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Design

Lighting design

Non-people

Furniture design

Non-people

Graphic design

People

Non-people

Organizations
Other

Metal crafts

People

Non-people

Contemporary design

People

Andy Warhol Mick Jagger series. A series of 250 pieces with 10 different designs deserves a page on Wikipedia as one of the artists most iconic series.

Non-people

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Set design

Typography

People

Non-people

Film, radio and television

Food, drink, and nutrition

People

Non-people

Organizations

(companies, restaurants, bars, websites, etc.)

A–B (and 0–9)
C–E
F–I
J–M
N–R
S
T–Z

Other (non-people and non-organization)

A–B
C
D–F
G–M
N–P
Q–R
comment at October 2016: same as smoked meat?
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niel dogie durero, iro nang siargao

Literature

Kaizo trap - [679]

Media networks and organizations

People

(https://www.balam.io) (Main Website) [825] (Tedxtalks video file about his work)

Non-people

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A–M

N–Z

Museums

People

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National or ethnic cultures[edit]

People[edit]

  • Tossie Baadjo - artist of Australian Aboriginal works
  • Leroy Columbo (LeRoy Columbo)
  • T. Owens Moore - melanin science.
  • Arlene Skolnick
  • Raymond Two Hawks Watson - Afro-Native-American activist; won a 300k innovation grant from the Rhode Island Foundation

Non-people[edit]

  • Abkhaz art
  • Amberella - Baltic
  • Anglo conformity (Anglo-conformity)
  • Arab-American literature (Arab-American Literature, Arab American literature, Arab American Literature) - [893]
  • Association of Highland Clans and Societies was redlinked in Template:Gaels
  • Ayurvastra - Indian cloth that has been infused with the Indian medicine ayurvedia
  • Bantu naming
  • The Bogle - dance move
  • Camp Moshava Ennismore - Canadian Jewish overnight summer camp
  • Camp Romaca for Girls - American overnight summer camp located in the berkshires, brother camp to Camp Greylock for Boys
  • Costa Rican ox cart - typical painted ox carts
  • Crimean Tatar art
  • Cushite people (Cushitic peoples) - (not the language (Cushitic language), but the ethnic groups) - Afro-Asiatic ethno-linguistic people/groups who reside in the Horn of Africa and other areas throughout East Africa (e.g., like Somalis, Oromos, Afar, Agaw, Beja and other Cushitic-speaking people)
  • Erigae
  • Festival of India - festivals put on by Hare Krishna followers; involves chariot parades with Jagannatha and the arts, music, culture festivals, and free vegetarian feast around cities in North America, South America, Africa, Europe, Australia and other parts of the world
  • Fête des Vendanges de Montmartre (fetedesvendangesdemontmartre.com) - Parisian festival in Montmartre
  • Global Glimpse (globalglimpse.org) - A nonprofit organization providing travel to high school students while engaging them in a leadership development program
  • Hippopotamus from the tomb of Senbi - Senbi
  • Indian lilt or sub-continental lilt - characteristic speaking style (independent of accent) of the people of the Indian sub-continent
  • Jankunú - a traditional New Years dance celebration (aka: Wanaragua or Máscaro) among the Garífuna villages on the Caribbean Coast of Central America, and which have European, African and Indigenous (Arawak and Carib) influences in motifs.
  • Kopjafa - Kopjafa images; hu:kopjafa, fr:kopjafa, sr:Kopja, pl:Słupowe nagrobki and eo:Tombofosto
  • Littleyule - fi:Pikkujoulu
  • Nigerian name - Nigerian personal names appear to differ significantly from Anglosphere names (see the numerous variations of Yusuf Sulaimon Lasun's name) and an independent article on the subject along the lines of Icelandic name would be helpful. ~Hijiri88, May 2016
  • ōmukou(ja:大向う) - The claque case of Kabuki.
  • Ossetian art
  • paring bee - kind of bee (gathering); people come and pare apples for winter storage; usually in British North America
  • Pchak (also Pechak or Pichoq; Russian: Пчак) - traditional Uzbek/Uyghur knife; ru:Пчак
  • Qikiqtani Inuit Association - see Qallupilluit
  • Queer Aztlan
  • RomaRoutes(romaroutes.eu) - funded by The Culture Programme of the European Union
  • Shetlanders - an ethnic group native to Shetland
  • Social SA (socialsa.co.za)
  • taneber - dance party of Senegal
  • Tatar art
  • Tawira
  • Tequio - collective work that every person contributes to for the benefit of the community itself. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tequio
  • tin-kettling
  • Tricotin - French sewing/knitting tool; looks like a doll with four metal pieces on its head
  • variedades - Spanish-language variety shows?; as referenced in Broadway Theater District (Los Angeles)
  • Vietnamese swordsmanship - Vietnamese martial arts style regarding swords and other bladed weapons
  • Wor (dance) - dance culture of Biak, Indonesia
  • Zlatne Uste Golden Festival - New York's largest festival of Balkan music; held annually in Brooklyn

