Tumblr Pro

I enjoyed the tumblr April fools joke a bit to much and a made a whole extension so I can have tophats for the rest of the year. I hope you guys enjoy it.

UPDATE: I have made a firefox version of TumblrPro so everyone can experience a classier tumblr. Here are the links to both the chrome and firefox version:

Mozilla Firefox

Google Chrome



Mike Mignola’s comic adaption of Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)


In a contemporary article about Fred Astaire, a New York Times journalist described Astaire’s overall film technique: …he gets the general idea of the next show he is going to be in from the producer. Sometimes he gets the music, too. Then he sets about thinking up original and snappy dance ideas. Occasionally he finds he can use some embryonic creation which has been knocking around in his head for years; occasionally, even, he suggests ideas for his script writers and composers to work on. The idea for the title dance in Top Hat —the dance in which he used his cane to ‘shoot’ down a line of tail-coated chorus boys—came to him one morning about 5 o’clock, while he was tossing restlessly in his bed. He jumped up, grabbed an umbrella out of his closet, made a few exploratory passes with it to test the idea out and then crawled sheepishly back into bed….Mostly, however, Mr. Astaire—when in the throes of conception—just goes into his rehearsal room on the RKO lot, tells his pianist to start playing and then stands in the middle of the room, letting his feet ramble idly, until a notion begins to take shape. Then he kicks it around for a while, experimenting and feeling it out. Hermes Pan, a dance director, stands by to remember the details—and thus—slowly, are his routines devised. After he has his dance created, Mr. Astaire devotes days, even weeks, to perfecting it, smoothing it out and getting it so that it rolls off as easy as pie.


Top Hat Cat 🎩

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Can’t Help Falling in Love by @stfuadachi

This project took quite a long time to finish, and now it’s done! Hope you all enjoy watching!

Thanks to all the artists who gave me permission to use their art!

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