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The ‘Bleak Movies Coloring Book for Kids’ Gives R-Rated Films a Positive Child-Friendly Twist

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Bleak Movie Endings Coloring Book

Los Angeles artist and writer Todd Spence has created the “Bleak Movies Coloring Book for Kids,” a coloring book that gives dark R-rated films a positive child-friendly twist. You can view more pages from the series on Break.

Most kids aren’t allowed to watch R rated films, especially the really dark and twisted ones with terribly bleak endings that stick with you for days and days, so I finally figured out a way to let children enjoy some of those bleak movies along with the rest of us.

Bleak Movie Endings Coloring Book

Bleak Movie Endings Coloring Book

Bleak Movie Endings Coloring Book

Bleak Movie Endings Coloring Book

Bleak Movie Endings Coloring Book

images via Break

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Typography Mania #232

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Typography Mania #232
Typography Mania #232

Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around once a week with the best of Typography design submitted by our users at typography-mania.com, from type videos to images everything is full of great design and typography inspiration. Submit your typography designs too and be part of this post.

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‘Time Is a Flat Circus’, Quotes by Rust Cohle of ‘True Detective’ Used as the Captions on Family Circus Comics

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COHLE: The boy had been missing since January.
He'd been dead less than a day.
The girl, she hadn't been reported yet.
She was from St.
Landry, catatonic when we found her.
[Lighter clicks] Why should I live in history, huh?
Fuck, I don't want to know anything anymore.
This is a world where nothing is solved.
COHLE: Someone once told me, "Time is a flat circle." Everything we've ever done or will do we're gonna do over and over and over again Good job, y'all.
COHLE: and that little boy and that little girl, they're gonna be in that room again and again and again forever.
Cohle, you couldn't manage to get shot?
Next time.
Thanks for not doubting us.
Never did.
WOMAN: Here they come.
Marty, our hero.
Way to go, boys.
Little extra pouring while I finish this up with the semicelebrities?
HART: There's plenty of news stories

True Detective, True Detective 1×05, Season 1,

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Mom Takes Cute Photos of Her Rescue Dog and 10-Month-Old Son, Zoey and Jasper

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Zoey and Jasper

Los Angeles lifestyle photographer Grace Chon has taken an adorable series of photos featuring her 7-year-old rescue dog Zoey and 10-month-old son Jasper. The two friends really know how to turn up the cuteness level for the camera, that’s for sure. You can view more from Grace’s collection on the Zoey and Jasper Tumblr blog, her personal website, and Instagram.

Zoey and Jasper

Zoey and Jasper

Zoey and Jasper

Zoey and Jasper

Zoey and Jasper

images via Zoey and Jasper

via My Modern Metropolis, PetaPixel

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Coloring Book Corruptions: See What Happens When Adults Do Coloring Books

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Products designed for children often portray a happy-go-lucky world filled with sunlight, flowers, smiling animals and friendship. But what happens to this world when jaded, miserable adults with a morbidly dark sense of humor get their hands on it? Well, you get something that looks a lot like Coloring Book Corruptions.

This twisted blog maintains a collection of illustrations from children’s coloring books that have been twisted and corrupted by darkly humorous adults. Two octopuses frolicking and playing under the sea become a pair of predators dragging a diver to his doom, and a playful Martian becomes a murderous heart-eating monstrosity. Most of the art seems to have been done with crayons and colored pencils, just like it should be in a real coloring book. There’s definitely something funny yet unsettling about seeing cute childhood characters in situations like these.

Make sure to pay the blog’s Facebook page a visit – it features guest posts by enthusiasts also looking to destroy the innocence of their children’s coloring books. If you’ve got a dark sense of humor and a knack for coloring with crayons or pencils, give it a try! The blog’s website recently crashed due to the massive surge of visitors it has received since it went viral, but it’s definitely worth keeping an eye on!

Source: coloringbookcorruptions.com | Facebook | Twitter (via: laughingsquid)

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Coloring Book Corruptions: See What Happens When Adults Do Coloring Books originally appeared on Bored Panda on April 16, 2014.