Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Le Luff

Shout out to Le Love for showing me some of it.

Friday, August 27, 2010

I've Been Lurved

My Annie Hall Posters got some love from the blog Cup Of Jo. Just want to throw out a big thank you.

Also to Clara Obscura

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Flying Day

Went to the Long Beach Red Bull Flugtag today. Didn't see who won, but saw a good amount of creative floats. The most creative of course being the Obama flying machine, which was also backed with a very creative "Baby Got Back" parody song(Bama got flaps).
 It did pretty well.

Check out this panoramic. All those little specs under the lighthouse are people! Estimated 105,000 people showed up for this thing.

Pushing people off a pier is very popular.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Double Vision

Amazing video by the band my boy Lipski merches for, 3OH!3. Super creative.

brought to my attention by Daniel Carlton Hutto

Sunday, August 15, 2010


Awesome flash game called Coma. It's really beautiful to look at and very clever. It's mysterious, sad, aesthetically pleasing and easy to start. Also it's not that long so you could figure it all out on your lunch break. Kudos Brush.

Get to it.

The only downside was at various points I had to turn my brightness to 12 million and even tilt my screen a bit, you know so it get's all white washed and you can see everything. You know.

Saturday, August 14, 2010


Do you like to sleep, nap or rest your head? Are you a huge nerd, geek, graphic designer or avid Apple user? Then do the damn thing and get your typing fingers on some of these pillows by Craftsquatch.

Awesome name too.
My favorite is the RSS pillow.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Im in Miami bitch

Ryan likes to drink. When Ryan drinks, he likes to sing.

Ryan singing karaoke in Miami. 8/10/10

Monday, August 9, 2010

Very Exciting

When I was a young'n, I found pleasure in doing things different. One of these things, was sticking it to the people at the Fizzies company.
Drop it in a glass of water? I think not. 'Plop,' right into my mouth, followed by blue foam spilling out and stained teeth for an hour. The package said you could put it in water or milk for some reason, I was too shocked to actually go through with the whole milk thing. I was also bummed out when the 99cent store stopped selling the packs of blue razz fizzies. You can order them online but they are a bit more then 99cents, plus the whole factor of waiting for them in the mail.

OH YEAAAA (as kool-aide busts through the wall)

Hello Kool-Aid Fun Fizz. No blue razz, but a lot easier to find in stores. Plus their Gurgglin Grape/anti-creation commercial is pretty legit.

Welcome back foaming mouth. Rabies never looked so fruity

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Have A Nice Life

I heard someone say "have a nice life," and as positive as it may sound when dissecting it, it is always a negative statement.


Why it sounds positive:
1. The word "nice." That's a pretty good start for a positive phrase right? Most sentences containing the word "nice" are usually referring to enjoyable weather, or people, or anything. Unless the sentence is something like "nice shirt, dipshit." Which, in that case, isn't too positive.

2. Adding the word "life" to "nice." Ok so now the person using this phrase is not only hoping for you to have some niceness in your life, but now they want your entire life to be nice. That is a lot of niceness. How could anyone take this comment in a negative way when it is such a positive statement?

Why it sounds negative:
1. Im numbering this one for consistency, but it only needs one reason. Through all of the gumdrops and rainbows of words in this phrase, the bottom line is that the person saying it, is also saying "I hope I never see your bitch face again, so get out of my life. Hope yours is swell, but I really don't." Normally people would say "have a nice day," "have a good one(just one)," or "have a great [insert time period less than a lifetime]." This would imply that the user of the phrase actually intends to see the receiver on another occasion.

So what could end up being the nicest statement ever said, is turned completely negative by whiney recipients who assume that the "nice-life-wisher" only wishes to never see them again, completely ruining any chance of a genuine "nice-life-wisher" of getting their positive reinforcement across to their down and out friend.

Have a nice life.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Shinya Kimura


Great art, not only in his beautiful bikes but in the cinematography as well.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Inception Diagram

I wish I was smart enough to have made this
(click to enlarge)