February 18, 2007
I wasn't concerned when my wife began to wear Carlos Diez's new mask accessory in private. But when she began sporting one in public, I was startled (to say the very least). Until I began to notice the stares and smiles of admiration.
But I've been considering this. It's very Hercules meets Darth Vader!
(via:we make money not art)
January 18, 2007
Shoe in Mouth
Oh darling, they're absolutely stunning! But do they come in white?
September 27, 2006
Milky by artist, photographer, author, screenwriter and playwright Douglas Coupland.
September 08, 2006
Godzilla Crime Photos
Last night, I did a Flickr search for "blue giant Marusan" and I happened upon the stunning photos of this godzilla! Along with them, I discovered a treasure trove of vinyl monsters (and vinyl toys), lovingly photographed by Geozilla (or, as he's known in the real world, George Davis).
Unfortunately, I have the displeasure to announce, the Marusan website has run clean out of giant blue Godzillas (he, he... because I just bought the last one)!
And for an extra treat, take a look at Tim Biskup's custom painted Gamagon. It's extraordinary!
All photos, George B. Davis (cc) some rights reserved.
March 09, 2006
These are the alive and breathing, Giger-inspired Lego Bionicle creatures of Bryce McGlone. They contain no non-Lego parts and no glue was used.
(click photos to enlarge)
• Brickshelf Gallery
February 08, 2006
Greetings to the countless throngs of Boingboingers who've clicked on the boingboing link (all 11 or 12 of you). Yeah, that's me, wearing vintage frames from Allyn Scura. And I hope everyone does because vintage frames never go out of style and because many of them will make you feel like a character straight out of a 60's film. And this is a wonderful feeling. (I am the evil nemesis of James Bond – I will destroy the world!)
January 01, 2006
2006 in Tinselania
Happy New Years Tinselpeople!!!
July 11, 2005
Things to Smile About
Beautiful, small things make me smile. Perhaps because, lately, it seems there's so much to not smile about. A company named Cerealart makes beautiful (though sometimes pricey) small things. Take a look... you also may find yourself smiling.
(via: Cool Hunting)
June 08, 2005
General Tibbets and an Army of Ultramen
It's multitudes of Ultramen! Browse through decades of Ultraman toys here at the ultimate Ultraman Toy Collection. Pure fun!
Wondering what gave birth to Ultraman? And why? The Little Boy exhibit companion book, edited by Takashi Murakami, is now widely available and offers a provoking explanation of what forces shaped modern Japan. If you're anything like me – if you couldn't get to New York to see the show – the book's the next best thing.
The Little Boy book is in stark contrast to Brig. Gen. Paul Tibbets' website. He's the guy who dropped the Little Boy bomb on Hiroshima. Today, he's 90 years old and still flying high. And what a remarkable web presence! Stop by if you're in the market for Enola Gay or Little Boy trinkets. That's right... trinkets. Unbelievably, he peddles souvenirs of the bomb that killed thousands. Like this scale model of the Little Boy bomb, hand signed by Tibbets himself... disturbing stuff.
May 16, 2005
Universe in Blue
The New York Times just posted this image from Revenge of the Sith in a film review, by A.O. Scott. I couldn't help but staring at it for a long time before I read the article. Captivating. I like the blues. I wonder if they'll stick to this aesthetic throughout the movie.
Scott gave the film a surprisingly good review, calling it "the best of the four episodes Mr. Lucas has directed. That's right," he says, "it's better than 'Star Wars.'"