Hey guys…this is one of my senior GD projects that I did & it was based off of…you guessed it…Psych! The project dealt with mapping information…so I mapped the episode configuration (based on my own system) of each episode of Psych up to Season 5 and made it into a sort of product for Psych fans.
Based on a color system, this guide describes the sequential use of certain characteristics of the show to portray how each episode is set up and how it relates to the other episodes. One side shows the color code, the other side shows a detail of that specific characteristic. For example, the color code for a flashback is dark blue. On the color code side, you will see when the flashback occurs within the episode and on the back, you are able to read what happens in that flashback. Some characteristics are not described, however, in order to give Psych fans a fun challenge to find that characteristic in the episode. This gives a more fun and playful interactive detective side of this product, which is what the show is about.
If you would like to see the full project & other projects, feel free to visit my website at http://celiese.com
Reposting to get some love? & because I got some new followers & I wanted to reshare :D
Our fans are WAY too talented. Have you Psych-Os seen this?
Oh wow it’s a d20 from 2nd Century Rome
Best part? The lot notes:
Several polyhedra in various materials with similar symbols are known from the Roman period. Modern scholarship has not yet established the game for which these dice were used.
QVIRINVS, YOV CAN’T CAST MAGIC MISSILE “AT THE DARKNESS”, YOV NEED AN ACTVAL TARGET. FVCK’S SAKE. - actual Pompeiian graffiti
LMAO Obviously they spent much time playing Mazes & Minotaurs (TM).
Attack Caesar, roll for damage. Natural 20, critical hit.
“You are sailing past an island. You hear singing. Everyone roll a fortitude save.”
This Pelican case was especially ordered by Robert Downey Jr. to give out to the cast and crew of The Avengers as a present/memento after filming wrapped. Around 200 or so of these cases were made.
Inside the lid, there is a laser-cut foam inscription that reads:AVENGERS
I’m super excited for the new Disney animated movie Wreck it Ralph(2012) that I made my own replica of the Fix it Felix arcade using my iPhone and some paper and boards. I’M GONNA WRECK IT!
Daaaaaaamn, that is way too awesome.
Has everyone seen this incredible piece of amazing? This woman is my hero and I want to retire at age 25 and just attempt to make these for the rest of my damn life.
Canadian artist Jeff de Boer creates fantasy armor for cats and mice. Unlike some fantasy armor which is cliched and unsubtle, these pieces are really special.
Jeff De Boer, who has been armors for animals since the 90’s, ardently believes that Cats look great if they’d wear some freaking armors.
I’m pretty sure that FBI don’t say awesome that much.
Indiana Jones Mystery Package
We don’t really even know how to start this post. Yesterday we received a package addressed to “Henry Walton Jones, Jr.”. We sort-of shrugged it off and put it in our bin of mail for student workers to sort and deliver to the right faculty member— we get the wrong mail a lot.
Little did we know what we were looking at. When our student mail worker snapped out of his finals-tired haze and realized who Dr. Jones was, we were sort of in luck: this package wasn’t meant for a random professor in the Stat department. It is addressed to “Indiana” Jones.
What we know: The package contained an incredibly detailed replica of “University of Chicago Professor” Abner Ravenwood’s journal from Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. It looks only sort of like this one, but almost exactly like this one, so much so that we thought it might have been the one that was for sale on Ebay had we not seen some telling inconsistencies in cover color and “Ex Libris” page (and distinct lack of sword). The book itself is a bit dusty, and the cover is teal fabric with a red velvet spine, with weathered inserts and many postcards/pictures of Marion Ravenwood (and some cool old replica money) included. It’s clear that it is mostly, but not completely handmade, as although the included paper is weathered all of the “handwriting” and calligraphy lacks the telltale pressure marks of actual handwriting.
What we don’t know: Why this came to us. The package does not actually have real stamps on it— the outside of the package was crinkly and dirty as if it came through the mail, but the stamps themselves are pasted on and look like they have been photocopied. There is no US postage on the package, but we did receive it in a bin of mail, and it is addressed to the physical address of our building, Rosenwald Hall, which has a distinctly different address from any other buildings where it might be appropriate to send it (Haskell Hall or the Oriental Institute Museum). However, although now home to the Econ department and College Admissions, Rosenwald Hall used to be the home to our departments of geology and geography.
If you’re an applicant and sent this to us: Why? How? Did you make it? Why so awesome? If you’re a member of the University community and this belongs to you or you’ve gotten one like it before, PLEASE tell us how you acquired it, and whether or not yours came with a description— or if we’re making a big deal out of the fact that you accidentally slipped a gift for a friend in to the inter-university mail system. If you are an Indiana Jones enthusiast and have any idea who may have sent this to us or who made it, let us know that, too.
We know this sounds like a joke/hoax… it’s not (at least, from our end). Any hints, ideas, thoughts, or explanations are appreciated. We’ve been completely baffled as to why this was sent to us, in mostly a good way, but it’s clear this is a neat thing that either belongs somewhere else— or belongs in the halls of UChicago admissions history.
Internet: help us out. If you’re on Reddit (we’re not) or any other nerdly social media sites where we might get information about this, feel free to post far and wide and e-mail any answers, clues, ideas, thoughts, or musings to firstname.lastname@example.org (yes, we did set up an email account just to deal with this thing).
**Update: we have heard from Lucasfilm (nerd sidebar: OMG SO COOL) that this is not some type of viral marketing package for any upcoming Indiana Jones films or events. We have narrowed the likely maker down to the most-accurate Ebay match (seller “Ravenbar”) but have not been able to get in touch with the seller, nor do we have any sense of why this would have made its way to our office. More photos of the journal can be found in the Chicago Red Eye here. We will be placing this in the University of Chicago library’s Special Collections once our mystery has been solved, so to those who have asked if it is for sale, sadly, the answer is no. Thanks to all who have sent tips or ideas (and to all of the news organizations that found this cool enough to pick it up)— please keep the ideas coming!**
Read about this a few days ago but this is the COOLEST THING OK.
Holy CRAP LOOK AT THE HEAT SIGNATURE
#you’re as cold as Ice!
willing to sacrifice our love
Yet another careful detail in this film. BLESS THIS MOVIE!!!!
how the fuck did she take care of that wig i don’t understand
she brushed and brushed and brushed the wig wondering when her life would begin
Books are sort of like the TARDIS.
Their content exceeds their mass.
And they take us to worlds and times we’ve never dreamed of seeing.
I built this my freshman year of art school; our assignment was to replicate a device out of cardboard that was at least 5 feet in height or breadth and had a working mechanism of some kind using only cardboard, shipping tape, hot glue, and rope
naturally I built a working guillotine
I got an A son