Some more tiles this week, but this time Lego! I had a go at re-designing lego.com a little while ago, totally bombed in the pitch though. It turns out they’re all sick of the sight of lego and I’d built the whole site out of those little studs… Anyhow on the upside I made all these lego tiles which you can now download for you desktop if you wish. There’s red, white, black, yellow & green, enjoy.
I really liked my lego website made out of lego, below is a screen grab of what it was like (click for larger):
Happy Halloween everyone. Check out these Shaun of the Dead action figures for scary! Those faces are way too detailed, and what’s Ed going to do with that hand…? You can buy Shaun and Ed here.
Wow I love pencils, but not as much as Bob Truby apparently. Check out his fascinating collection at Brand Name Pencils.
Rapunzel’s Delight is home to some freakishy long hair action. It’s odd and impressive in equal amounts.
If moustaches, comb overs and stockings are your thing, then Retro Sexy Flickr set is the place for you.
Via Geisha Asobi.
I’m a bit late at posting this… but tomorrow night, Halloween 31st Oct, it’s ClubPub’s Thriller Killer! ClubPub is a quarterly night POKE put on for friends, colleagues and randoms to get dressed up and hammered.
From 7ish to late at The Electricity Showrooms, 39A Hoxton Square (near 333/Mother Bar just by Old St./Hoxton St.)
Josh Keyes paints odd juxtapositions of urban-ness and nature, it’s surreal and beautiful.
If you have a spare sec please vote for my latest Threadless t-shirt submission.
The Superest is bloody good. I blogged a while back about this great superhero doodling game called My Team, Your Team, now Kevin Cornell and Matthew Sutter have gone and built this amazing site to showcase their ongoing quest to find the superest hero of all.
The rules are simple:
Player 1 draws a character with a power. Player 2 then draws a character whose power cancels the power of that previous character. Repeat.
I shall be checking it daily from now on.