You notice the latest trend in watches is having funky LED lights that represent the time shown? Some don’t even use numbers at all. They’re competely abstract. That’s a bit extreme for me. I still like to see numbers. Below is a collection of the latest LED watches. Some are 20-24% off retail price including […]
Archive | April, 2007
ebay has been a necessary evil for selling my artwork. They raise their rates on an annual basis, sometimes twice a year. Their most recent price hike just murdered ebay stores owners (of which I am one.) Now ebay is changing the feedback ratings. “In addition to the current positive, negative, or neutral comment, buyers […]
I bought a junky pair of headphones at Fry’s for $4 (TDK HP-100). Some music sounds pretty bad on them. Some music sounds really good. One song that is especially good on crappy headphones is “What’s the Frequency, Kenneth” by R.E.M. The image of the happy bloke with the thumbs up is courtesy of inspiredservices […]
I just sold a painting to my first international client: Bernado in Spain. He purchased an AIN’T BEUYS painting from the AIN’T series. (only $7.50 each. $0.39 shipping within the United States. $0.97 shipping to Spain.)
from accordingguy via saynotocrack
Ever thought about living in your shelf? No? Well now you can thanks to Sakura Adachi.
Can someone please, please tell me why wikipedia used the cover of Duran Duran’s Rio album as an example on their page describing “graphic design”?
This is really great. I had a difficult time picking which image to use for this blog post. David C. Lovelace of umop.com has a great collection of Rock Paper Scissor (RPS) games. We all know RPS for the three elements of Rock, Paper and Scissors. umop.com has various variants to the game. For example, […]
Nowadays it’s pretty clear that QuarkXPress is second fiddle to Adobe InDesign. There’s plenty of reasons why. Well, I’ll add another. On Quark’s site they list the top 10 reasons to upgrade to XPress 7. I was hoping to find some solid, concrete reasons to upgrade. Instead it was all fluff; especially numbers 1, 5, […]
Over the weekend, I took apart a Tektronix Phaser 340. The great thing about taking apart electronics is that there’s usually a piece or two that strikes a strong aesthetic chord. I was happy to excavate the piece shown above from the dusty old 340. It’s kinda like archeology.