Caren Alpert takes photographs of food through a microscope.
Here for example is a pineapple leaf.
pineapple leaf detail
Many more including sprinkles, a spooky sun-dried tomato, and chocolate cake.
via: feature shoot
Belgian ads advising you to “Take the Bus” done for the bus company De Lijn. Produced by Creative Conspiracy for the Duval Guillaume agency.
via: PaperWalker (which you should look at just for the header art)
Cheeky smile of the day: Mr. McQueen’s Licence Internationale de Conduire. Trials and Scrambles.
would you trust this man with your motorcycle?
Pretty girls on bikes. Catherine — who doesn’t get a last name here but you can look it up — had a Norton Commando and a set of red custom leathers in the 1970’s in Paris. And she wrote for La Moto.
I don’t think you’ll ride it far but this CB350 is so perfectly simple.
Another unridable 350. This time a Ducati. But damn, just look at what he did with the exhaust. Ingenious.
The famous red London buses get redone for the 21st century.
Art, Images, and Design
Basil Wolverton. The name sounds like he should be the butler in one of Bertie Wooster’s aunt’s house. But no, he’s a the creator of some fine sci-fi illustrations from the 1930’s. And yes, I did read the Meteor Morgan comics shown here.
Mikela Prevost’s paint and paper illustrations look most at home in a children’s book. The second page of her portfolio opens with a girl looking for something in the back of the pantry and continues through several more cooking adventures.
Nightmare sci-fi fairy tales told with big blocks of color. Bunnies, dogs, cat heads, squirrels, and other formerly cute creatures inhabit a cold spiky landscape. Talita Hoffman. Brazil.
Alligator, golf ball, deer, alligator. That’s it. There’s nothing else to ginny+garth’s Pixel Film:Oo (video 0:27)