Danger Radio – Punch Your Lights Out
bring it back boys!
bring it back boys!
Last night, I stood in front of THE Kenny Choi of Daphne Loves Derby hahah my crush as a fifteen year old was standing right in front of me [singing to me.] hilaricakes. He has aged well… uh within four years.
Keke Palmer in Matthew Williamson – I think she wears this okay… It’s not my favorite though
Taraji P. Henson in Roberto Cavalli – Do NOT like this print.
When I was younger, I had visions of an artist drawing with pencils or painting with a brush. Of course they came in other forms but growing up around my artist father, this is what I saw. These days, the definition of an artist are found in the most unusual places. Maybe a lite-bright, a magnadoodle, an etch-a-sketch or… the iPhone.
Artist Jorge Colombo created the above “masterpiece,” by using the “Brushes” application on his iPhone. The drawing app costs $4.95 and within an hour he designed this cover of Times Square by finger painting. Now it is the cover for the June 1st issue of The New Yorker. Not many people are able to land this cover easily, but oddly enough Jorge was able to using just his phone.
Dan – I-don’t-know-his-name decided to twist up the original Project 365 by including Legos! I’ve only seen just the front page, but I’m almost considering going through the entire set. The guy loves Legos and photography so much that he wanted to take a picture everyday including them.
I love this. He’s almost done w/ the project too!
Comedian Will Ferrell is working with the organization “Cancer For College,” by producing three a 3-product line of sunscreen lotions. All proceeds will go to their organization.
Industrial designers Shane Blomberg, John Healy and Andrew Reeves are the people behind Pop’s Stache. Used as drink identifiers, they’re main purpose is just to give people a good laugh.
The other day I found this Tumblr dedicated to only Post-Its. I didn’t know if it was a story, if they were sent it from various people etc but I still read through the pages anyways. I love Post-Its.
It’s actually funny how much this topic will come up in conversation. Do you believe it? True/False?
This really doesn’t upset me. It’s weird though that more people I go to school with know about my blog than my actual friends at home.