Insect Fashion

I haven’t been able to find out who was responsible for creating the giant insects for Uniqlo‘s fashion advertisements announcing their new Uniqlo Undercover line by Jun Takahashi, but I am in love with them. Well, the insects, that is. Though the humans are nicely attired, they’re not nearly as insect-inspired. I’d trade any of those fine threads for a chance to jam with Bass-Playing Bee!


  • Bryke:"They don't support us with enough advertising or merchandising, they put us online-only in the MIDDLE of a season, and then they cut our budget so much that we had to make a reused-clips episode or lose a third of our team. This is too much, and I have HAD it."
  • Bryke:"I know what must be done."
  • *looks at Korra and Asami*
  • Bryke:" the thing."

anonymous asked:

Let's be real for a second, smokebomb, shift2 and ubycotex are business and Carmilla is a product/advetisement. Danny being made bi or gay is a decision that's gonna come down to numbers, are more creampuffs/casual viewers gonna leave if she's made bi because of bi phobia or made gay because of bibaiting is what it's gonna come down to and clearly nobody is sure of that yet. So we may as well leave Ellen alone on it because we all know if it were up to her it'd be no bis allowed.

Lets be realer, if this was purely a marketing venture they would have churned out some boring, overdone but safe heterofest. They’re telling a host of important stories, it’s a lot more than a sales pitch.

Of the demographic who watch Carmilla do you really think it’s going to make a substantial difference once way or the other what Danny’s sexuality is? Because I don’t. I think the vast majority don’t give a single fuck, and of the small minority who do care, most of them won’t care enough to stop watching.

Idk where this “omg Ellen hates bisexuals” attitude has come from, and more to the point idk why it is again all being put on her. Enough with the witch hunt.

The fact is that Danny will be written as planned by Jordan and Ellen and we, as a fandom, really have no right to insist that she be written one way or the other. 

We came here for their story, let them write it the way they’re writing it.

Nighttime view of family posing with 1959 Buick sedan. Carnival rides in background. Label on sleeve: “General Motors, Buick, 1959." 

  • Courtesy of the National Automotive History Collection, Detroit Public Library

Alright everybody I know we’re excited about the switch trailer particularly with the inclusion of Splatoon but let’s keep a few things in perspective.

For starters everything that we saw was just a proof-of-concept and it’s very unlikely that what we’re going to see will make it into the final product or if it does it will be changed very heavily. so be sure to keep your speculation in check but on the flip side feel free to speculate as much as he wants a lot is up in the air.

With that in mind you really got to give it up to the game for how far it’s come. When it was first announced that absolutely blew everybody away and it was the talk of e3 and then when it was released it absolutely blew away everybody’s expectations, including Nintendo’s since it even managed to move Wii U units. Think for another minute in this trailer; this advetisement in which Nintendo is putting all of its best foot forward. Splatoon got to be seen alongside Mario, Zelda, sports games, and some Elder Scrolls looking Bethesda game.

That really says something special that over the likes of Animal Crossing and even Pokemon that Splatoon was considered something Worth showing to entice people to buy their console. There’s not only that but check the trailer Itself by the looks of it Nintendo is going to really push the game as a major competitive platform one that they hope will equal the likes of League of Legends or even Counter-Strike. That’s a tall order but it seems like they’re really willing to push for it– and needless to say that really heys me excited!