More guitar hero based madness. Nicked from the nice peeps at Saint blog.
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The Mini Diana camera is the smaller counterpart to the King of Lomo camera’s the Diana F+. This fab little camera still has a nice little range of features and has all the quirks you would expect with Lomo cameras. If you want to get your hands on one and win a whole heap of prizes, the nice people at “It’s nice that” have launched a weekly competition so that you can get your hands on one. If you can’t be arsed entering a competition, just buy one here.
Now apparently this muppet was trying to break out of the East London Museum (not one of the famous ones), scared by the alarm that he triggered. The bumbling fool slipped from the tree he was climbing and got impaled on the fence below. The screams of the man echoed around the museum until he was heard by a man driving by who called the police.
The police rushed to the scene and eventually had to cut the 30cm long steel spike from the fence so they can remove him. Naturally, the spike damaged his rectum and intestines, (sounds like a normal night in prison i’d say). Luckily for us, some sicko took pics for us all to see. Check them out here.
The “best page in the universe” is a blog that has a page set up to humiliate children’s drawings. The premise of the site is: I can draw better, spell better, and run faster than your kids. So being that my skills are obviously superior to those of children, I’ve taken the liberty to judge art work done by other kids on the internet. I’ll be assigning a grade A through F for each piece:
Check it here.
If you live in the middle of nowhere and have nothing to do except sleep with your sister, you’re called a redneck. And this is the art of such folk. Aaaahh bless. Check it out here.
If like me, you were a skater in the late 80’s early 90’s. And watching clips of old Bones Brigade or Santa Cruz films on You Tube isn’t fulfilling your appetite for the good ol’ days enough. Check out this site “When we was rad“. It’s like stepping back in time and its amazing how many articles of RAD magazine I have seared into my brain.
James Dawe is a designer/artist and thoroughly nice bloke. It’s just a a shame he’s rubbish at posting a website. It’s only taken about a year, James! Having had the pleasure of working with James a few times in the past, thanks mostly to the nice folks at Village Green you can’t help but wish him all the luck. Undoubtedly a talented person who will go places and seems to be getting quite a bit of press in the blogs at the moment. Well done Mr Dawe, check out his work here.