I came across these tiny drawings on transparent film or even a tiny piece of tape. The artist uses adhesive tape to affix the drawings in different, unexpected places to put the little people in unusual locations. Clever and cute.
This young designed created a collection of Art Deco lights. He wanted to show them off in a stunning palazzo. Well, he couldn’t afford one. Besides, how would he get all of his potential clients and customers to come to his palazzo. The palazzo needed to be able to go to them. So he made his own. Portable.
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I love Kickstarter. I love funding people’s clever ideas! So, when I saw the Baselamp project by Luke Kelly (“the effortless way to turn almost anything into a lamp”), I ordered 2 of them: handmade and hand finished in the USA in New York and New Hampshire (where the heat sink is extruded).
The Baselamp is a flat walnut (also … Continue reading
If you’re of my generation you probably saw the TV series, The Streets of San Francisco, and you know how crazy steep many of the streets are in the city. Or, you may have simply visited the city. You haven’t lived until you’ve slogged up some of those painfully steep streets.
But what if you could flatten the … Continue reading
We ate at one of our favorite restaurants, the Colonnade ((literally, an Atlanta institution)), on Monday of this week and saw that they would be closed all day, yesterday.
Apparently they are being used as the set in a movie.
We drove by yesterday, en route to/from another staple in our restaurant repertoire, and I shot this photo of all … Continue reading
Those who know me well know that I detest advertising. The advertisements for the new Ant-Man movie are a rare exception. Just the right size for the ants (an important target market for the film), the billboards are clever and made me laugh.
Hat tip to Cameron for calling my attention to them.
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These are some initial thoughts after an encounter with Banksy graffiti, whose work I find provokes my thinking on several different levels. In my opinion, if there is any truly great sin widely practiced in our world today, it’s the failure to think, for deep thinking almost always enjoins action. Banksy takes this on with verve.
Banksy had a 2013 … Continue reading
I stubbled onto this interesting collection of photos by Kim Leuenberger. Her Traveling Cars Adventures series is a collection of old miniature cars staged and photographed by the young Swiss photographer. If you like her images below, you can find more at the French source post. (Source: fubiz) You can also check out her work at her smugmug pro … Continue reading