Posts Tagged ‘graphics’

The .Gif Friday Post No.336 – 10 Graphic Digits, The Otter Song & Stockholm Stereograph

Friday, 20 June 2014

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Otters Piano

Stockholm Stereograph

[Found here, here and here. I cobbled and stitched the first one together because it deserved to be cobbled and stitched together.]

Me Mum, Ironing With Me Dog Spot

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Ironing With A Pet

[Found here.]


Thursday, 9 May 2013


[Found here.]

The Friday .Gif Post No.268 – Ape Ape, Beauty & Beasts

Friday, 22 February 2013

Ape Ape



[Found here, here and here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No.266 – Brewing Coffee, Snail Slurping & Moron Mobile

Friday, 8 February 2013


Snail Slurp


[Found here, here and here.]

I Don’t Know What It Means, But I Like It.

Monday, 26 November 2012

[Found here.]

How to Make a HellaBurger

Monday, 12 November 2012

[Found here. Click on the image for full size resolution.]

B&W Makeup

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Alexander Khokhlov is a Russian photographer who loves to use the human face as his canvas for creating graphic, black and white face painting with makeup. From the WiFi icon to the pop icon Mickey Mouse or a QRcode across his model’s faces, Khokhlov’s project is quite interesting. Rather than relying on canvas, paper, or any other synthetic material, Khokhlov relies on the beauty and lines of the feminine face to form this project, entitled Weird Beauty.

[Found here.]

La Faune De Mars

Monday, 26 March 2012

Jean Henri Gaston Giraud “Mœbius“- 8 May 1938-10 March 2012

[Found here.]

Weather Forecast For The New Year

Monday, 2 January 2012

[Found here.]
I’m a pessimistic optimist, in that I expect the worst, and if the worst doesn’t come to pass, it’s gravy. This new year has the potential to be just as bad economically as 2011, but I have hope.

Trouble is, hope don’t feed the bulldog, so we’re forced to hunker down until the storm passes. There’s a small patch of blue sky on the economic horizon that suggests the worst may be over. Don’t bet on it clearing until after November when the political pendulum begins its slow return to normalcy, providing plenty of gravy and mixed metaphors for all.

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