Saturday, November 28, 2009

Akira Kobayashi in Yasuharu Hasebe’s Black Tight Killers (1966) Via: Cinebeats

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Along Dixie Highway by Lisa Anne Auerbach
By Clivanel, Lassalvy. Via: Deadlicious
A still rescued from a Thai ad agency. The pencilled grid lines would have been reference for someone doing a wall-mural or large painted poster of the image triangle-by-triangle.

Via: Vintage Ninja

Thursday, November 5, 2009

"A jet-powered carnival ride, built onsite at the Robodock festival in Amsterdam. Two booming propane pulse jets spun a 200-pound steel fish and a rider fast enough to turn the horizon vertical. Insanely loud. Radically unsafe." Via: The Madagascar Institute
Safe, clean and tiny.The legoland metro. Via: The Brothers Brick

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Searching for Value in Ludicrous Ideas. The art of Steven M. Johnson. By Allison Arieff
The man who folded himself, Eric Testroete. Via: Today and Tomorrow.
“I have never met a vampire personally, but I don’t know what might happen tomorrow.”
Via: Retrozone
The photographs of Jason Barnhart. Via: begin being
Happy Birthday, Godzilla. Via: The Good, The Bad and Godzilla
Something happens in the fridge of Mad Scientists
Modernist nature. Via: Arts and Crafts

Sunday, November 1, 2009

The man in the bubble, Darryl Starbird (pict via: )
For the man who has everything. Vintage Lawnmower Models
Creating Archigram's Walking City. By Joseph Robson

A trip to the Maskatorium. Via: boingboing

I am Woman.

Allen Harris we never once considered the artistic possibilities of subway exhaust. Using only tape and garbage bags, Harris creates giant inflatable animals that become animated when fastened to a sidewalk grate.
In the future there will still be hallways. Via: The Drex Files