Performing arts[edit]

Print media[edit]

Recreation and hobbies[edit]

General[edit]

A–Z[edit]

Organizations[edit]

  • Mohawk Games (mohawkgames.com) - An American game development studio, founded by Soren Johnson, lead designer of Civilization IV. The studio has released Offworld Trading Company and Old World (video game) (coverage here: [914] [915] [916] [917] [918] [919])
  • Riot Forge (riotforgegames.com) - Publishing label, part of Riot Games. ([920])
  • Arcknight (arcknight.com) - Tabletop RPG company producing maps, flat plastic miniatures, RPG Spell Effects, and many other products.
  • CharCon (charcon.org) - gaming convention; held annually in Charleston, West Virginia; List of gaming conventions#South Atlantic
  • Chi-Fi (chi-fi.org) - geek convention; held in downtown Chicago, Illinois;[921]; [922]; [923]
  • Clear Springs Recreation Area - [924]; [925]
  • Dapper Labs - Developer of Flow Blockchain, CryptoKitties, NBA Top Shots - [926][927]
  • Durham University Treasure Trap - LARP group based in Durham
  • Festival of Lettuce - held every year in the village of Artas on the West Bank
  • Flywheel Sports - (www.flywheelsports.com - fitness studio
  • GeekGirlCon - (geekgirlcon.com - Non-profit organization best known for their two-day convention that goes by the same name.
  • Grand National Sheep Stakes - sheep race in England
  • Hammerschlagen (hammerschlagen.com) - brand of nail-driving competition; originating in 1957 near Stillwater, Minnesota; ; [928]; [929]
  • Hard Rock Hotel and Casino (Tulsa) (hardrockcasinotulsa.com) - [930]; [931]; [932]; [933]
  • The Homestead Resort (thehomesteadresort.com); - four-season destination resort; largest employer in Leelanau County, Michigan; located on the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
  • IT'Z - party place
  • Jackpocket (jackpocket.com) (Lottery courier service and mobile app that allows users to place ticket orders for official state lottery games in Minnesota, New Hampshire, and Texas. The app is also used for pooling lottery tickets, checking drawing results for state Lotteries in the United States, and locating physical lottery retailers nationwide.) ([934]) ([935]) ([936]) ([937]) ([938])([939])
  • Kraken Con krakencon.com) - relatively small convention; meets twice a year in the Spring and Fall; first convention held October 8, 2013, at South San Francisco Conference Center with 988 attendees
  • LRC (Hong Kong) (lrc.com.hk) - 125-year-old sporting club in Hong Kong
  • ModelersGuild (modelersguild.com)
  • Myths and Legends Convention (often shortened to MALCon) (malcondenver.com) - annual fandom convention held in Denver, Colorado; first held in September 2013; 2014 and 2015 held in August; 2016 scheduled for August; events generally include larger gatherings such as dances (Yule Ball, Shindig) and entertainment (Second Breakfast, Mad Hatter Tea), interactive programming (chain mail, costume piece making), gaming (including tabletop boardgames and RPGs), and discussions and panels; programming focuses on specific fandoms year to year; [940]; [941][942]
  • Rainbow Slides Leisure Centre - defunct; based in Stirling, Scotland; "Rainbow Slides Farewell" on YouTube includes old pictures of the inside and outside of the building; has famous mural
  • Red Flannel Festival (redflannelfestival.org) - always on the first Saturday in October in Cedar Springs, Michigan; fiftheen-oldest festival in the Michigan
  • Replay Cafe (replaycafedetroit.com) - (Modern arcade/internet cafe in Detroit offering PC, console, VR and arcade gaming.) ([943]) ([944]) ([945]) ([946]) ([947]) ([948]) ([949]) ([950]) ([951])
  • RetroGameCon (retrogamecon.com) (Video game convention in Syracuse, NY, USA. Founded 2013, takes place annually on the first weekend in November.) ([952]) ([953]) ([954]) ([955]) ([956])([957])
  • Richmond Folk Festival (richmondfolkfestival.org) - annual festival (usually in October) in Richmond, Virginia; showcases art, music, dance, and other cultural interests; sponsored by Venture Richmond
  • RuffleCon (rufflecon.org) - alternative-fashion convention in Connecticut; [958]
  • Sciots or Ancient Egyptian Order of Sciots, a.k.a. A.E.O.S. (sciots.org) - appendant body within Freemasonry;

