My dear dear friend, fellow blogger, green beans connoisseur, the list goes on. Here I present this virtual Stella Artois for your birthday. Do drink cautiously (refer to graph). Happy Birthday Harold! Heart, Kumar.
Posts Tagged ‘Lily Piyathaisere’
I can’t stop making animated gifs. Of everything and anything. So I’ve turned it into an experiment. I give myself a time limit of 30 minutes a day to make one. This is numero dos. Who’s with me?….or email me the number to the animated gif helpline.
UPDATE: I’ve started a set on my Flickr so you can see my experiment in full glory. Because posting all of them on A&O would definitely make your eyes bug out. And I adore you too much for that. Enjoy.
Happy Monday folks. You may question my use of “Happy” before “Monday,” as these words seems unrelated. A few reasons why: 1) Barack OBAMA is our new elected president!!! (and yeah, it is appropriate to use three exclamation points on that sentence.) 2) I developed my first roll of film from my Supersampler and it turned out awesome 3) Yes we can. I just started a new set on Flickr, so be sure to check it out.
I added the second addition to my Lomography camera collection yesterday by purchasing the SuperSampler. And I do believe the name “super” is not an understatement. A fellow friend and Lomo obssesser, Lisa, had persuaded me to not buy the Octomat (what I originally wanted) and buy this one. What I love about this one is that there is no viewfinder so what you photograph is a somewhat a surprise. I’ve never been so excited to develop film. It’s like digging into a Cracker Jacks box and getting the plastic parachute man. To be continued…
Heat sensitive ink + a good cause = S.A.D. tees by Keith Hancox. Made for his friend who suffers from seasonal affective disorder (also known as winter depression, is a mood disorder whose sufferers experience normal mental health throughout most of the year, but experience depressive symptoms in the winter) the image of the black cloud over the sun turns transparent when it reaches 32 degrees celsius.
Los Angeles based artist, Kime Buzzelli’s work seduces the viewer into trying to interpret the narrative of each person. You want to know about their lives, who they are, but are often left with an obscure answer. And you can’t deny her fashion-inspired aesthetic. Her artwork will be featured in the the upcoming issue of Flaunt magazine.