Custom bodywork taken to an extreme. In beautiful 1950 styling.
A very brief animation of a concept bike exploding into planes. A couple of the late stage stills are eye catching.
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Attempts to communicate with our future alien overlords always seem ridiculously human biased to me. This effort is a little less so in that it starts from some of the basics of physics and chemistry that we think hold true through out the universe. We could be wrong of course…
T-Shirt favorite from the Geek trinket experts at ThinkGeek. Zoom for a coded giggle.
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This ‘media cart’ is gorgeous. But for the price I can buy a couple of you guys welders and a glass cutter and we can go into business for ourselves.
Equally overpriced are these new suites at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas. Pimp-tastic.
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Art, Images, Animation
If you’re feeling in a do-it-yourself literary mood you could start with this letterpress print by Tom Gauld — Characters for an Epic Tale.
I’m sure the wankers at 20th Cent Fox (irony alert) are going to come calling for Georgie Fearns’ client over this sly logo for a PA/copywriter. But I’d so use it if I my last name was Fox.
Fantastic modern take on classic Japanese screens and scrolls. I need more walls.
For those of you who have been digging the Jim Flora work I’ve been linking to here’s another artist working out the bebop goodness.
Christian Robinson works in a lot of media including whiteboard and he sells sweet little collages on line. But it’s the paper cutout animation that grabs me. Here’s Dinosaur Song based on the children’s poem by Daria Tessler.
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Video on the Way Out the Door
Deanna threw this up on FB in the early AM. Girl works weird hours. The Sesame Street anniversary is bringing all kinds of Henson madness to the top of the heap. Here the Muppets do Bohemian Rhapsody. Sing along — you know you want to.
Now get on back into the kitchen — we all got a feast to prepare.