February 25th, 2010
Here’s the second official trailer for the
A Nightmare On Elm Street update coming to theaters April 30th:
Looks promising, doesn’t it?
I have little doubt that Jackie Earle Haley will “kill it” as the new, more gruesome-looking, and less quippy Freddy Krueger, but I do share others’ concerns about the movie being too similar to the original.
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February 18th, 2010
Check out this fun,
Space Invaders-inspired tee by artist Neil Gregory:
A Simple Plan
The T-shirt’s available at
Threadless.com; the wall decal is on sale at blik! (Check out my post here for more on blik.)
February 15th, 2010
Stumbled upon these laughing, frog-like origami creatures by Joseph Wu:
Joseph Wu's Origami Warai
A professional origami artist who hails from Vancouver, Wu calls these amazingly expressive, adorable, little figures Warai, which means “laughter” in Japanese.
Here are a few of my favorites:
A Red Warai Waving Happily
A Green Warai With Open Arms
A Very Happy Blue Warai
More Of These Happy Fellows
To see more of these cute little creatures on Flickr (as well as some of his newer creations and experiments), click
Visit Joseph Wu’s
official site to see more of his amazing work.
February 8th, 2010
Check out this creative tee shirt design I found on threadless.com:
Burger Deconstructed, In Helvetica
It’s by graphic designer David Schwen.
Love the use of color! (And not just because it matches the site so well…)
February 7th, 2010
I haven’t actually seen
Avatar: The Last Airbender, the animated series the film is based on.
One of my friends told me I should check it out. That was a long, long time ago. I fully intend to; just haven’t quite gotten around to it yet.
The trailer looks promising. The elemental effects look pretty cool. Also, I’m really surprised by how faithfully the Chinese martial arts are being represented in the film.