Readers: I came across this interesting infographic related to Groundhogs Day today. It was created and featured on the portfolio of Madison Townend (Whitlock) (photo, right). She is a Graphic Designer currently based in the Northwest Territories. She graduated from the Design and Digital Media program at Grant MacEwan University in the spring of 2014. What Madison […]

Readers: One of my favorite books all of times is Erik Larson’s, The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America. The book is set in Chicago in 1893, intertwining the true tales of Daniel H. Burnham, the architect behind the 1893 World’s Fair (also known as the […]

Movie monsters come in all shapes and sizes, from tiny Gremlins (don’t feed them after midnight!) to the towering Godzilla. But it’s a mistake to assume that just because they might be destructive, ugly, and extraordinarily grumpy, that they are all innately evil. Many are just misunderstood. Yahoo! Movies created an infographic where they classified their […]

It’s no great revelation that a lot of exotic scenes in Hollywood movies aren’t actually shot on location, but this fascinating map, produced by Paramount Studios in 1927 to reassure film financiers that they were capable of doing things on the cheap, shows just how California-centric the film industry can be. They even shot New […]