The Mystery Machine gets a a new look in this zombie based remake. And Scoobie gets a breed change? (’cause that’s a doberman not a dane.) Get the T-Shirt at Threadless.
And while you’re shopping you might want to pick up one of these neat-o patches.
Now you’ll need a scooter to go with the patch. I can offer you the following links.
Nicely graphiced Giggle.
Rock-ola. This three wheeler by the jukebox people, no lie.
Then it’s off to the Siberian Motocross on combat bikes.
Enough of the silliness. This is just pretty. Victoria V35 Bergmeister.
I’ll ping and see if we can get a slightly revised version of this helpful poster. But what bike to feature?
The Fiat 500 is cute. The Abarth versions (of all the vintages) are one of my secret vices.
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Making and Doing
Knuckle busters has an article from the Jan 1961 issue of Popular Mechanics — drill bits for metal work. Enlightening.
Writing in the sand is for sappy movie fade-outs. Okay maybe not any more. Kids get to play and a message prints in the sand. Oh the possibilities.
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Art, Images, Illustration
Architectural firm Studio Lindfors imagines what our cities will look like if they were flooded by polar ice cap melt.
An interview with Shaun Tan. Often pigeon holed as a children’s illustrator, his images hint at larger narratives.
That’s it. Talk amongst yourselves while I set up the next show.