Monday, May 31, 2010
Monday, May 24, 2010
Tom Hill has created a whole slew of horse-shoe animals, from horses to hounds. I think my favorite may be his hedgehog. Unfortunately, his own website appears to have disappeared since this post first went up, but here is a link to a site that has a good selection of images. LINK
Friday, May 21, 2010
Her UK neighbors call her the "bottle Banksy" because she "borrows" empty milk bottles from their doorsteps before returning them with elaborate etchings. For those who don't remember, milk used to be home delivered here in the states too. See more of her glass work at the Funlok site. LINK
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Some folks have figured out that the automated postal sorters don't need a full stamp in order to determine if the proper postage has been applied, that they work according to color. So even if you cut the stamp up into tiny pieces and reapply it to the envelope, it may still make it through the system!
Check out some of the fantastic results by Kim Rugg though I'm not sure if these went through the mail. LINK
And some others that did by John Spurgeon. LINK
Labels: illustration :: collage
Sunday, May 16, 2010
The story goes that Mark Hogancamp was the victim of a beating outside a bar, putting him in a coma and causing brain damage. While recovering he created his own physical therapy in building a 1/6th scale World War II-era town in his back yard called Marwencol.
His website of photos of the miniature world tells mini-stories of what happens in the town, complete with blood and guts and a love story here and there. LINK
Labels: human expression