[959]

Games and toys[edit]

General[edit]

A–M[edit]
  • Appletters (bananagrams.com/games/appletters) - brand of word game; similar to Bananagrams; made by Bananagrams Inc.
  • Band of Maniacal Brothers - California-based gaming organization; since 2002; [964]; [965]; [966]
  • Big Jay's Workshop - custom resin molding and casting, inventor of the 'Artisan Dice' line of giant D20s with various items embedded within the dice
  • Bricklink - the second-largest online Lego marketplace
  • Columbus Area Boardgaming Society (CABS) (buckeyeboardgamers.org) - one of the largest board gaming clubs in the United States ([967]); more than 400 members ([968], [969]); library includes over 1,000 games dedicated to "bringing the gamers of Central Ohio together" ([970]); sponsors board gaming convention Buckeye Game Fest every Fall ([971], [972], [973]); runs the Board Room at Origins Game Fair ([974], [975]); has local food trucks at weekly meetings ([976])
  • Cuboro - Cuboro Marble track system; Swiss made, over 25 years old, many elements; [977]
  • Dread Pirate - table-top pirate game KVKK Danışmanlık
  • Dreamlets (dreamlets.com) - company; makes designer plush toys also called Dreamlets
  • duck race (ja) (Now redirect Rubber duck. Please write for real duck and rubber duck case.)
  • conan exiles best armor - Conan Exiles heavy armor, scale armor, is a product of the mind and the desire to make Conan exiles armor sets the most feared and formidable warrior ever known.
  • [Duskwood Interactive Detective Story] (Duskwood is a modern detective game where the player has to solve a mysterious kidnapping case. Through multimedia content like text messaging, pictures and video calling, the player tries to uncover the kidnapper and ends up becoming a target. The game has been charted top ten in 29 countries.)Everbyte, Producer of Duskwood
  • Pocket Screamers! (www.pocketscreamers.com/home.aspx) - Ghoulishly themed Halloween toys! Popular collector items
  • El Greco (company) - defunct Greek toy company; produced original toys as well as licensed Hasbro toys
  • Father Geek (fathergeek.com) - website; dedicated to reviewing card, board, and dice games from the perspective of child, parent, and gamer geeks
  • Fellowsfilm Network (fellowsfilm.co.uk) - website; a transport enthusiast hobbies site, with a specific focus on virtual simulations
  • FunNode (funnode.com) - modern gaming website; hosts some popular board games and card games
  • Furuta (toy company) - Japanese toy company
  • Gabby Bear - reading teddy bear from the late 1980s, generic version of Teddy Ruxpin; [978]
  • Gamster - (gamster.org) Minecraft community server based in Romania with a daily maximum player count of 1500 [979] [980] [981]. Has partenered with some influencers [982] [983].
  • Glamour Gals - line of tiny fashion dolls made by Kenner in the 1980s
  • Geektropolis - small company; sells anime merchandise and exclusive seller of Big Jay's Workshop products
  • Groove It - game; similar to Bop It; created by Hasbro
  • Head Games Publishing Inc - a publisher and developer of value-priced outdoor sports and lifestyle PC CD-ROM games located near Minneapolis, Minnesota. I tried to make one earlier but got rejected. I need some one with better knowledge and experience then me to create a wikipedia page on Head Games Publishing.
  • Heroes and Capitols - expansion pack to Settlers of Catan; [984]; [985]; [986]; [987]
  • HomeMadeBacklinks (homemadebacklinks.webs.com) - search engine optimization company
  • Horwitz Defence - variant of the Queen's Pawn Game, consisting of the moves 1. d4 e6
  • Indoor Play Centre - A commonplace type of business which lacks a Wikipedia page. I did try to create one a few years ago but because one single sentence out of the whole article was uncited, the whole page was rejected. Kaid100 (talk) 17:20, 13 November 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Kozmic Kiddles - Mattel
  • Kajabe Kan Kan - type of game; uses trash cans; [988]
  • klikko - plastic educational construction toy
  • Merfle! Munchies (merflemunchies.com) - original series of fictional dessert dragon whelp character creatures; featured as collectible figurines and novelty items
  • Merry-Go-Round (Infant's toy) - a kind of Mobile (sculpture).
  • Megami Device (ja:メガミデバイス) - A line of Japanese action figures/model kits released by Kotobukiya.
  • Micropul - free-to-download abstract tile strategy game; playable pvp or as a solitaire; [989]; fans have taken the basic download and created their own wooden sets, made software and web versions
  • mini cannon - small collectible toy cannon that on most occasions can be filled with gunpowder and ignited
  • Moomin's Tale - a Game Boy Color game by Sunsoft; sv:Moomin's Tale
N–Z[edit]
