Photo by John Prolly Jess on her Lurker. Great photo, more girls on bikes please!
Don’t know exactly where this is coming from, but here’s a video of Stephen Colbert dressed as Sir Richard Branson vacuuming some sand with a naked lady on his back. Yep, that is all.
This video made by photographer Stephen Mallon (of trains being dumped into the Atlantic fame) shows a time-lapse of the delivery of the Willis Avenue Bridge on July 26, 2010. It looks like Stephen was allowed to place cameras atop of the bridge section during transport on the Hudson River (that’s kinda cool!).
A new book from Gingko Press called STAY HIGH 149 takes a look at the infamous tagger from NYC and how he transformed graffiti in the 70′s to eventually become one of the most prolific graffiti writers in the area. The book details the rise and fall of the writer and his journey into graffiti [...]
I really like this ad for Ariel Stain Remover from BBR Saatchi & Saatchi, Tel Aviv. Man, imagine drinking out of a cup like that!
M&W posted this fascinating look at the design of IBM’s Watson supercomputer “face” by Joshua Davis. It turns out that there is a lot of detail being shown in Watson’s swirling globe and just about every color, line, and glow in Watson’s face translates to a level of confidence in Watson’s spoken answers.