Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Whale bones artistically arranged in a sphere- self supporting.
An Andy Goldsworthy piece in the Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh.

From stuff, we get more stuff.

Self Replicating Robotic Cubes.
The video of it copying itself is strangely hypnotic...

This week I have been mostly....

... destressing and re-discovering the joys of webland.
- discover a drawing styleeee all of my own.
- design a t-shirt, submit it, and if enough people vote for it, they'll rip you off and print it. Genius.
- because you can buy a badge which says "you're nothing without a tapir". The truth hurts.
- make a wallet out of duct tape
- because someone spent far too long turning eggs into storm troopers.
- soft play for grown-ups.

Saturday, May 07, 2005

Satan's Laundromat

An excellent urban decay photoblog of NY

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Seek and Ye Shall Find...

Just where is Jesus these days?
Here's a hint- imagine a religion where people worship Morris Gibb, and you may just be able to pick out the the redeemer amongst the hoards of sinners.

A link found from an art/design/tech blog

Also, just for a bit of surreal fun Some weirdo has tattooed Charles Eames' face on his arm.

Tuesday, April 26, 2005

the trainer based urban art returns?? Posted by Hello

Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Painting by pixels

Utterly awesome. Check out:

Friday, April 15, 2005

kritch "two things is not a list", up a tree Posted by Hello

‘You need crayons. What if you get stranded on a desert island?’ How are you going to write a message? Crayons.’

build hilarious phrases and have them spoken by eddie himself (first name terms!)

Friday, April 08, 2005

Won't get fooled again...

Published in the Sunday Herald, 3rd June 2001, Peter Howson's depiction of our glorious leader.
The portrait was submitted as part of a feature commissioning Scottish artists to convey their reactions to British politics and the upcoming general election.

Howson commenting on the piece in 2001:

"The impression I get is that he is starting to look very old in comparison to the fresh faced photos of him when he first came to power. His hair's gone and he's got more lines round his face. Though he's still got that kind of pixie, slightly mad look.

"I tend to make people look quite aggressive but there's actually not much aggression in this drawing. There's a kind of look of panic".