Heretique

The gang at Deputy Dog have put together a list of the top 10 physically modified people, and when the guy who’s tattooed over 90% of his body is only at number 10, you know it’s going to be good…

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Pinch Hitter 2

by Heretique on August 20, 2007

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pinch_hitter2.jpgCan you bat your way from the Sandlot to the Major Leagues? Pinch Hitter 2 gives the batting cage game some tweaks, with level goals & powerups.

alphamonkey sez: Sweet batting game, even though it runs a bit slow on my desperately-in-need-of-a-format system. Super thanks to our long time pal, Heretique.

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Arguably, McCurry is most well known for his Afghanistan portraits that graced the cover of National Geographic. But he has toured the world capturing the human spirit on film.

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Radiating Places

by Heretique on May 22, 2006

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Radiating Places is the online journal of seven artists from Moscow, Minsk and Berlin that traveled into the restricted zone around Chernobyl in 2005. As if the canvas wasn’t haunting enough, they bring a whole new level to creepy and awesome.

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Faces of Death

by Heretique on May 10, 2006

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The Laurence Hutton Collection of Life and Death Masks, is a little bit creepy, and a whole lot of interesting.

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Seth Taras is a photographer who uses the shape and focus of his shots to highlight the subject in interesting ways. (Some images are NSFW.)

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When geeks have too much time on their hands they come up with things like programming their scanners to play Fur Elise…

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Arnaud Friche is a French photographer who makes fantastic use of light to document his travels.

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Bomb Wars!

by Heretique on March 31, 2006 · 1 comment

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Part Tron, part Catapult and part Breakout, Bomb Wars will eat your free time for lunch.

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Zohar Studios

by Heretique on March 31, 2006

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Stephen Berkman is a studio photographer with an interesting imagination and a penchant for the vintage.

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