Patso Dimitrov is on a roll. The designer has made a habit of turning
classic rap album covers into basketball jerseys, and they’re always
beautiful. We even asked him to make a few more after catching wind of
the first round, and today Patso hit us up with a fresh crop of designs.
This time, Patso flipped albums by A Tribe Called Quest, Dr. Dre, Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, N.W.A., Mobb Deep, and Outkast.
Befan’s long overdue request :3 Sorry it took so long, sweet <:3
Tan: “WELL IF IT ISNT MY OLD FRIEND, RASA!”
Rasa: “I don’t have time for this old man!”
Tan: “ What? Well, what are you going to do about it, Mr. Agent?
Rasa: ”… I’ll tell em.“
Tan: ”…You wouldn’t…“
Rasa: ” Oh no; I would. If it comes down to it I really will, Doc.“
Tan: ” B-BUT YOU PROMISED YOU WOULDN’T TELL ANYONE! C'MON MAN, HAVE A HEART! I THOUGHT WE WERE ‘GROOVY’!!! I NEEDED THE MONEY!!!“
Rasa: ” No one uses groovy anymore, Doc. I dunno, It’d be an awful shame if someone were to know about…“
Rasa: ” Your 'side job’…“
Tan: ” F-FINE! YOU WIN THIS TIME!“
Tan: ” IT ISN’T FAIR, OBLIO! I’VE BEEN CHEATED!
Oblio: “ There, there.”
( Based of Befan’s wonderful headcanon that Dr. Tan had voiced over the trailer for that movie above since Oblio had liked it or something as a child and they needed the money at the time. It’s his oldest shame)
EDIT: and as requested by befan, the madness itself:
A U of T Engineering innovation could make printing solar cells as easy and inexpensive as printing a newspaper. Dr. Hairen Tan and his team have cleared a critical manufacturing hurdle in the development of a relatively new class of solar devices called perovskite solar cells. This alternative solar technology could lead to low-cost, printable solar panels capable of turning nearly any surface into a power generator.
“Economies of scale have greatly reduced the cost of silicon manufacturing,” said Professor Ted Sargent, an expert in emerging solar technologies and the Canada Research Chair in Nanotechnology. “Perovskite solar cells can enable us to use techniques already established in the printing industry to produce solar cells at very low cost. Potentially, perovskites and silicon cells can be married to improve efficiency further, but only with advances in low-temperature processes.”
I am a very passionate person and one thing I am extremely passionate about is animal rights. Now, I am in no way a perfect human, I only began transitioning into this lifestyle 6 months ago and still have quite a ways to go. I compiled this list out of my own research and decided to share it, I can only hope it will be useful to someone ◕‿◕ I will update it as frequently as possible, but please feel free to edit, ask questions, or educate me and others. Thank you!!!
♡ Related Links: ♡
Leaping Bunny - Administers Cruelty-Free guidelines internationally and is the most reliable source for “…assurance that no new animal testing is used in any phase of product development by the company, its laboratories, or suppliers.”
Shop Cruelty-Free - Search brands to see if they are Cruelty-Free or Vegan.
White Rabbit Beauty - Sells only Leaping Bunny approved brands.
VitaCost - Has Cruelty-Free, Vegetarian, and Vegan sections to purchase from.
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Veganmakeup - my favorite Cruelty-Free/Vegan beauty blog (let me know of any others!!!)
♡ Key: ♡
Obviously, everything on this list is currently Cruelty-Free (CF).
Ⓥ = Vegan
N = Natural
☆ = personal favorite!
100% Pure (Ⓥ N)
Afterglow Cosmetics (Ⓥ N)
☆ The All Natural Face (Ⓥ N)
Alythea (Ⓥ) Arbonne (Ⓥ) Aromi Beauty (Ⓥ) Au Naturale Glow (Ⓥ)
Avalon Organics(Ⓥ N)
☆ theBalm (CF)
Balm Envy (Ⓥ) Beauty Without Cruelty (Ⓥ) Beauty Secrets (Ⓥ)
☆ BH Cosmetics (CF)
BITE Beauty (CF) Cheeky Cosmetics (Ⓥ) Cherry Street Cosmetics (Ⓥ) Cosmic Tree (Ⓥ)