Semi-regular dispatches on click-worthy entertainments, art, interesting facts & more!
A merge of the old-timey penny-farthing and a monster truck creates the MonsterBike:
Meet The Big Caption where photos and statements collide.
There's so much to love about the inflatable "Intrusive Sculptures" from Paul Souviron, for which he slips his collapsed work into an unused public space and inflates it to reveal its full form.
Happy Memorial Day! I hope that you all grill up something amazingly tasty, like this Nike Burger from Olle Hemmendorff:
Remove the difficult decision-making from your mid-day meal, meet the Wheel of Lunch.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Pacman video game, Google changed its logo to a playable version of the 1980's classic. Did you miss out? Not to worry, you can catch up on the productivity-destroying fun at google.com/pacman
The Bureau of Communication lets visitors invite, apologize, woo or critique their friends & colleagues with smartly-designed (and easy-to-use) forms.
Since the previous post got me thinking about zombies, I realize that some people would rather try to blend in with the teeming hordes of the undead rather than fight them. If that's the case for you, might I recommend the instant zombie t-shirt?
James McAdam's "Safe Bedside Table" offers defensive & offensive weaponry within arm's reach. How surprised would an intruder be to creep into a bedroom and find the occupant wielding not only a club, but a thick shield as well? Answer: very surprised. Of course,...
ThxThxThx presents a small 'thank you' note every day:
A man of mirrors, spotted at the Griffith Observatory:
Original Star Wars triology. Retold. With Legos. In 2 Minutes.
Witty and engaging street art/graffiti from 6emeia
One man's idea of a vacation is to visit locations where films were shot & recreate memorable (and/or not-so-memorable) scenes: Pieter Dirkx' 'Filming Locations'
The Make-a-Wish Foundation and what looks to be much of the city of Seattle grant a young boy's wish to be a superhero:
Artist Leandro Erlich's 1999 piece "Swimming Pool" has been making the rounds on the Internet with its beautiful, immersive viewing experience. Be amazed, then check out his many other works -- all rather astounding. Update! Here's some video of the "pool" in...