|See ya. Wouldn't wanna be ya.|
[Note: if this is your image, pls let Da-da know so he can credit you; it was sent to him, with no source.]
If all the people of the world stood on a vast plain facing all the (precious few)
NSA/CIA/Cabal folks of the world, things would change for the better pretty darn quick.
|Thought this was interesting. Vladimir Putin (far left) when he was a KGB agent posing as a family
out for a stroll in Red Square when Reagan was visiting the USSR in 1988. [Via Dream Collective]
|...to bring you the very latest in Xmas chic. Like parenthood, prison can do this to a person.|
(And yes, Da-da was the first person to refer to Martha Stewart as The Marthaman.)
|You may have noticed that Da-da's posts have slowed a bit.|
Chalk that up to kidness and illness, including a flu Da-da calls, "22 Barf Street":
Da-da's boys literally barfed every 20 minutes for 24 hours. Yay.
|Fig. 1: James Bond, ready for his close-up.|
|License to... well, license to something.|
|Did you know: You can read the sun's astro-future via its emerging coronal holes? In the above case, it's a combo of, |
"Winnie the Pooh going to a weenie roast," and Pooh holding out a cellphone so someone can call a snow plow.
Either way, that solar future reads: "Dr. Freud, clean up on aisle nine."
|Or it's a crazy grand vizier chasing... an emergency brake.|
|[All images via This is Colossal]|
For his recent solo show earlier this year at Pippy Houldsworth, Japanese artist Yuken Teruya (previously) transformed the waste products of consumerism—luxury gift bags—into cut paper trees that rise like fragile silhouettes from inside each bag. Via Pippy Houldsworth:
Discussing how Teruya’s bags are made, Megan Ratner explains that he ‘begins with photographs of trees, which he transfers to his computer, superimposing this image on the logo-ed side of a shopping bag. Using the original shape as a guide, he deftly cuts a two-part silhouette – lower branches/trunk and leafy top – folding and twisting the two halves into the interior of the bag, rooting the trunk with a single drop of glue.’
[via This is Colossal]
|Ah, that future Holiday 2.0 smell of... no-smell whatsoever.|
|Just your basic pre-weekend shopping list. In case you can't read Da-da's awesome writing, that says: |
"gin, vermouth, rope, lightsabers, croc, baking parchment, ACT II, sour cream."
Yes, that's a real list, every item a story!
|[via There Is Always a Theory]|
|[via Bristol Street Art]|