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Monthly Archives: March 2010
Diesel’s fragrance Only The Brave was released recently as a limited Iron Man edition.Â Nuff said, really. (via Brainstorm #9)
Street artist Contra put up a life-size cutout of British Prime minister Gordon Brown on the street and waited to see what happened.Â The result was surprisingly a-political. This is the third in Contra’s series ofÂ street art projects called … Continue reading
Solipsistic Pop #2 is coming, and in addition to a truckload of great comics, it sports a beautiful cover by Luke Pearson, who manages to channel the creative spirits of Kevin Huizenga, Ron RegÃ© and John Porcellino and mash them … Continue reading
French illustrator Walter Minus created the art for this way cool chocolate catalogue for Paris foodie heaven La Grande Epicerie.Â Imagine that, an upmarket grocery store doing their marketing in comic format ! (via Deadlicious, whose chocolate is quite prominently … Continue reading
Spanish animator Hexagonall created new title sequences for fan favorites Lost and Tron as they might have been if titles master Saul Bass had been involved. (via Super Punch)
That quite sensible, cheap and economical car from 1976 may be “for lovely people”, I don’t see Batman rushing after the Joker in it. (via ViÃ±etas)
The video to OK Go’s new single, This Too Shall Pass, is one of the best Rube Goldberg machines I’ve ever seen.Â check out YouTube for a hi-res version. For more Goldberg machines in and around the house, click here, … Continue reading
Get it ?Â It says “keep on truckin’”, and it’s on a truck ? (via mental_floss)
Two campaigns were featured on Ads of the World recently that used word balloons as a physical representation of the less advantageous aspects of speech : bad breath, and the fact that it’s never the same as the real thing. … Continue reading