Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Theeeeoooo



Hey fellas ran into this site today and thought you might like a gander.
Check out the old computer ads with Roger Moore and Bill Bixby. I also forgot how much of a whore Bill Cosby used to be for random product advertising.

Monday, July 30, 2007

All this rappin is making me hungry



I don't really have any clever comments for this.
I think it would have been cooler though if they
had included come kind of plastic "bling" a la Cracker Jacks.
I wonder if this has trans fats...

Friday, July 13, 2007

Supersonic Electronic Robot Voodoo Power


Alright fellas I thought I might help revive our blog with some
fresh new material. I was looking for images of old Casio calculator
watches when I stumbled across this website Pocket Calculator.
I remember how stoked I was when my folks bought me a watch with an
assortment of buttons and dials. How easily captivated (well I still am)
my young mind was... ahhh nerd nostalgia. Anyways there is also a link
to the BoomBox Museum. Yes, the boombox museum, you heard me right.

ENJOY!!

Friday, February 23, 2007

Friday is Motion Day



Well, not really. Just this Friday. What better way to start off your weekend?

Got turned to the boss motion graphics site Motionographer. Advertising or not, this stuff is just rad.

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Thursday, February 08, 2007

Yes Yes Y'all

Ran across this the other day while looking for a mix CD. Someone spent a great deal of time scanning these, so the page takes a while to load. PS: If either of you come across a Peanut Butter Wolf tour CD called "YO! 45 Raps" let me know!

Clip/Stamp/Fold



One of the nice things about The Global Worldwide Internet Web of Interests is that you check out art in cities where you maybe can't afford the rent. In that vein, I invite you into the digital gallery of Clip/Stamp/Fold, a new show at the Storefront for Art gallery in NYC. It's a show of architectual proto-zines from the sixties and seventies, and while the content is interesting I'm sure, taken all together, it's a also just a great survey of design trends from the era. Now, I don't know much about architetcure, but Holy Smokes: if this is the design architects come up with, what did the designer's 'zines look like?

(The site is a little hinckey, but looks great: bear with it.)

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Thursday, February 01, 2007

An American Self-Portrait


Hey fellas just thought you two might dig this. This photographer is fucking
amazing, at least I like to think so... His photos are a bit distressing to look at,
but they are extremely thought provoking. check it out!

http://www.chrisjordan.com/

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Graffiti Graflex Repost