April 30, 2009

New Matthew Tischer print on 20x200.

I really like his work.

20x200 : Print Information : Untitled #9

Water-Powered Clock.

Aww. Cute.

How does it work? Magic mostly. And a little bit of science too. The internal converter simply extracts electrons from water (or other liquid) molecules and provides a steady stream of electrical current acting as a fuel cell to generate power to the clock.

ThinkGeek :: Water Powered Clock

Screen prints on wood.

Lovely images. Nice size. Good price.

feather2pixels.com - objects - series one.

April 29, 2009

Station Alarm Clock.

Ah, MUJI. You never fail to delight. Pure and simple.

MUJI Clock

NYC Souvenir Pigeon Feather.

How cute is this?

Great gift for a bird enthusiast, displaced New Yorker or that person that has everything.

Handmade Housewares on Etsy - NYC Souvenir by BROOKLYNrehab

(via Etsy Finds)

Keep Calm and Don't Sneeze.

Keep Calm and Don't Sneeze, a Work for Food project

(via the fabulous @marcjohns)

Playing For Change | Peace Through Music.

No matter whether people come from different geographic, political, economic, spiritual or ideological backgrounds, music has the universal power to transcend and unite us as one human race. And with this truth firmly fixed in our minds, we set out to share it with the world.

We built a mobile recording studio, equipped with all the same equipment used in the best studios, and traveled to wherever the music took us.

If the video cuts out, be sure to click below and watch it on their site. It's really, really lovely.

Playing For Change | Peace Through Music

(Thank you, Bradley!)

April 28, 2009

Wood footprints.

As a fan of Buddhist monks, I find this interesting.

In a story straight out of Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, human footprints worn into a wooden floor mark the spot where a 70-year-old Buddhist monk named Hua Chi, has said his prayers in a temple in Tongren, China, for over twenty years.

Footprints in Wood Tell Story of Buddhist Monk’s Prayers

April 15, 2009


I'm late to the game on this one, but I really, really do love both the concept and the bots. I have to post it just to show my support.

Tweenbots are human-dependent robots that navigate the city with the help of pedestrians they encounter. Rolling at a constant speed, in a straight line, Tweenbots have a destination displayed on a flag, and rely on people they meet to read this flag and to aim them in the right direction to reach their goal.

tweenbots | kacie kinzer

(via Timbot & Czeltbot)

Create your own Big Brother-esque billboard.

This odious billboard appears in my town, encouraging me to rat on my neighbours because I don't understand what they throw away.

Use the text fields below to make improvements to it.

Anti-terror billboard

April 01, 2009

Ryan Kapp's "Skokie Night."

I love this combination of colors.

Silkscreen on archival paper
24 x 20"
edition of 125

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PodBrix Steve Jobs.

PodBrix are back! I love limited edition Podbrix. And this one is smack dab at the intersection of nerdy and cute.

Plush Jobs loves you. Cuddle up with him and pretend he's whispering corporate secrets in your ear. Jobs enjoys hanging out with your other stuffed animals... also he adores Barbie. But please keep him away from computers running Windows, he hates those.

Plush Jobs would like you to know that he is completely handmade and that his glasses are constructed from wire. He also mentions that even his shoelaces are hand stitched. Plush Jobs says that he is quite tall at 43cm (17" inches) high. He thinks it would be very nice to live at your house.

PodBrix :: Steve Jobs Plush - $27.99