Father’s Day is in about 2 week: it’s on June, 21 this year (in USA, Canada and U. K.) – so you’d better start getting ready for it! This post is intended to give you inspiration for the gift ideas – so stay tuned!
The idea of celebrating Father’s Day to honor our hard-working and tender dads was born in Washington State in 1910. The woman called Sonora Smart Dodd who had been raised by her father thought it was a great idea to let all fathers of the world know how special they are.
After many years had passed, in 1972, President Richard Nixon established a national observance of Father’s Day and it was decided to hold the holiday on the third Sunday of June.
If you are wracking your brain wondering how to let your dad know how special he is, consider poster printing. A sweet poster hanging on the office wall won’t let your father forget about your love while at work. Personalized posters can be a good idea because:
- It is always right in front of the eyes;
- It can a good decor element.
And what can be more touching than daddy’s arms holding tiny baby’s hand or even leg? Here are just a few examples:
Tiago Hoisel is a mad scientist reanimating cartoon characters into living beings, or perhaps he is capturing the souls of living beings and injecting them into cartoon molds? Either way he is certainly mad.
Close Encounter: A Bug’s Face
Aren’t you glad nobody puts your face under a microscope? The Dobsonfly was featured in the Oklahoma Microscopy Society’s “Ugly Bug Contest.” The picture submitted into the contest was processed using a scanning electron microscope, which magnifies the bug 10 to 500 times their original size, revealing the true features of the bug. Sometimes the truth is best left untold.
If Looks Can Kill
The competition really heated up once this photo of a Matamata Turtle surfaced. Translated from Spanish, matamata means “I kill, I kill”. You surely are killing our eyes! Amongst the major standout features of this hideous creature, is the head and neck, which is large, flat and covered with numerous protuberances, warts, and ridges. It has an extremely wide mouth, and very small eyes, which is situated near its long snout. Sadly, the limbs of the Matamata Turtle are poorly developed…so is the face, the slimy body…source