Thursday, June 30, 2005

Post It

I don't know if i am more scared or impressed by the fact that this kind of people exist, but as the title implies, this is the king's portrait made of post it notes.






more here

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Meet TheWorld

This is the work of Icaro Doria, a 25 years old brazillian working for the Grande Reportagem magazine. He came up with this brilliant idea to bring across the concept that the magazine offers profound journalism about topics of real importance to the world of today.

if the images are too small for you to read, click here.















Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Screenprinting 101

Nick Grygiel of YH! Shares this awesome PDF on how to screenprint. This helpful little guide should be good enough to get anyone ready to do their first screenprinting job.

Thanks Nick.

Monday, June 20, 2005

New Icons

A couple of quick links. FastIcon has released a set Batman icons. So if you loved Batman as much as i did you can share the love with you're computer. The icons are fairly dark though so they the details are difficult to make out at 16x16 (detail / list view).

Buyicons.com has also released a button box set intended for Mac OS X developers who need small tollbar icons for applications that use the brushed metal interface. These icons are very tight and well worth the $49 price tag.

Thursday, June 16, 2005

Sissorkick Mp3 Blog

I always get excited when I find people that seem to have almost the exact same musical tastes as I have. Scissorkick has rocketed to the top of my charts in very short order because of that. Covering the realm where Downtempo, Indie Rock, and Idm converge, Scissorkick posts fantastic tunes from fantastic people, and all downloadable tracks are fully legal. If you're in the market for quality new stuff, this blog is a marvelous jumping off point.

the crazy world of thomas han

thomas han show at black market LA.






i thought this was a cool little "remix" that joe ledbetter did of one of thomas' pieces
tom and gary baseman

Monday, June 13, 2005

Wendy's New Campaign begins to rollout.

Cool SquareSo back in May I made an early mention of Wendy's overhauling their marketing strategy. Today and in the past couple weeks, you have probably seen some of their new commercials such as the "Do What Tastes Right" series and "Good to be Square" series. Further more, they have recently launched goodtobesquare.com, a hip little white square who all the little circles love. This is certainly going to be making its rounds on the internet, from inbox to inbox to blogs such as this one. The the question remains however, Does it have what it takes to get to the #2 spot -- overcoming Burger King or even the #1 spot holder McDonalds? Only time will tell but this is a great start to their campaign. Also a quick note: Wendy’s has also launched dowhattastesright.com which seems to be just an alternate site from their homepage at wendys.com

MoMA/PS1

Hernan Diaz Alonso, the latest winner of MoMA/PS1's Young Architects Program to build temporary summer pavilions at the Queens based PS1 has created a futuristic pavilion with elaborate computer generated forms. The structure was generated using "film animation software" according to the article and points to Diaz Alonso's fondness for science fiction and futuristic forms.







You can also read an interview with HDA over at archinect.

Private Pink - a celebration of lesbian love

my talented australian friends at Spring In Alaska have a new born baby called Private Pink.
the first production under the Private Pink brand is a delicious calender containing 12 fleeting snapshots of contemporary lesbian culture.

a preview is available here

buy your copy here



Monday, June 06, 2005

Movie Of The Day

Sunday, June 05, 2005

Movie Of The Day

Pervert!

Russ Meyer's spirit is alive and kicking! Don't miss the trailer for this boobtastic film, featuring famous pornstar Mary Carey. I only hope it gets a theatrical release here in Spain... Thx Wences for the heads up.

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"This movie is for fans of comedy and big boobs; but it's also a celebration of Sex, Death, Freedom and Absurdity. The birth of this project was when two friends, myself and my writing partner Mike Davis, joked about creating an outrageous comedy about all the people and things we’re not ‘supposed’ to think, talk, write, or make movies about. The result is the bizarre and titillating tale known as “PERVERT”. Now the laughs are yours for the taking…
Enjoy it!"

Jonathan Yudis, Producer / Director

Thursday, June 02, 2005

flip flops

this is just too beautiful to be ignored.


found via newstoday