“Live life so that you don’t feel obligated just during New Year’s to make resolutions. Unfortunately, my life may be better suited if I made and followed New Year’s resolutions.”-Erik Maldre
Archive | December, 2010
I’m watching “Hellboy II: The Golden Army” right now on FX. The numerous muscle villians are really, really incredible.
I bought this watch on ebay for about $12 (shipping included) a couple months ago. I love it. It’s the EXACT same model that I had 23 years ago in junior high. I can’t believe they still make it. It has stood through the test of time and that’s a good thing for a watch […]
Looking for an affordable camera that can capture slo-motion footage? How does 1,200 frames per second work for you? Yea, that’s right. One thousand two hundred in one second. It’s the Casio EXILIM Pro EX-F1 and it retails for $1000. The catch is that the resolution at the 1,200 FPS setting is a tiny 336 […]
The application icon for Adobe Photoshop CS3 is a blue box with “Ps” in white text. Frack Design has come up with salt and pepper shakers emulating the Photoshop application icon.
Here’s the official 2010 White House Christmas Tree. It’s nice. A few things confuse me though. I really don’t like the barricade around the tree. How uninviting is that? There appears to be some kind of glow under the tree. I like that. It’s mysterious. The angle of the photograph is annoying. The circle treatment […]
notmartha.com (why the hate for Martha Stewart? c’mon!) has an elegant Christmas tree made exclusively from ornament bulbs and “clear threads” (why not just call it fishing line?). It looks great, but as a parent of two small kids, I would advise such a tree is not suitable for homes with crazy monkeys running around. […]
It is my desire to paint in a style similar to Paul Ferney’s technique demonstrated in his cake series. Ferney’s blog here.
I noticed recently that Amazon is selling a ton of music albums in mp3 format for $5 a pop. Five bucks! “London Calling” by The Clash is among the group. Soon thereafter, I randomly came across Rolling Stone’s top 500 albums of all time. “London Calling” came in at #8.
This poster designed by Cook and Shanosky Associates dates from 1972. It’s AIGA’s call for entries for a Packaging Design competition. Timeless.