Sunday, May 31, 2009


caterpillars are such weirdos! check out this green alien caterpillar from my birthplace the Philippines and the Stinging rose caterpillar

Oculus Yacht By Kevin Schöpfer


i hope this shit has some Harpoon active radar homing missiles and some M230 30mm automatic gun with target acquisition and designation (TADS). just in case im sailing it in somalia and whatnots.

credit:Tangram 3DS for the 3d images used here
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Thursday, May 28, 2009

cute attack!

back to back! flying dogs.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

cute attack!

star wars dude and a squirrel. i dont know how the hell that happened.

GPS Coordinates - 22°11′26.55"N 159°29′53.04"W (Hanalei Bay, Hawaii)

music pill

mp3 player x pill
"The Vitamin is a tiny MP3 player that combines our hobbies of music, gadgets and prescription-strength home pharmaceuticals into one.

Measuring 2.7 inches long and about an inch in diameter, you pull the pill apart to unlock the controls, then twist forward and back to toggle tracks. We're a little confused how volume and 30 channels of FM radio fit into that control scheme, but we won't get too worked up on the technicalities. I mean, it's an MP3 player that looks like a pill. What else do you really need?

Despite the conceptual renderings and unique design, the Vitamin is actually entering production later this year—meaning that you'll be able to buy it from an unknown vendor for an unknown price some time in 2009. "
via gizmodo

Married To The MOB “Lost Summer” Summer 2009 Collection

ladies. go get you some MOB. nothing but freshness from leah and the MOB ladies. Sarah “Sweet 16″ is looking especially dope. props MOB.
more of the collection here

Dash Snow at the Brooklyn Museum

go see his work.

Dash Snow from Brooklyn Museum on Vimeo.

Too-Tight Pants Could Result in Nerve Problems SON

"Too-tight pants could result not only in unsightly muffin top and rippling fabric in the crotch area, but also in a nerve condition called meralgia paresthetica, now seen in increasing numbers among young fit women.

Coupled with stiletto heels, the pressure these jeans put on the femoral cutaneous nerve that runs through the thigh can cause tingling and burning through the leg.

They don't quantify how tight the pants would have to be to achieve this result, but the condition is normally seen in construction workers, pregnant women, and obese people (oh, the irony), not young gym bunnies. Meralgia paresthetica has become known as "tingly thigh syndrome." Explains sufferer Parmeeta Ghoman:

“It felt really strange — it felt like my leg had gone to sleep.”

Luckily the problem is easily remedied in young, fit ladies. All they have to do is wear looser pants and the tingling should subside with no permanent damage. “It is a pure sensory nerve — it doesn’t go to muscles or provide strength. Anything that is tight around there could potentially compress the nerve that goes there,” explains a doctor. Well, this does make the strongest case we've seen for jeggings. And pantslessness, for that matter. But more than those things, the rare pants that allow air between fabric and skin, which we will unflaggingly support."
from NYMAG

i got the fever

scarlett feeever!

Monday, May 25, 2009

cute attack!

hamster tries to eat a pencil!

Disturb Me by The Popcorn Makers

Disturb Me by The Popcorn Makers. A very cool "room screen protection"!
"'Disturb Me' is an interactive installation between human and his environment. It is to make perceptible the reciprocal links and often forgotten contact, that we maintain with our environment.
The projection depends on the sound emitted by the spectators and creates consequently, a transitory and colored environment. The projected forms are revealed when in contact with surfaces of the room.
The senses are awakened, the room becomes alive."

Disturb me - Brussels from Thepopcornmakers on Vimeo.

The Popcorn Makers

DJ Goodwill - Ice Cream Fight

nothing better than an ice cream fight, hot girls, a good dj and SLO MO. werd.

dreeeem on

places id rather be

geek out!

oh awesome, the transformers ravage usb drive!
pre order here


where the wild things are version. yum.

Thursday, May 21, 2009


An image of a thin band of Earth's atmosphere taken from the Space Shuttle Atlantis yesterday

Day ‘n’ Nite in Text [Video]

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

The Supreme's - Come see about me

Monday, May 18, 2009

cheap ass eats

Brooklyn Edition

Perhaps the best Latin American food in the 5 boros is here.

