I love reaction photographs of crowds at sporting events. Check out this photo of Philadelphia Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz trying reach a foul ball in the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, Aug. 16, 2009, in Atlanta. Photo from AP. You got the guys in the back looking on in awe. The dude on […]
Archive | August, 2009
I wouldn’t mind working in this building. nice materials, nice design, big giant window. Architects: Arquitectos Annimos, Maria Veloso and Vasco AragoLocation: St. Tirso, Portugal
cool Though not sure what to make of this
Saw this Chevy Van 30 hack in the parking lot of Sears Essentials, Elmhurst, IL. Half van. Half truck. 100% fun.
Buy a pack of 2009 Allen & Ginter’s baseball cards and puzzlement may strike you as you flip through the cards. That sure happened to me as I came across a Bryan Berg card. Who’s Bryan Berg? And why does he look so incredibly creepy on the card? It turns out this guy does not […]
The Japanese, oh the Japanese. There’s a tumblr blog where someone just walks around Toyko taking photos of people’s analog (non-digital) cameras. There’s 300+ photos and counting. The image above is a Nikon FE. I’d say Nikon is the most common. Leica is perhaps second. Canon is right up there. Mamiya and Contax are well-represented. […]
…The challenge is to venture among photographs that are more difficult to understand, images that enter the realm of art because they invite the viewer to participate and to decipher them. These stimulate the mind, assault it, amuse it, set problems for it and give it the sublime satisfaction of coming up with its own […]
13 stories of open-air stairs. It’s in Abhaneri, India and it’s called Chand Baori. Incredible design.
BoingBoing Gadgets has a post about rechargeable neck warmers. August is most certainly the most wrong time to be posting about rechargeable neck warmers, but that’s the nature of the retail apparel seasons, right? They always like to be one season ahead of the times to screw everything up. So, this rechargeable neck warmer thing […]