Thursday, May 14, 2009

Mistabishi | Printer Jam

This video is still awesome! Mistabishi's song is made from mixing together sounds of a printer, which is probably even more awesome than the video, and is out on his album off Hospital Records.

And since it came out in February 2009, it is really not even that old yet.


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Satan's Toyshop

Please parents, don't buy your children toys here.

I Love these Ads

For a British shoe shop, circa 2006 or so.

My friend and a monkey

This is my friend Yuka. Here she is on the set of "Nip/Tuck" with a very special guest star, who seems to be well-schooled in the art of beaming, radiant glamour girl smiles.

Who me?

Hair of the Future

Bird Fancier's Lung?

Actually, you hear of people who attract birds. I have met a few people in my life who claim they constantly have birds swooping down them, crashing into their car windshields, flying into their places of work. And my partner at work has a bonafide bird phobia. We sit outside sometimes to concept and it is funny that birds do seem fly closer to her than anyone else. Does she give off a special pheromone? Or have some body language they read as non-threatening? Very peculiar.

Oh dear

I think I ate the wrong cupcake.


What do you think is more awkward, putting them on, or taking them off?

Let's All Print This Out and Hang It In Our Offices


It's been a while, kids, and for that I apologise. But we're back, and I hearby promise to post 2x a day, unless I get overwhelmed with work, or something like that. But really, two times a day shouldn't be so hard. And just so I don't drown in words trying to live up to my self-imposed mandate, sometimes those two posts will be just a funny photo or thought. Do we have a deal? Good.

And just in case you're wondering, this newfound resurgence of enthusiasm for all things blog-worthy came about a week ago, when I lamented on ichat to my dear friend Cindy that I was feeling a little creatively underwhelmed, both at work and in life. So she sent me about twelve funny photos to get the ball rolling, and I thought, "why not post simple things like this on the blog?" Rather than trying to wear myself out writing clever analysis of the creative events of the world, why not just post things to literally provide a creative shake-up during the day, and leave it at that? And when I feel so inspired, write longer pieces of commentary. So there you have it. A newfound approach that should allow for more frequent, less precious posting.

So let's get on with it!