Archive for November, 2009
PSFK features Cornelia Hesse-Honegger’s photographs of insects that have been morphologically disturbed by nuclear radiation , as well as a giant Urban Cursor art by Sebastian Campion.
Learn how to make the Chewbacca noise with this helpful Youtube video.
Pixelthis makes some amazing clocks from a variety of recycled sources like hard drives, turntables, computer covers, bike gears and chains, and even a bike wheel! They don’t seem to be good for knowing the exact time, but they do look lovely:
The stereotype is that geeks eat unhealthy food, and unfortunately there’s more than a bit of truth to it. So why not celebrate it with the Cheeto Existential Documentary Fine Art Screen Print by SynapseArtworks ($125.00). Every Cheeto in a 13.5 oz. bag was traced and rated according to cheesiness, so you can compare cheesiness levels with the next bag you eat. The Mac and Cheese Unscented Candle by kokocandles ($15.00) looks amazingly delicious and realistic (though I’m not sure it’s a good thing that real mac and cheese is a dead ringer for a wax candle).
Bits ‘n Pieces is a traveling exhibition with work from a variety of artists, scientists and researchers who are trying to “..anticipate the next phase of the digital revolution, focusing on how society is imbued with, shaped by and shapes technology.” It’s a great way for art and science to interact and lead to thought-provoking and inspiring pieces of craft and design:
The letter of the day is “V”, with lots of sci-fi and political drama coinciding. The ABC show V aired recently, a show about aliens who promise to fix all of humanity’s problems…but what’s their real motive? Today is also Guy Fawkes Day, which conjures memories of V from the Alan Moore graphic novel, V for Vendetta. With so many “V”s floating around, I was inspired to put together a collage of products that embody the danger and drama of the infamous letter!
See product details after the break:
They’re dubbed the “Crosheiders,” but the Superhero Team-Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by stripeyblue ($5.99) resembles a particular Bandai team of heroes who also wore brightly colored spandex. However, this crochet pattern will create a team that’s 100 times more adorable! I love their cute, sassy little poses:
Stumbled upon the cuteness via Super Cute Kawaii.
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