27 April 2008
25 April 2008
23 April 2008
22 April 2008
21 April 2008
4. Christopher Lee's illustrations are fun to a point that they make me giddy.
3. Huun Huur Tu. Tuvan throat singing at its best (and most bizarre?). I heard the one in the front left made a deal with the devil for that moustache. They have some albums for download (legally) here.
2.Gareth Neal's furniture. I want a desk from him.
1.Yo Gabba Gabba toys. If you haven't seen the frenetic surreal kids show that is 'Yo Gabba Gabba', follow the link.
20 April 2008
18 April 2008
17 April 2008
16 April 2008
15 April 2008
Friend Brady in the parking lot before the Rockies game (last Sunday):
The Top Pot (it's an anagram) doughnut store in Seattle (three weeks ago):
I just got some of my road trip photos developed, so those will likely filter in until school calms down (Diff Eq exam tomorrow).
14 April 2008
4. Get Lost, by Douglas Wilson. I love the print and the idea.
3. Hairy Futura. I have seen many fonts, but none have made me smile like this.
2. The fashion of Henrik Vibskov: it is ridiculous and unsettling at the same time. Expect me to rip him off in the near future.
1. "Copia", a series by Brian Ulrich. His non-judgmental visual exploration of American consumer culture is profound.
13 April 2008
11 April 2008
10 April 2008
I drew this a while ago, and finally got around to scanning it and uploading it. On the left, a Swatch my sister bought me in Switzerland. In the middle, a Fossil I bought sometime in 2003. On the right, a sweet Casio calculator watch that is one of the nerdiest things I own (second only to a Mathcounts State Champion Trophy).
As for the aforementioned title, it comes from this article from the New Yorker.
Here are the lyrics for this song. In summation, this is the perfect breakup song, and just a perfect storytelling song in general.
09 April 2008
08 April 2008
07 April 2008
4. Honibe: They invented solid honey drops. Just plain fun:
3. Garfield Minus Garfield: What happens when you take Garfield out of his own comic? A strip about modern paranoia and alienation. Or just ridiculousness. I think Marcel Duchamp would be proud:
2. Acorn: I dig it:
1. David Yocum and Brian Bell: Their architecture firm set up in what used to be an abandoned auto-repair shop. What followed will blow your mind: