March 6th, 2020

Well hello Friday!

This week has been busy. I hope everybody is doing okay.

Here we go…

Yoshihiro Suda’s Intimate, Wood-Carved Flowers

Yoshihiro Suda’s Intimate, Wood-Carved Flowers

“Japanese artist Yoshihiro Suda creates hyper-realistic sculptures of plants and flowers in the tradition of Japanese woodcarving.”

Yes. These are all made from wood.

Incredible work!

h/t: Swiss Miss.

Harold Feinstein: Photographer & Photography Trust

Harold Feinstein: Photographer & Photography Trust

“Harold Feinstein was born in Coney Island in 1931. When he passed away in 2015 the New York Times declared him: ‘One of the most accomplished recorders of the American experience.'”

The images here are fantastic. He wasn’t really “discovered” as a photographer of any note until his much later years.

The site also features a trailer for the documentary “Last Stop Coney Island“.

Is It Canceled Yet?

Is It Canceled Yet?

Created in light of the COVID-19 virus, but also featuring some zingers like “Google Reader” (r.i.p.)

See also: “Who’s staying home because of COVID-19?

Double Dodgers

Double Dodgers

You control a character who is walking down a sidewalk full of obstacles, while simultaneously playing a game on their mobile phone.

I suck at this game, and I consider that to be a good thing.

So happy Friday!

Enjoy your weekend folks. See you in seven days.

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