Morning Linkage (Nov 23)

by lara on November 23, 2010

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Trans­porta­tion

Just in case any of you thinks that this gig is all about spend­ing the day look­ing at pretty bikes and enjoy­ing adult bev­er­ages. I’d like to give you a lit­tle look into the prob­lems of shiny hunt­ing. Scott over at Pipeburn shares a hand­ful of pic­tures that he’s been hang­ing onto because he doesn’t have enough info to post them. (And his ace read­ers get the goods for him on two out four — go read­ers!) A Guzzi, 2 BMWs and a Sportster.

I’m unde­cided about this cus­tom bike with a Buell motor. The frame is unique enough to pull in my eye and the exe­cu­tion is top-notch. But hey the motor’s gonna have to be changed. The spud.

Wrong, wrong, wrong. Is that a Tony Kart chassis?

Art, Images, and Design

Yuko got to do a cover illo for the NYT Review of Books. The Keith Richards cover. Wow.

Etch-a-Sketch, sports fig­ures.  ’nuff said. (Mak­ing of videos too.)

30 year-old Jung-Yeon Min paints peo­ple in the every­day world with the sur­real land­scape of the human soul on the edge of break­ing through.(NSFW — artis­tic nudes)

Ani­ma­tion and CGI

Is this really all CGI? Reli­able sources say it is.

This just makes me happy. I hope it makes you happy too. Betty Boop does the hula. Bam­boo Isle. If you want the full meal deal (with some fab Hawai­ian music) and have 8 min­utes you can watch the low-res ver­sion of the com­plete film here. Is Betty SFW?

sled­ding and hot choco­late today?

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