KZ400 by Mad Crow in Barcelona. The headlight and tank details make it special.
There are many things to like about this Wrenchmonkees Ducati 750ss. The frame treatment, the colors, and the front clip.
I never can quite seem to wrap my mind around the idea of a bike called a Virago. But the front end of this XV750 brings me pretty close to what I think it should be. On the other hand, no Virago I’ve ever met had such a teeny ineffectual rear end.
What is the evolutionary purpose of tickling? An incredibly important question whose answer remains a mystery. (And whose importance is totally poo-poo’d by the spoil‐sport commenters. )
Art, Images, and Design
The idea of delivering teaching materials as a secondary use of the cardboard box the food aid rice came in is … well I don’t know, either inspired or condescending. With some thought and effort this could work very well. More commercially, Amazon should jump on this — imagine a box to ship toys in that turns into a toy.
Scary octopus but not in the way you expect. A collection of plastic bags and other trash takes on new life meandering through the streets of Slovenia.
The character animations in first person shooters make me wince every time I see one. But some of the vehicle and weapon designs are first‐rate. Like these from Damnation. Several nice guns and a bonus of a bike and a trike at the end. Winter build project anyone?
Information is Beautiful is branching out into animation as a technique for the visual display of information. Here is a Tetris inspired retelling of the world’s spending habits. Debtris. This first effort gets an A for being informative and a D for the sound track. Watch, but turn the speakers down.