Anybody want to buy me this? please. $1800. 6 minute video demo The Sears Craftsman Compucarve is an artist’s dream. It’s a computer-controlled, 3-dimensional woodworking machine. I watched an infomercial on this a few months ago. I was just reminded of this tremendous wood carving tool from a DIY website. From what I remember, the […]
Archive | June, 2007
Meet Matt Maldre, amateur rock balancer and creator of spudart.org. This photograph taken September 2000, San Francisco. 35mm photograph scanned digitally.
Meet Bill Dan, the rock balancing guy. incredible work.
new entry at my artist journal
The AT-AT stroller rocks. We all know. But there is a potential stroller that would rock even harder. How about a Transformer stroller? It would transform from a stroller to a robot. And the baby would be in the head of the robot. That would be the most awesome thing ev-a! Of course all safety […]
Over at Scott Adams’ blog, he details the process involved in making a Dilbert comic. Every once in a while I check Scott Adams’ blog. Though I usually get frustrated at the lack of imagery. It’s always a sea of text. I usually don’t stay on his blog very long for that simple reason. I […]
I’m grooving on the newly minted Washington state quarter. It’s great how the salmon’s curved body is conforming to the shape of the quarter. I’m not too crazy about all the detail in Mount Rainier. It takes a bit of the focus away from the salmon. The salmon is what makes this quarter so interesting.
The Chicago Cubs entered Arlington, Texas to face Sammy Sosa who is sitting on 599 steroid-injected career home runs. I couldn’t be happier to see Sosa get the hat trick as he struck out three times. And they were ugly strikeouts, too. He wasn’t even close.
Many times I feel hunger while sitting at my desk at work. Often I have granola bars to help satisfy that hunger. Some days I have no food to fulfill my hunger. It is then that I often wish that plastic was edible. I have a plastic wildebeest standing on my desk that’s looking awfully […]