Monthly Archives: August 2010

Bubble Calendar — Interesting use of the product

Bubble Calendar — Interesting use of the product

Don’t know if I could resist burning off a couple of extra days.

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Ball Droppings — Simple but strangely compelling little game

Ball Droppings — Simple but strangely compelling little game

BallDroppings instructions: Turn your sound up. Draw lines on the black screen to bounce the balls. Enjoy the music. Play Ball Droppings.

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Puppies and Flowers : The animal portraits of Evan Kafka

Puppies and Flowers : The animal portraits of Evan Kafka

Link to Evan Kafka’s website animal section. Be sure to check out his ‘babe’ portraiture a la Jill Greenberg. Previously related: Puppies and Flowers : Jill Greenberg — Monkey Portraits

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Chinese People’s Party Orchestra play ‘Beat it’…

Chinese People’s Party Orchestra play ‘Beat it’…

The Eddie Van Halen guitar solo at 2:49 is the funniest thing.

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The 200 yard Gong Shot

The 200 yard Gong Shot

Challenge #1: Could David Howell, Paul McGinley, Marcel Siem or Rhys Davies skim a golf ball 200 yards across a lake and hit a 9 inch gong?

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Taiwanese News Animation questioning if Google “has gone evil”?

Taiwanese News Animation questioning if Google “has gone evil”?

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and now for something completely different…

and now for something completely different…

Previously Monty Python: Happy 40th Monty Python Monty Python fans — Monty Python Day (or The Knights of Nee Festival)

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Vintage TV Commercial : Mattel Tommy Burst

Vintage TV Commercial : Mattel Tommy Burst

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Sistine Chapel zoomable, 360° tour. Pretty amazing.

Sistine Chapel zoomable, 360° tour. Pretty amazing.

Link to The Vatican’s Sistine Chapel tour, info about the ceiling here and the Holy Website.

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F**k Me, Ray Bradbury — The music video (NSFW language)

F**k Me, Ray Bradbury — The music video (NSFW language)

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Lovely salt ‘n pepper shaker yacht

Lovely salt ‘n pepper shaker yacht

memory of Falmouth salt & pepper shaker by Takae. Previously similar: Dachshund Salt and Pepper Shakers

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“The Missing” A photo project by Gustavo Germano, beautiful but sad…

“The Missing” A photo project by Gustavo Germano, beautiful but sad…

Each picture represents a before and after ‘the dissapearance’ shot. Picture above (1970): Maria Irma Ferreira, Maria Susana Ferreira; picture below (2006): Maria Susana Ferreira From Zeit Online: During the military dictatorship in Argentina from 1976 to 1983 nearly 30,000 people disappeared without trace. Der Fotograf Gustavo Germano gehört zu den Opfern des Staatsterrors. The(…)

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— Strange Sisters —

— Strange Sisters —

Archive of Lesbian paperback artwork from the 50’s and 60’s. Pretty cool stuff, note the typo in image showing. Link

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Two things you don’t expect to find growing in your lungs…

Two things you don’t expect to find growing in your lungs…

a) A Fir Tree b) A Pea Plant Have some ‘puppies and flowers’…

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Jazz artist portraits by William P. Gottlieb, circa 1938 to 1948.

Jazz artist portraits by William P. Gottlieb, circa 1938 to 1948.

Portrait of Slam Stewart, Three Deuces(?), New York, N.Y., ca. Sept. 1946 Click images for larger. Portrait of Django Reinhardt, Aquarium, New York, N.Y., ca. Nov. 1946 Portrait of Kaiser Marshall, Art Hodes, Sandy Williams, Cecil (Xavier) Scott, and Henry (Clay) Goodwin, Times Square, New York, N.Y., ca. July 1947 Portrait of Billie Holiday, Downbeat(?),(…)

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Random collection of work by watercolor artist Chisnicean Eugen

Random collection of work by watercolor artist Chisnicean Eugen

From the artists website: Was born in 1984 in small town in the north of Moldova. Early interest to art was influenced by his father who was engaged at that time in painting and photography. At the age of 11 years has entered in children’s school of Fine arts. During studies successfully participated in numerous(…)

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CBS Live recording of The Miles Davis Quintet — ‘So What’ — April 2, 1959

CBS Live recording of The Miles Davis Quintet — ‘So What’ — April 2, 1959

On April 2, 1959, producer Robert Herridge recorded the Miles Davis Quintet playing the classic “So What” in CBS studio 61, New York City. The piece was taped for an episode of the Robert Herridge Theater, titled “The Sound of Miles Davis.” CBS broadcast the show on July 21, 1960.

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Expendable’s Youtube page ‘take over’, nice execution—unfortunate product…

Expendable’s Youtube page ‘take over’, nice execution—unfortunate product…

Link to YouTube

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Are you going to Burning Man this year?

Are you going to Burning Man this year?
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