  • Nobunaga's Cradle - move in Go (game); named after Oda Nobunaga
  • Osmo (games) - award-winning educational children's games for iPad made by startup company Tangible Play
  • Plastic Spider Ring - toy plastic ring; given to children as a gift during the holiday of Halloween
  • polydron- educational toy; make Platonic solids including the dodecahedron out of connectible plastic shapes
  • Popin (ja:ぽぴん; other names include Biidoro, Chanpon (toy) and Poppen (toy)) - Japanese toy musical instrument; made from glass
  • Poppy Playtime - 2021 indie horror game
  • pop vinyl - collectibles made by the company funko, are small figurines of characters from games, books, movies, tv shows, ads, music and also some original characters
  • Proxy Army (proxyarmy.com) - miniatures developer
  • Queasy Bake Cookerator - oven (for boys); made by Hasbro; similar to an Easy-Bake Oven; [990]
  • Rushton Company - a United States toy company based in Georgia known for their made hand painted, rubber dolls and rubber faced animals from the 1950s and 60s (https://www.fabtintoys.com/rushton-dolls/)
  • San-ei -Japanese toy developer company; known for making video game-based plush toys
  • Sáto - an abstract board game with a Dawajian history of more than 1000 years (see https://sites.google.com/site/naeddyr/sato). Bcurfs (talk) 08:56, 20 April 2019 (UTC)Reply[reply]
  • Silly Slammers - bright, velour bean bag characters that speak when slammed
  • Smelly Bellies - brightly coloured plush toys with scents; produced by Moose Enterprises
  • Snailiens - 1992 toy line from Abrams Gentile Entertainment (http://www.agebrands.com/Snailiens.html) and distributed by Jakks Pacific.
  • Soaky - [991]
  • Sofubi - style of/design approach to collectible toys; part of the world of urban vinyl
  • Squand - "The outrageous underwater sculpting sand"; how does it work?
  • Star City Games (starcitygames.com) - website; dedicated to Magic: The Gathering trading card game
  • Super Nintendo International Challenge competition created by Nintendo Magazine System (Australia); first described in the November 1993 edition of the magazine http://kiwis.world/index.php/component/jdownloads/category/274-nintendo-magazine-system-aus?Itemid=-1
  • Super Sonic Power (SSP) - toy car; made by Kenner Products; introduced in 1970; very fast with manually spun flywheel (using a pull strap to spin the wheel); very popular in the 1970s; [992]
  • Tehonbiki(ja:手本引) - A Japanese casino game.
  • The World Called Hollow A web-based MUD with a fantasy setting. www.hollowgame.com
  • Trexi (trexi.com.sg) - collectible figure; comes in range of designs from urban artists, licenses, even corporate companies; created in 2005; popular among collectors who also collect Dunny (collectible figure), Bearbrick
  • trilambdathon - event; combines a number of individual games including a flip-cup boat race, competitive eating of a hot dog, BB gun target shooting, and running
  • Triqo - construction toy; for mathematical shapes
  • Tweakie People - figurine toys and vehicles; by J. Chein; circa late 1960s to early 1970s
  • Twisted Fish (mcneillbrighterminds.com/tf.asp) - game; developed by McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds; [993]
  • Tyco VideoCam - black-and-white video camera for kids; made in the mid-1990s
  • US Amateur Team East - chess tournament; largest in the United States
  • Victorian Scraps - Victorian paper-cut figures; popular especially in Germany and Scandinavia; de:Glanzbild; fi:Kiiltokuva; sv:Bokmärke (samlarobjekt)
  • Violet Detector 16.5th game in the Touhou project
  • Weird N' Wild Creatures - developed by the International Masters Publishers company
  • What Is D? - game with concealed rules in which a person associates objects or ideas in sets of 4 by saying, "if A is ..., B is ..., and C is ..., then D is ..." and other players attempt to guess the rule for determining D given A, B, and C, and no rule in fact exists, with D being chosen randomly; lacking sources to cite for this game's rules - can anybody help?
  • wild gears -- drawing aid a bit like spirograph
  • Xevos - line of action figures; made by Hasbro; [994]
  • Yavalath - strategy game for two players; notable as a game which was devised by a computer; players win by placing four counters in a row, but lose if they place three in a row beforehand; [995]; [996]
  • Yeehaw! - drinking game; popular with the engineers at the University of British Columbia
  • You've Been Sentenced - game; developed by McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds; winner, "Oppenheim Toy Portfolio GOLD Award!" and iParenting Award
  • Zoob (infinitoy.com/zoob) - construction toy
  • Zube Tube - toy; created by Bob Deissler, president of the Ultimate Cosmic Toy Company, Inc.; popular in early 1990s
People[edit]

