I’m a sucker for fun bookshelf design. This blog has seen its fair share of bookshelves through the years. I’ll add one more to the stack. The Topple Bookshelf. At first I dismissed it as silly. You put too many books on the shelf and they all fall out. Oh no. It’s quite the opposite. […]
Archive | October, 2007
Another original art series has entered my etsy store. ANIMALS AND ARCHITECTURE artist statement: This series springs from the long-lasting relationship between architecture and nature. These paintings cogitate the ranging existence of architecture from a suggestive living, breathing actuality to potentially emblamatic symbols of human thought. The same analysis is applied to the representation of […]
I took this photo a few years back inside a Target. Did they intend for this woman to become a unicorn?
Nothing says “Faceoff Friday” like two robots going at it, especially two vintage robots one of which has a giant pencil sticking out its chest and the other flying on a rocket. Classic. So, who would win? Pencil robot or rocket robot? I’m going with pencil robot. Not only do the orange eyes on that […]
Come sit on the cd chair.
The LEGO cloud sculptures have now arrived at etsy for $20 plus $8 shipping. (my etsy storefront) Artist Statement: LEGO pieces and clouds are opposites by their form. LEGO pieces are plastic, rigid, geometrically modular standardized units mass produced by man. Clouds are biomorphic, fluid, randomly shaped forms of water and ice produced by nature. […]
wrybaby.com has some great baby onesies. The image above shows six from their collection. I decided to show just one the ones that have the same circle design element. I suppose my favorite is “I CAN’T READ”. My nephew already has “I MIGHT BARF”.
about a month ago, I shared PC Magazines’ 10 best PC case mods. You can put all those in the dumpster, because the self-proclaimed deathstarchris has built the Incredible Hulk Maximum PC. Make sure to click on the button that says, “click here for more”. It will take you to a 360 degree view of […]
No father needs these shoes to have an inpromtu dance with their daughter, but the symbolism behind these shoes are simply great.
Mr. Clean doing his thing.