“This is what happens when Grandma skips her medication!”
“This project was a collaboration with Angelo, an incarcerated artist. He illustrated many incredible inventions made by prisoners to fill needs that the restrictive environment of the prison tries to suppress. The inventions cover everything from homemade sex dolls, condoms, salt and pepper shakers to chess sets. We collaborated on this project with Angelo for over two years. We had many additional collaborators who made a book, exhibition of re-created inventions and a prison cell possible. This page offers an overview of the project thus far.“
a cigarette lighter – there are larger readable images on site and photos of all the stuff
More of the internet widget category that I have been posting about recently.
largest dot three times, and so on.The dots are arranged to trigger notes on a chromatic scale when they pass the line”
There are 20 variations of this with harmonic and chromatic scales and others all generated together with the use of a graphic.
According to the Cambridge dictionary a fractal is “a complicated irregular line or pattern in mathematics built from simple repeated shapes that are reduced in size every time they are repeated”
These are animated ones….
Interactive kaleidoscope widget.
Nice bit of interactive Shockwave Flash.
Page on the Playboy site which describes and illustrates how women’s breasts have been portrayed in all the decades since the 1950s.
Apparently around the time of the Cuban missile crisis boobs started to look like missiles themselves…
“If you watch enough television shows and movies, then you might even start to notice that a bunch of the same props are used over and over again. I first noticed this with a magazine prop in various television shows including Married With Children, which featured a gum advertisement on the back cover. Someone on Reddit recently put together a compilation of photos from various television shows, commercials and movies, showing how one newspaper prop gets
around and is reused, and reused again.”
Company logos with hidden meanings embedded in them.
many people believe that Pac-Man is behind the LG logo here
When I lived in Vancouver I had a job related to the lottery. There are people around who are hopelessly addicted to lottery, even though many of them are aware that the odds of getting lucky are ridiculously remote.
Awesome pictures of the fateful day – many reproduced in colour.
Sorry, was not able to post a preview example of these but follow the link above to see the collection
Channel-hoppers paradise. Click the screen to change to another random channel…
For our cousins in the USA – tongue-in-cheek clip taking the mick out of the US Government.
Photos taken during the early years of the last century digitally redone in glorious technicolour.
Often the best part of a sports match is the bit when a streaker decides to liven up the proceedings. It doesn’t happen very often these days but it has happened often enough that someone has been able to create this page dedicated to the streakers.
According to Wikipedia acronyms are ‘abbreviations that are formed using the initial components in a phrase or name.’
Find various acronyms related to your own make of car…
- Bimbette Murder Weapon
- Big Money Wasted
- Brings Me Women
- Beyond My Wages
- Beautiful Models Wanted
- Bavarian Manure Wagon
“Li Wei’s impossible photography art.”
Pictures that appear to defy the law of gravity. Photoshopped, yes but great effects.
Owners of these boats were probably Captain Pugwash fans…
“With the click of a shutter sometimes we become privy to the strange world that occurs between the seconds.”
More in the same vein to the ‘Photos taken at exactly the right moment’ posts.
A collection of baby turtle pictures from around the web.
A very useful page this – looks like I’ll need to give this one closer inspection. The categories are:
- handling emergencies
- medical myths
- military know-how
- primitive skills
- surviving extremes
- teach your kids
- master key workshop tools