Board games[edit]

Card games[edit]

Origins Award winners[edit]

1980
1981
1982
  • Journal of 20th Century Wargaming - Nick Schuessler
  • Rally 'Round the Flag (board game) (Iron Brigade Miniatures) [1,038]
1983
1984
1985
1986
1988
  • Sorcerer's Scroll - Tori Berquist
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
  • Harpoon 4 [1,052]
  • The Cthulhu Cycle fiction by Chaosium
  • Mechforce Quarterly – published by Mech Force, edited by Jean Rabe
  • Hostile Aircraft Goblintooth Enterprises [1,053]
  • Starship Command (play-by-mail game) play-by-mail, Elite Simulations
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
  • Fall of Rome (play-by-mail game) (Enlightened Age Entertainment)
  • The Russo-Japanese War: Dawn of the Rising Sun (Clash of Arms) [1,090]
  • Seven Masters Vs. The Underworld for Shadowfist (Z-Man Games)
  • All Wound Up (board game) (Twilight Creations) [1,091]
  • Fire As She Bears! (Starboard Tack Press) [1,092]
  • Desert Rats (board game) (Battlefront Miniatures Ltd) [1,093]
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
  • Trains (board game) (Alderac Entertainment Group) [1,136]
  • Tales & Games: The Three Little Pigs (Iello) [1,137]
  • Space Gaming Mat (HC+D Supplies)
  • Marvel HeroClix: Avengers Vs. X-Men Starters (WizKids)
  • Fate of a Nation: Arab Israeli Wars (Battlefront Miniatures Ltd.)
  • 1775: Rebellion (Academy Games) [1,138]
  • Fields of Fire: Miniatures Rules for Modern Combat (Proving Ground Games) [1,139]
  • Malifaux: The Guild's Judgement – Lady Justice Box Set (Wyrd Miniatures) [1,140]
2014
  • Tales & Games: The Hare & the Tortoise (Iello) [1,141]
  • Wings of Glory Mat (Ares Games)
  • Heroes of Normandie (Iello) [1,142]
  • Sails of Glory (Ares Games) [1,143]
  • Bolt Action: Battleground Europe – D-Day to Germany (Osprey Publishing) [1,144]
  • Gravwell: Escape from the 9th Dimension (Renegade Game Studios) [1,145]
  • Counter Ring (Crit Success)
  • Flames of War: Barbarossa – Germany's Invasion of the Soviet Union, June-Decemeber 1941 (Battlefront Miniatures Ltd.) [1,146]
  • Marvel HeroClix: Guardians of the Galaxy Starter Set (WizKids)
2015
2016
2017

