Showing posts with label Art. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Art. Show all posts

Monday, December 8, 2014

Modern Prison

And we do it to ourselves...

Sunday, June 8, 2014


A wooden motorcycle at the Museum of Appalachia. Pretty amazing work.

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Friday, April 5, 2013

Tube Radio

LA3ZA What's this? a London tube map, a piece of art, a radio? Just got to have one!…

Name: Sverre Holm, LA3ZA
Location: Asker (Oslo), Norway
Bio: Radio Amateur almost licensed about 1970, then finally in 2001: DX, electronics, casual contesting, LDE, QRP, audio. Husband, father of 4, also @HolmSverre
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Sunday, January 15, 2012


Looks like the Tube map... Flickr set here.

Created by Cameron Booth

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Gary Varvel - Cartoons/Social Commentary

I got one of those e-mails that makes the rounds with "funny" stuff in it. One of the cartoons (see below) did jump out at me, so I tracked the creator down - Gary Varvel. (A minor complaint - I couldn't find an RSS feed for his updates, so I had to follow him on Twitter.) Also, I couldn't find this particular image on his site or anywhere else, so no direct linky. Lots of good stuff from him, so be prepared to spend at least a few minutes browsing around.

Well, before I posted this, I did find an RSS feed for him at I'm going to watch the feed and Twitter to make sure they have the same content.

Monday, April 25, 2011

Stream of Consciousness Art Discovery

I saw the Mario images below on ENDO and that lead me to Fro Design Co. Fro has a lot of great stuff on his site - especially some Lost themes and the fake business cards from TV, movies, etc.

That reminded me of the Samurai Pac-Man that I had seen in the past. (I may have found that on ENDO, too.) A quick google search lead me to the Pop Monkey blog where I found the Pac-Man image. Turns out that Pop Monkey has become Beast Pop.

Ultimately, that led to this gem... ZOBAMA!

When I win the lottery and build my ultimate man cave, I will plaster the walls with these sorts of prints.