The Atom Bomb Doctor Who. Naming convention remains a mystery but the
bike is yummy.
1861 United does a series of punning ads for Yamaha. Love ’em.
For a retro moto look, an album cover.
The Benthic Rover does for the ocean floor what Spirit and Opportunity
are doing for Mars. Only cooler, and there’s video.
We all know the dangers of spy ware but did you imagine that Sears and
K‐Mart would be gross offenders? Just sign up for a few special deals,
get $10 — and reveal your kinks, online pharmacy orders, and bank
balance to the retail giants.
UT Austin’s freshly digitized Poe archives. Search for” raven” and
find sheet music, illustrations, and manuscripts.
I travel; I look at rivers and dams. I might change my mind and plan a
world tour based on visiting these 10 coolest playgrounds.
Microwave popcorn bags have no style what‐so‐ever. This award winning
concept could change that. Stylin’ and delicious.
I like yellow, maybe not this much yellow, but DHL gets a lot out of
yellow. Or in this case a lot into yellow.
Art, Images, and Illustration
Modern sculptures invade the grounds of Versailles. The purple
crustaceans are awesome.
More whimsical and charming from under the sea. Meomi’s house
features the new Octonauts adventure. And a couple of thousand other
bits of cotton candy — mouse around.
Jessica Fortner’s illustrations are the end result of a long, exacting
process that combines model building with photo composting. Her
newest, the first in the“My Woodlands, My Nightmare” series, is at the
top of her blog. Scrolling down will show you how she did it. (And,
no, a bear under and umbrella is not in the least bit nightmarish. A
few of the earlier pieces are)
Monday seems to be visual irony day. Here David Trautrimas paints
unique houses based on common gadgets.
La Carrera Panamericana, racing at it’s most brutally unsophisticated.
Photographed by Coop. In black and White. 600+ images. Day‐waster.
More black and white goodness. The LIFE archives serve up a slide show
of New York City in the 1940’s.
Making your day just a little happier. 8 animators provide a roller
coaster ride for a little rabbity fellow set to a pop song from New
Zealand. (SFW + audio)
until tomorrow comrades,