several Jewish and Palestinian children are followed for three years and put in touch with each other, in this alternative look at the Jewish-Palestinian conflict. The three filmmakers followed a group of seven local children between 1995 and 1998. They all have a totally different background. These seven children tell their own story about growing up in Jerusalem. Through this portrait of their generation, we see how deep rooted and almost insoluble the problems of the Middle East have become. When the protagonists speak out in an epilogue a couple of years later, it becomes apparent that all have lost their childlike innocence
because many people have been reblogging the screen captures asking for links to watch this online. here you go, tumblrville.