Mark Frauenfelder at 2:31 pm Mon, Dec 19, 2011
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It looks like a va jay jay!
This so objectifies little-tufts-o-grass! what if this had been a street-banana? you-all’d “just look at it”, i suppose. pfff…. you and your “art” disgust me.
Post pic is by my friend, Sandrine Boulet. Wonderful artist and all around good person.
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That’s really odd.
This one here is my 2001 Webby Acceptance speech, verbatim. (you’re only allowed 5 words) http://www.streetartutopia.com/?p=5982As seen in the NYT, which was pretty nifty too. http://www.nytimes.com/2001/07/20/technology/20WEBB.html
Thanks for the link. After a lousy cold winter Monday, this really brightened my evening. :)
every time I see this, I can’t help but to crack a smile!
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Ritholtz says: "So much for the Gingrich juggernaut . . . on Intrade, his Iowa polling data is falling off of a cliff."
[Video Link] Alex Pearson made a video to show how he drew his latest print, inspired by the 1958 Jacques Tati film Mon Oncle.
Title: "A Ride Through Town"
Illustrator: Alex Pearson / Familytree
Printer: Kangaroo Press
3 color screen print on French 110# Smart White Paper
Size: 18" x 24"
Edition of 100
In 1950, as part of promoting a new exhibit on space exploration, the Hayden Planetarium in New York City put out the word that it was accepting applications from would-be space tourists.
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