Dancing In The Taiga

Mar 09

Bar bans Google Glass...

Mar 03

cracked:

  15 Popular Websites as Understood by Future Historians

cracked:

15 Popular Websites as Understood by Future Historians

Feb 22

Duct Tape art by Takahiro Iwasaki. More of his work here: http://adriensegalfurniture.blogspot.it/2013/02/takahiro-iwasaki.html
 
Most likely the roll of tape was cut with a rotary CNC device, but credit for an amazing idea well executed.

Duct Tape art by Takahiro Iwasaki. More of his work here: http://adriensegalfurniture.blogspot.it/2013/02/takahiro-iwasaki.html

 

Most likely the roll of tape was cut with a rotary CNC device, but credit for an amazing idea well executed.

Feb 21

This is getting interesting Google has aligned with the hipster brand Warby Parker  to make the google glass product a bit more attractive.

This is getting interesting Google has aligned with the hipster brand Warby Parker  to make the google glass product a bit more attractive.

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Feb 05

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Nov 27

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Oct 24

Google engineers mapping the Grand Canyon for Google Maps. Pretty cool…
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via Reddit User GeekBuddhist

Google engineers mapping the Grand Canyon for Google Maps. Pretty cool…

(Click image for thread)

via Reddit User GeekBuddhist

Oct 09

The killer clocks of Stefan Strumbel. I’ve never wanted a cuckoo clock until now… 
more here!

The killer clocks of Stefan Strumbel. I’ve never wanted a cuckoo clock until now… 

more here!

Peter Dean is a big Beatles fan. And so he set out to reproduce exactly — from photographic evidence only — an old circus poster owned by John Lennon. In true Sgt. Pepper’s fashion, he had a little help from his friends.

This is a reproduction of the poster that inspired John Lennon to write the song Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!, which appeared on The Beatles’ 1967 album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. It is printed in a limited edition of 1,967.
Lennon bought the poster in an antiques shop and hung it in his music room. While writing for Sgt. Pepper one day, he drew inspiration from the quirky, old-fashioned language and set the words to music.

Watch the interesting short film about the journey here.
Of course a limited edition letterpress reproduction of the poster is available for sale.
via kottke

Peter Dean is a big Beatles fan. And so he set out to reproduce exactly — from photographic evidence only — an old circus poster owned by John Lennon. In true Sgt. Pepper’s fashion, he had a little help from his friends.

This is a reproduction of the poster that inspired John Lennon to write the song Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!, which appeared on The Beatles’ 1967 album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. It is printed in a limited edition of 1,967.

Lennon bought the poster in an antiques shop and hung it in his music room. While writing for Sgt. Pepper one day, he drew inspiration from the quirky, old-fashioned language and set the words to music.

Watch the interesting short film about the journey here.

Of course a limited edition letterpress reproduction of the poster is available for sale.

via kottke