May 25th, 2012

Friday! At last! And it’s the last one of May (where did it go?!)

Let’s get it started…

» Cut paper messages by Annie Vought

“I have been working with cut out correspondence for the past four years. I meticulously recreate notes and letters that I have found, written, or received by enlarging the documents onto a new piece of paper and intricately dissecting the negative spaces with an Exact-o knife.”
See also her website.


“We hang disposable cameras everywhere. Some get stolen. Most don’t.”
Pretty cute idea.
Sent along by Laura R.

» Scenes from Brasil

Really beautiful shots taken of this captivating country.

» Housefly

Now that Summer is almost here and all…
This is a neat, discovery-based flash game. I like.
Sent along by Jennidub. (Who is addicted.)

Bonus Link!

» LaughingSquid: Skull Bookshelf Sculptures

My first thought is “don’t… touch… anything…”
Sent along by Kelly S.

Have a great, warm, fantastic Friday.


May 18th, 2012

Friday! Yes!

And where I live: It’s a long weekend! Wooooo! [fist pump].


» Cards Against Humanity

“The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a Black Card, and everyone else answers with their funniest White Card.”
Is it wrong that I kinda want this? Funny!
Sent along by Alison L.

» If children’s drawings were made into toys

Sent along by Zach B.


“Telling the daily minutia of our city, in GIFs.”
Sent in by Sihan S.

» Roar Rampage

A very creative, fun Flash game.

Bonus Link!

» Ayn Randers

By McSweeney’s contributor Megan Amram.
Ayn Rand as advice columnist.

I hope your Friday is ffffffantastic.


May 11th, 2012

Well hello again. It’s Friday!

(Can you believe it?)

» L.A. Weekly: Then And Now

“Images from the same spot as the L.A. riots, 20 years later.”
I know I’m around a week late with this posting but it’s still cool.
Can you believe it’s already been 20 years? (Cue the Red Hot Chili Peppers “Under The Bridge”.)

» Nomerz: Living Wall

These are all done by Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz. Kind of funny.

» Retronaut: Los Angeles, 1860 – 1886

A very cool little find.
I know: two L.A. photo links in one week. Whuhoo!
Sent in by Gina L.

» Nothing’s Gonna Stop Me Now

Remember the TV show “Perfect Strangers”? No? Well this amazing game might help remind you. Or it might be it’s own entertainment all on its own.
Sent in by many subscribers. Crazy.

Bonus Link!

» The Adventures of Mr. Fly


I hope you enjoy your Friday and have a spectacular weekend.


May 4th, 2012

Whuhoo! It’s Friday!

Ready? Ready. Good!

» London Daily Mail: Some of the best photos released by the NYC Dept. of Records

These are great. For more, go visit the full gallery.
Sent in by many subscribers.
I heart New York.

» data.anatomy [civic]

…Being a huge, multi-screen art installation resulting from analysis of the CAD data set of the latest Honda Civic. It’s hosted at Berlin’s Kraftwerk gallery until May 1st. Looks amazing.

» 21 Mind-Blowing Photos Capture the Exact Moment of Impact

…of a bullet.
Kind of beautiful.

» Rambo: Last Blood

Not what you might expect. Keep playing, it gets better. 🙂
Sent in by Gino F.

Bonus Link!

» Descriptive Camera

“The Descriptive Camera works a lot like a regular camera—point it at subject and press the shutter button to capture the scene. However, instead of producing an image, this prototype outputs a text description of the scene.”

Well that was fun!

Enjoy the rest of your Friday, and Happy May!