Charles Roberts Award winners[edit]

2001
  • Barbarossa: Army Group North
  • Longbow (wargame)
  • War of 1812 (wargame)
  • When Dragons Fight
  • Wilderness War
2002
  • Barbarossa to Berlin
  • First Indochina War (wargame)
  • Khe Sahn (wargame)
  • Napoleonic Wars (wargame)
2003
  • Ardennes '44
2004
  • Downtown (game)
  • Fortress Berlin

Game design (non-video-games only)[edit]

Radio-controlled models[edit]

Manufacturers[edit]
Transmitters[edit]
  • Futaba Attack
  • Futaba Magnum
  • KO Propo Espirit
    • KO Propo Espirit II Vantage
    • KO Propo Espirit III
    • KO Propo Espirit IV
  • KO Propo EX-1
    • KO Propo EX-1 KIY
  • Sanwa Aquila 6
  • Sanwa EXZES series
    • Sanwa EXZES X
    • Sanwa EXZES Z
    • Sanwa EXZES ZZ
  • Sanwa Gemini
    • Sanwa Gemini II
    • Sanwa Gemini Z
  • Sanwa M-series
    • Sanwa Machine-1 (also known as Airtronics CS2P)
    • Sanwa M-Zechs (also known as Airtronics Caliber 3PS)
    • Sanwa M8
    • Sanwa M11
    • Sanwa M12
    • Sanwa MX-3
    • Sanwa MT-4
    • Sanwa MT-S
  • Stegmaier vacuum radio-controlled system - [1,168]; [1,169]
Model cars[edit]
  • Kyosho Evolva
  • Kyosho Fantom
  • Kyosho Lazer ZX series
  • Kyosho Dash series
  • Kyosho Land Jump
  • Kyosho Circuit series
  • Losi XX
  • Marui Galaxy
  • Marui Hunter
  • Marui Ninja
  • Marui Samurai
  • Marui Shogun
  • PB Racing
    • PB Mini Mustang
    • PB Mustang Eco
      • PB Mustang Xi2
      • PB Mustang X3
    • PB Bullit
    • PB Maxima
    • PB International
      • PB Super
      • PB Nova X2
      • PB Nova X4
      • PB Nova X5
      • PB (car)
        • PB5 Expert
        • PB6 International
        • PB7 International
        • PB8
        • PB9 International
      • PB Diamond
      • PB Black Diamond
      • PB Alpha
  • Schumacher CAT
  • Serpent Impact
  • Serpent Quattro
  • Serpent Vector
  • Tamiya 1:10 buggies
    • Tamiya Frog [ja]
    • Tamiya Falcon [ja]
    • Tamiya Wild One [ja]
    • Tamiya Super Champ [ja]
    • Tamiya Hornet [ja]
    • Tamiya Vanquish [ja]
    • Tamiya Boomerang [ja]
    • Tamiya Grasshopper [ja]
    • Tamiya Thunder Shot [ja]
    • Tamiya Fox [ja]
    • Tamiya Hotshot [ja]
    • Tamiya Egress [ja] (unfinished article by soon to be retiring editor)
    • Tamiya Astute
    • Tamiya Bigwig, Tamiya's 10th anniversary model, designed by Mooncraft's Takuya Yura
  • Porsche 934 Turbo RSR (Tamiya model car), the first of all Tamiya cars not to mention the ultra rare Black edition to commemorate the 100,000 edition of its model sold
  • Tamiya Racing Masters, a series of seven pro-grade cars made in the 1980s
  • Tamiya Racing Factory [ja], (or TRF) the works team otherwise a series of pro-racing chassis
  • Tamiya Wild Willy
  • Tamtech
  • Tamiya FF chassis, popular during the 1990s touring car craze
  • Tamiya TA chassis [ja], one of the first cars to spark the 1:10 scale touring car racing craze in the 1990s
  • Tamiya Quick Drive, a series of inexpensive ready-to-run cars
  • Tamiya Thundershot series, a series of cars using this chassis
  • Tamiya KingCab, Tamiya's first attempt to build a stadium truck
  • Tamiya Group C chassis, a family of 1:10 scale on-road cars made in the 1990s
  • Tamiya 4x4 Pick Up chassis to trilogy of metal chassis series of pick-up (Toyota 4x4 Pick Up, Blazing Blazer and Toyota 4x4 Pickup Bruiser) made in the 1980s
    • Yokomo YZ series
      • Yokomo YZ-870C
      • Yokomo YZ-10
      • Yokomo YZ-2
    • Yokomo MX-4
      • Yokomo B-Max
    • Yokomo MR4
Circuits[edit]
Competitions[edit]
  • FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft[1,170][1,171]
    • 1960 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft[1,172]
    • 1962 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1963 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1965 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1967 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1969 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1971 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1973 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1975 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1977 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1979 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1981 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1983 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1985 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1987 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1989 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1991 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1993 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1995 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1997 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 1999 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 2001 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 2003 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 2005 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 2007 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 2009 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 2011 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 2013 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 2015 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
    • 2017 FAI F3A World Championship for Aerobatic Model Aircraft
  • FAI F3CN World Championships for Model Helicopters
  • FAI F3 World Championship for Indoor Aerobatic Model Aircraft
People[edit]
  • Tom Brett (model aviator) ( United States)
  • Ralph Brooke (model aviator) ( United States) - [1,173]
  • Bruno Giezendanner ( Germany)
  • Hiroki Ito (model aviator) ( Japan) - five-time world champion in helicopter flying
  • Ed Kazmirski ( United States) - [1,174]
  • Christophe Paysant-Le Roux ( France) - holder of the most world-championship titles in aerobatic-model flying
  • Hanno Prettner ( Austria) - until 2013, held the most world-championship titles in aerobatic-model flying

