March 10th, 2017

You have arrived… at your Friday Links!

Sadly, no bonus link today. Got too slammed.

Here we go! Hiëronymus Bosch Figures Hiëronymus Bosch Figures

Parastone is a pretty old company, and they have many artisans working for them. They decided to make a series of figurines based off of imagery in Bosch’s seminal “The Garden Of Earthly Delights” tryptich. These are fantastic.

Whose Streets? Our Streets! [NYC 1980-2000]

“New York’s streets were turbulent in the 1980s and 1990s, as residents marched, demonstrated, and rioted in response to social changes in their city as well as national and international developments.”

This is an engrossing site promoting several photographers’ works during this time period, and promoting a new book.

Sort of making the rounds.

Signs From The Near Future

“We better get used to them…!”

A tumblr with some wonderfully realized faux-future images of signage we might (!) end up seeing in the coming decades.

The site does not credit an artist, but these are quite well done.


A very, very challenging puzzle game. Use all of the pieces to create the shape. Definitely addictive. Great idea.

Thanks once again for joining me for your weekly dose of Friday Links!

See you again next week.