Interesting conceptual use of typography. Set vertically with red highlight and placed over the person's eye, it functions pictographically as dripping blood, with the white highlighted text as a needle. Art-historically, it visually relates to El Lissitzky's "Beat the Whites with the Red Wedge".
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At tall, this chocolate fountain by Jean-Philippe Maury is the world's largest, located inside the Bellagio, Las Vegas. Not just eye candy, this fully-functional chocolate fountain circulates a whopping at the rate of 120 quarts per minute.
Can we just talk about Martin Freeman? Like, we all just accept that John is so moved. We all go "awwww." But we can only do that because Martin Freeman is sitting there like a pro, BEING John Watson, making him real.
SO SAD. I mean can you imagine all the kids bullying sherlock and calling him names and going to the library to see why everyone detested him? He's a high-functioning sociopath...he did his research *goes to corner to sob*