Happy Friday everybody!
Are you ready? I think I’m ready…
» Flickr: Paula Wirth: Vintage Drug Stores
“Hy-Lo Drug Store, Southern California, circa July 1970. Found photos of store displays. A History of Hy-Lo”
Kind of fascinating.
» carnovsky: RGB
“carnovsky is a Milan based artist/designer duo comprised of Francesco Rugi and Silvia Quintanilla”
This is beautiful.
» Scott Hazard: Photo Constructs
Scott Hazard creates a sense of depth and mystery by printing multiple copies of a photo and then tearing “portals” into each successive copy. Really beautiful and intriguing.
Suggested by Laura R.
» Space Is Key 2
Your space bar is the only control. And that’s all I will tell you.
» FastCoDesign: The Miraculous, Magical, Magnificent History Of Beer [Infographic]
[self explanatory / educational]
Have a great weekend everybody!
And of course: Happy Friday!!
Here ya go…
» One Tiny Hand
There’s on in every photo on this site. 🙂
Funny / creepy.
(Note: Some photos potentially nsfw.)
» Bloom: 28,000 Potted Flowers Installed at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center
Artist Anna Schuleit was commissioned to fill the delapidated Massachusetts Mental Health Center before it was demolished.
This is worth a read, the whole thing.
Sent in by Kirsten G.
» Criterion.com: Notes from a Videodrome Test Screening
Also: For the most part, I heart Criterion.
» The Hatchings
TRY not to play this for hours. Just try.
» Cat Scientists Of The 1960’s
Insane. And funny!
I hope it feels like Spring where you are (if Spring is the season where you are.)
Have a great weekend.
Friiiiii [inhale] day!
And here we go…
» Instruments From Inside
The inside of instruments photographed as if they are interior architecture. Really well done.
» Total Film: 50 Most Hated Movies Ever Made
» A Selection of Celebrities Responding to Their Own Internet Memes
This is (in my opinion) great.
Sent in by Ashy.
» Next, Please!
Very addictive. Kind of cute.
Sent in by Sarah C.
» The Hairpin: The Comment Section for Every Article Ever Written About PETA
Have a great (and in my case, unseasonably warm) weekend, Friday people.
Friday again. And in my area it’s beginning to show signs of being spring. Yay!
Let’s get this started…
» Branding Magazine: Honest Ads
Discovered by Kelly S.
Funny / true.
» David Letterman Holding Records
» Retronaut: Street Life in London, 1876
» All Against One
An addictive shooter flash game.
» Pleated Jeans: Guide To Gang Signs
“I have a tiny sandwich” is possibly my favorite.
Have a very Happy Friday, Friday links people!
P.S.: Where I live, Daylight Savings happens on Sunday. Rest up!
Welcome to Friday!
And hello March, how’re you doing?
» Simulant Waves
An art installation that simulates the motions of water waves happening in real time, thousands of miles away.
Really, really cool. I think I would watch this for quite a long time in person. Crazy.
Sent in by Heather D.
» Closer to Van Eyck
Extremely, extremely high-resolution imagery of Van Eyck’s 15th centuryGhent Altarpiece.
How high? It’s apparently 100 billion pixels in size.
» Je suis Winnie l’Ourson
Artist Benjamin Béchet depicts superheroes and other comic characters in a series of down-on-their-luck occupations.
It’s kind of odd. But I like it.
» Super Mario Bros. Crossover 2.0
“Super Mario Bros. Crossover is a fan game that recreates the original Super Mario Bros. and allows you to play it as characters from other games.”
Yes. Yes it certainly does.
Sent in by Ashy.
» Sucks to be Robot
“A series of doodles by Paul Constantakis” of “…a malfunctioning robot with no luck whatsoever.”
Discovered by Bonnie P.
Have a fantastic Friday everybody.