What We Love This Week, Volume LVI

Breaking Bad Baby

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Baby Khaleesi, Walter White, Frank Underwood And More

House Of Cards Baby

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Even though we must wait a little longer for the next “Game of Thrones” series to begin, Walter White is long gone and you sank the new season of “House of Cards” in a day, you can still obsess over the iconic series. Except this time, Frank Underwood, Khaleesi and Walter White are all donning diapers. Along with her friend Cristina, Californian photographer Karen Abad has taken some absolutely adorable photos of Cristina’s baby, Olivia, dressed as TV’s most beloved and reviled characters. Who knew cunning, murdering politicians could be so cute? See more of Olivia the actress at Design Taxi.

Game Of Thrones Baby

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Stunning Photos Of Buildings With Only Their Facades

Centering on the incredible importance–yet emptiness–of appearance, photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy has envisioned a rather chilly world in which buildings are reduced to their face. The series, Facades, is an architectural study of the relationship between image and loneliness and meant to conjure feelings of “the outsider”.To find out the motives behind and how Gaudrillot-Roy created such a surreal vision, head over to My Modern Met.

How 3D Printers Will Change The World

While 3D printing seems well suited in the plot of a futuristic sci-fi novel, it is well within our grasp. Using a variety of materials that includes wood, metal, plastics and fabrics, we are now able to print various three-dimensional objects, ranging from food, spare parts, weapons, homes, organs, medical devices, clothing and more. While some of those possibilities presented are only positive, other effects–like increased piracy and weapons production–are potentially more insidious. Read more at All That Is Interesting.

Savannah Cox
Savannah Cox is the Managing Editor of All That Is Interesting. She holds a Master's Degree in International Relations, and works as a reporter/producer for DNAinfo.
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