Remember Combat from the Atari 2600? If you do, then you’ll love turbotanks.com. Same kinda concept. And it’s 100% free. No weird membership, email transfer, downloads. You just go to the site and play. Don’t remember Combat? Well, with turbotanks you just drive around some sort of maze arrangement and shoot at another tank. Simple […]
Archive | February, 2010
I’ve never seen clouds painted in such an intriguing fashion. Sylvain Louis-Seize is represented by Gallery Jones in Vancouver. That’s the same place that reps the neighbor post about James Nizam. CV statement from galleryjones.com (I had to re-keystroke the statement, so I apologize for any typos): My recent body of work explores three landscape […]
James Nizam takes multiples of drawers, doors, lights and stuff and arranges them in curious manners. shown above:Pillar of Shelveslightjet print60″ x 48″, edition of 5
incredible paper sculptures of birds, horses, turtles, and cows by Anna-Wili Highfield of Sydney, Australia.
You suppose drywall technicians really really like Cool Whip? I just hope they don’t misplace Cool Whip for joint compound when they are eating Angel Food Cake.
I think I’m going to start using “grey” instead of “gray”. I feel more English that way.
Now there’s a paint brush.artist Fabien Verdier
Allow me to introduce the Right Honorable Sir Francis Bacon, baron of Verulam, viscount of Saint Albans, Lord high chancellor of England. We need better a better honorific system in the States. “Mister” just isn’t as nice.
Back around Christmas time I considered buying my dad the “Photographing America: Henri Cartier-Bresson / Walker Evans” book at Borders. However, it was still wrapped in plastic. It’s nice to give someone a book still wrapped in plastic so they can have the fun of being the first person to open the book. However, I […]
Saw this door at Sterling Auto Body in Lombard, IL. Best unintentional Halloween door ever. It’s some kind of utility closet located between the men’s and women’s restrooms. 816 E Roosevelt Rd, Lombard – (630) 932-0943