Thursday, December 30, 2010

Can't sleep, 'cuz my div's on fire

Still trying to understand jquery. Here's a new page to play with: INSOMNIA

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Pick Comb

From a really weird dream I had last night.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Sphere 2 and Dogs

edit: also this:

Don't question it

Thursday, December 16, 2010


Inspired by a post on Boing Boing.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

New html

Browser Surrealism

edit: a simple but cool remix by frakbuddy.

Monday, December 13, 2010

2 new pages

2010 Misc Images, page 5


For those who are confused by the second link, let me help this much: the I Don't Get It guy is the man on the left side of the page. He doesn't get it.

Martian Sculpture

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Zuckerberg Nose

Edit: tweaked the nose a bit, for the curious.

Friday, December 10, 2010


I have a short GIF up at the tumblr cubezzzzzz, a new project run by internet friend maryrachel. You may have seen some of her work in the Human Kibble Catalog; we missed meeting each other by about five minutes at IRL back in October. Definitely go through all of the cubes, she's making and collecting some solid work.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

One more, why not: LRI

Footage from Ryder and Scott's Photobooth back at IRL, backwards and looping. Been meaning to put this up for a while.

Ace of Pentacles

So last night, I played a bit of a game with members of I named people speaking in the chatroom, drew from a Tarot card deck, and webcammed myself holding the card. I then stated the name of the card, and the popular interpretation. This provoked responses from confusion to excitement and even fear in some of the members.

I'm not a believer in magic, but I do hold strongly to the idea that when presented with an ambiguous symbol, people tend to give it meaning. I picked up the deck several years ago for an art project; it's not uncommon for "creative types" to go after redesigning a standardized set of 72 illustrations (and lose interest). The challenge is to illustrate without letting your biases show, keeping possible interpretations open for each card.

I'm also a decent cold reader when it comes to Tarot. It can be fun to see how far you can probe without letting your target know, kind of like the board game Operation. A talented cold reader has a strong memory and a quick wit, and can salvage any failed attempt at meaning. Blogging and making images both remind me of cold reading to some extent. There's a lot of probing and failed attempts before people start talking about the content, and it's the work that hits home that people remember.

Léger Study

So I'm reading through this essay right now on absurdism, and the author leaves this footnote on art:
It is curious to note that the most intellectual kind of painting, the one that tries to reduce reality to its essential elements, is ultimately but a visual delight. All it has kept of the world is its color. (This is apparent particularly in Léger.)

I'm probably doing the man a great disservice here, but I think there's something to be said for form as well.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010


Video loop made from 147 mobile uploads on Jeanette's Facebook page.

Collective Consciousness


Erik Stinson - Towards a New Theory of Creativity

What the hell, zeitgeist. WTH.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Srs bsns

If I were to sell posters of my vector art at reasonable cost, would you buy one?
Yes No   

If you have related strong opinions, post 'em in the comments.

Bond Reboot

A picture I made for a project by dump friend AGT528.

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Morning Sketch

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Wednesday, December 1, 2010


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