Role-playing games (tabletop, paper & dice, and LARP)[edit]

People[edit]
Non-people[edit]

Video games[edit]

Surrealism[edit]

People[edit]

Non-people[edit]

  • Aegypan - Book publisher [1,180]
  • Animorphism - [1,181]; not to be confused with Anamorphosis
  • Athens Surrealist Group - [1,182]
  • Austin Surrealist Group
  • Blood Stoppers
  • The Elevator Game
  • Guerrilla Surrealism
  • The Tyranny of Tradition
  • parallel collage

Theory[edit]

  • Alexandra Berlina, the author of Brodsky Translating Brodsky & Viktor Shklovsky: A Reader.
  • artistic fruition
  • Greenbergian theory - Clement Greenberg
  • head (unit) - [1,183]; article discussing the role of head height to body height proportion in drawing theory; also "Heads" as a unit in general.
  • informative art - concept; [1,184]
  • rainbow bondage bear - a somewhat conspiracy over the meaning behind One Direction's two stuffed-bear "mascots", controlled by members Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles.

Tourism[edit]

  • Beverly Park Kiddieland - Theme park that played an important role in the founding of Disneyland
  • Bike Tours Direct (biketours.com) - resource for bike tours worldwide
  • Blanket folding (ja:飾り毛布) - A kind of decorative folding applied to blanket. It's often seen in the room on the cruise ship and ocean liner.
  • BookIt (bookit.com) - Online Tourist Agency Panama City Beach, Florida
  • Chicago Helicopter Experience (chihelicopterexp.com) - helicopter tours in Chicago, Illinois
  • Cortes Day - an unofficial holiday on Cortes island that is a big part of its community and tourism.
  • Dolce Vespa (dolcevespa.com) - Dolce Vespa Via Adriano Balbi, 14, 00176 Roma RM 347 631 7932 This is the first scooter-on-demand tourism company and online tour guide in Rome, Italy. Located on a historically significant street and culturally inclusive neighborhood of Pigneto, Italy.
  • Evan Evans Tours - could you add a separate page for Evan Evans Tours which is a brand within The Travel Corporation? You already have a page for The Travel Corporation where Evan Evans Tours is listed but when you click on it, it doesn’t have any information. Evan Evans Tours is the longest running sightseeing operator in London and is currently in its 88th year of business. I’m happy to help with information. We are also in contact with the grandchildren of the founder, Mr. Evan Evans - a former Mayor of the Borough of St. Pancras.
  • Fair Oaks Farms (fofarms.com) - tourist attraction in Fair Oaks, Indiana
  • Fontanel Nashville (fontanel.com) - tourist attraction in Nashville, Tennessee
  • Grand Circle
  • Grapeshisha (grapeshisha.com) - travel portal about Dubai, Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates
  • Hampshire Cultural Trust (Heritage and Tourism charitable trust in Hampshire, England)
  • Hato bus(ja:はとバス - The regularly tour bus in Tokyo.
  • Hostel Buffalo-Niagara (www.hostelbuffalo.com) - Highly rated hostel serving the Buffalo Niagara Region and housed in a historic 1905 building in the Buffalo Theatre District.
  • Ice Castles, LLC (icecastles.com) - Winter tourist attraction in 6 North American locations, expanding to New Zealand in 2018.
