Winnebago Man

Winnebago man, DO me a Kindness . . . go watch this documentary.

Jeff Nishinaka’s Paper Sculptures

The stunning elegance of Jeff Nishinakas paper art calls for a new definition of paper. His meticulous sculptural 3D work appears to have been created from marble or extremely fine sand or vanilla ice cream or thick foam definitely of something other than just paper. The Los Angeles-born artist works mainly with white, which makes the exquisite play of light and shadow a large part of the appeal of his work. Via

Nicolai Howalt

“Car Crash Studies” by Nicolai Howalt


Very simple, and very cool. Lo Fi video experiments –

Blockhead, “The Music Scene”

“An animated mind melt into a post human New York where TV and animals rule” Illustrated and directed by A.F.Schepperd. Crazy.


Versions is a visual essay by Oliver Laric, investigating the re-appropriation and manipulation of images in our culture. Via

Chicago’s Triple Lightning Strike!

For all you Chicagoans that survived our crazy storm wednesday, here’s a pretty awesome view of the action, captured by Craig Shimala.

Kubrik vs Scorcese

Snoop Dogg, “Oh Sookie”

CL members Digital Kitchen hooked up with The Yard for this funny Snoop video promoting HBO’s 3rd season of True Blood.

Girl Talk – Disected

Strangely addictive site: “This page lets you play Feed The Animals by Girl Talk, an album made up entirely of samples from other music. To the right of the track list, theres a list of which songs are being played, as theyre played, using the list compiled by”

Ommwriter (a simple text editor)

“Ommwriter is a humble attempt to recapture what technology has snatched away from us today: our capacity to concentrate.

Ommwriter is a simple text processor that firmly believes in making writing a pleasure once again, vindicating the close relationship between writer and paper. The more intimate the relation, the smoother the flow of inspiration.”

A great idea, executed beautifully – download it for free

Mike Burdon Photography

“I have always been a keen observer of the world around me and the detail which it provides. I have found photography to be my window for expression, to allow me to convey thoughts and ideas through images. Having skydiving as part of my life has taught me important photographic knowledge, and allows me to have an unusual amount of creative freedom while shooting.” Mike Burdon