Top menu

Archive | October, 2006

r.b.i. baseball strikeout king

r.b.i. baseball strikeout king

Last night I was playing the greatest baseball video game ever, R.B.I. Baseball, through iNES for Mac OS 9 on my old Powerbook Pismo. Usually the games end rather quickly with a slaughter rule. However, my sluggers struggled a bit this game which allowed my pitching staff to go the whole game. They raked up […]

Continue Reading 1
new ebay art

new ebay art

There are 11 new AIN’T paintings in my ebay store. Each one sells for $3. (Shipping is $0.39). WHAT A BARGAIN! Included in this batch is Francis Bacon, Chuck Close, Jasper Johns, Anselm Kiefer, Gustav Klimt, Lee Krasner, Barbara Kruger, Erik Maldre, Gerhard Richter, Julian Schnabel, ? Skrypeck, and Frank Stella. I received a request […]

Continue Reading 4
orange juice conspiracy

orange juice conspiracy

I don’t like to shake my orange juice before pouring because I believe that some of it evaporates when you shake it. That’s why it gets so bubbly; that’s the OJ evaporating. ——————————————— ———————————————

Continue Reading 5
more paper art

more paper art

I can’t believe it’s paper. artist: Richard Sweeney He has a nice collection of work on flickr. His work on flickr can be classified into categories:1. biomorphic-is-that-really-paper paper sculptures2. tripped-out lighting on pleated folds3. playing with shadows entering window hitting simply-cut paper All three categories have beautiful formal qualities.

Continue Reading 3
folded paper art

folded paper art

Check out Yuko Nishimura’s folded paper art. It’s amazing to thing that this is simply a sheet of paper. That’s it. One sheet of paper. Those Japanese sure know how to fold paper.

Continue Reading 0
fold-away kitchen

fold-away kitchen

It’s a fold-away kitchen from Yanko Design. Looks kinda fun. Though I’m not sure how much space this really saves, because the depth of the table and chairs remain the same. It’s just a matter of sliding the units out from their storage space when used. It’s not like a foldaway bed where you PULL […]

Continue Reading 4
whirlyball strategies and secrets

whirlyball strategies and secrets

The other day my office went and played whirlyball. It’s a fun game that every American should participate in (except those with chronic back problems.) If you don’t know what whirlyball is, then check out whirlyball.com or whirlball.net or this cartoon. Four things make up whirlyball: bumper cars, plastic scoops, a whiffle ball, and two […]

Continue Reading 12
complex origami folds

complex origami folds

Origami gone crazy. Talk about complicated folds. This stuff is nuts! It’s a Japanese site, so don’t be afraid of all the question mark characters. The artist put English descriptions next to each item. It’s a shame that the photographs are such poor quality. These pieces would look 100 times better with some decent light […]

Continue Reading 7
Darth Vader Flash USB drive

Darth Vader Flash USB drive

Who doesn’t love a great Star Wars novelty item? I have a few including my Star Wars Lego video game for the XBox. In fact, the entire Star Wars Lego series always cracks me up. I always rather enjoyed my Darth Vader head candy container. Darth Tater is a classic among classics. Enter now another […]

Continue Reading 2