  • Jebbribillum Bora Ring Aboriginal site Gold Coast Highway Burleigh Heads Gold Coast Queensland Australia
  • Jungle Adventures A Real Florida Animal Park (Nature Park and Animal Park located in Christmas, Florida) (www.jungleadventures.com)
  • Pandaw River Expeditions (Luxury Oriental Colonial River Cruising in South East Asia) (Pandaw.com)
  • Laboracay (LaBoracay is a summer party event celebrated in the island of Boracay in the Philippines. An event that is becoming a cultural celebration of the place where famous local and international artists flock what is dubbed as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.) (https://bansbeachresort.com/home/what-is-laboracay/)
  • La Chartreuse du Sord (lesord.com) - Arise in the Morning
  • Lungarno Collection (lungarnocollection.com) - hotel management company of the Salvatore Ferragamo family; owns luxury and design hotels, retreats, villas and luxury yachts
  • Plog's Continuum (www.travelweekly.com/Articles/The-evolving-adventure-traveler) - a method of analysing tourist behaviour
  • Running Tour (www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/wellness/running-tours-offer-a-way-to-see-the-sights-and-stay-in-shape/2014/06/17/af1db94e-f0d7-11e3-9ebc-2ee6f81ed217_story.html) - active tour experience in cities and trails around the world. Also known as sightrunning and sightjogging tours.
  • Salam Standard (salamstandard.org) - hospitality standard for Muslim travellers; alternative hotel rating in partnership with OIC's Comcec Organization of Islamic Cooperation (www.comcec.org/en/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/9-TUR-PRE-7-3.pdf)
  • Santa's Lodge (santaslodge.com) - Christmas-themed hotel in Santa Claus, Indiana; hotel is in the exact location of an 1883 bank barn and uses the original timbers for the framework of the lobby and restaurant
  • SM By the Bay Amusement Park - A theme park located within the Mall of Asia complex
  • Topview Sightseeing (www.topviewnyc.com) - Sightseeing bus tours, cruises, guided tours in New York City, US.
  • Tourist attractions in Yerevan - List of tourist sites in Yerevan, Armenia.
  • Travel Tuesday - Like Cyber Monday and Black Friday, Travel Tuesday was once a big sales day on the internet. As of 2020, though, it's all but been forgotten.
  • Uniguide (uniguide.me) - A touring app covering most of the United States of America
  • Wyldwood Sojourn - Retreat Centre and Womb Wisdom School in Lonsdale, Ontario near Tyendinaga. (req. Nov. 15, 2017)
  • Cabin on Lowry Lane - A Family-Friendly Vacation Rental in Frazier Park, Ca (cabinonlowrylane.com)
  • Tapola Lake - Also known as 'Mini Kashmir', an unexplored place near Mahabaleshwar (Maharashtra, India), the lake is spread over the area of around 100km as told by locals (request dated - 15th Jan 2021)
  • Bear Country USA - A popular wildlife park outside of Rapid City, South Dakota which allows tourists to see wildlife such as wolves, bears, and elk.
  • List of amusement park rankings has multiple sections that have not been updated since 2019. Would appreciate someone better than me assume that undertaking.

Visual arts[edit]

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