Fred Blunt Illustration - flickr
A new kind of pet is hatching this spring on your iPhone…and they’re celebrating with special color eggs for early Fugu egg adopters! Hatch. (via David Lanham, Dec-19-12)
MP3s: Haerts, ‘Wings’. At SXSW 2013. Future Islands, ‘Balance’. Phosphorescent, ‘Song For Zula’
Nice little animated short by Dina Velikovskaya: My Strange Grandfather.
Enjoy haunting, surreal self-portraits by Hungarian creative Noell S. Oszvald.
The Strange, Incredible Nests Of Weaver Birds.
Symphony pays homage to Iraqi teenagers with “emo” appearances, stoned to death by religious extremists in Baghdad. By Adel Abidin.
Wait, did Louise Bagnell sketch me? Impossible. I guess fluffy old ladies simply all look alike. But I do adore the sketch for some reason.
Zach posted his sketch of Gollum. I love Gollum.
An Everyday Life’s Odyssey is Paris-based IT engineer Pierre Bodilis’ wonderful and informative photoblog. Great door, by the way. (via)
Simply marvelous! Disney animated villains and their voice actors or actresses. In some cases, even a visual likeness is remarkable.
Haha! Facockta Buttons made me smile.
Koken is a free system designed for photographers, designers, and creative DIYs to publish independent websites of their work. browser. (via)
Very nice: Welcome to Detroit.
Extraordinary images via NPR Revisit: “Photographer Jon Crispin has a fascination with things that are left behind. …. Crispin’s latest fascination is with old suitcases — discovered by the New York State Museum in an attic of the Willard Psychiatric Center in Willard, N.Y.” Asylum Suitcases, Found And Photographed, by Claire O’Neill. (See Also: Jon Crispin’s Notebook: Willard Suitcases.)
Revisits: Little Girl in Underland. noodleGun. Playing for Change. Born of Hope.
“Vine reveals the fact that many people find their own computer screen the most interesting part of their visual universe. Look harder.” Daniel Liss
Cold still, snow on the ground. But the sun is out, and somehow the instinct of very old bones finally murmurs, “Spring is on its way.”