Red Hook Ball Fields, Brooklyn, NY

Sunday, May 17, 2009

where the wild things are

is going to be awesome! so pumped to see spike jonze's adaptation of this. looks spot on.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Lunch Box Tray Transformer

Designer - Soo Kang Lee

Designer - Soo Kang Lee

TidalForce M-750 x2.0 Electric Fold-up Bike

"The TidalForce M-750 x2.0 Electric Bike($4495) was originally developed for military and law enforcement applications and used the DARPA approved Montague Paratrooper folding frame. The Limited Edition x2.0 is built on the last batch of 240 of these original, new M-750 frames. These are being made available to US customers by MATRA in collaboration with EMS. In a Limited Edition of just 240 units, each with the E+ 1000 watt advanced electric propulsion system and upgraded components throughout, EMS and MATRA have created the most powerful, rugged, and best all-around electric bike, the TidalForce M-750 x2.0. It has a top speed of over 30 mph and range on a single charge is 25 - 28 miles, using the electric power only. The E+ 1000 watt propulsion system features 9 forward power modes, 9 resistance (exercise) modes, cruise control, anti-theft. Each of these features along with a speedometer, odometer, and battery state of charge are easily accessible through the EMS advanced LCD display mounted on the bike's handlebar. It can be folded to 3 x 3 ft."

The Last Daydream

directed by Chris Milk

Time Magazine 1940

crazy how stalin made the cover. his purges number more than 9 million dead.

cute attack!

i've seen this trio in nyc before, when i told my friends they thought i was buggin. now i got proof ya ll!

courtesy of the hundreds!

Friday, May 15, 2009

Live Long and Prosper, Kids

Thursday, May 14, 2009

i wish NYC was more like Copenhagen

Copenhagen - City of Cyclists from Colville Andersen on Vimeo.

places i'd rather be

Carts of Darkness

is about bums on the north shore of vancouver. its awesome there, ive been downhill mountain biking in whistler. all they do is chill, and bomb down shopping carts down large ass hills. peep the video.
Murray Siple’s Carts of Darkness

slackers, drink up!

coming in dead mediocre again is the United States. this time in drinking. drink up people, we got some catchin up to do.

fashion ridics

Lady GaGa looking like the goddam planet Saturn. orbiting headpiece designed by Nasir Mazhar on “The Ellen Degeneres Show”. i dont really know if this is ridic or im just not goddam avante garde enough. either way im confused.
here she is looking mad sexy though in the performance

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

everything should be in auto tune

hilarity from the gregory brothers

get yo' drink n dunk on!

fuck man, what an awesome idea. instead of busting out a separate plate for cookies, you can just store some in your cup with built in shelf. i just bought me a set.
buy one from dwell here

reference under cool

Sammy Davis JR.

Monday, May 11, 2009

cute attack!

hammy the hamster


“Know, first, who you are, and then adorn yourself accordingly.” - Epictetus

human teachers will soon be obsolete!

yikes! forget outsourcing to idea, robots are the new threat to the domestic job market!
the robot model Saya teaches a class!

"Saya, can express six basic emotions — surprise, fear, disgust, anger, happiness, sadness — because its rubber skin is being pulled from the back with motors and wiring around the eyes and the mouth."

"The robot SAYA, far right, appears in the lesson at the school in Tokyo's Chiyoda Ward on Thursday. (Photo Courtesy of the Chiyoda Ward Government)
Students at an elementary school in Tokyo recently received a lesson from an unusual visiting teacher -- a humanoid robot.

A total of 61 fifth-year students at Kudan elementary school in Tokyo's Chiyoda Ward took part in the special lesson by android SAYA on Thursday. The robot, designed by Tokyo University of Science professor Hiroshi Kobayashi, has a female appearance. It can move its neck and change its facial expressions, with a total of 30 moving parts, including its eyes and mouth, and can also speak. The robot's name comes from the Malay word for "I."

In the lesson, SAYA, operated by remote control, greeted the students and asked them, "Do you know what kind of robot I am?"

Students were surprised by the robot, saying it looked just like a human. Kobayashi said he hopes it will spur students' interest in science.

"I hope the robot can be used to continue lessons conveying the fun of science and technology," Kobayashi said."

in its previous incarnation Saya was receptionist but has since been promoted to teaching, here she is being super creepy!