Thursday, March 18, 2010

My Tiny Chicken Army

I can't be the only one who finds these things creepy, surely.
Look at them. With their EYES!

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Ricky Swallow

 I know that I, personally, would like to have skeletal arms on my wall. However I'd probably end up using them as coat racks, which I don't think the artist, Ricky Swallow, had in mind.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Venn Diagram of the Dead

Had this saved on my hard drive for awhile now.
If you know who it belongs to give me a heads up.

Friday, March 12, 2010

Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na, BATRING!

I was going to write something really intelligent for this post but then I found these and they're much more interesting than anything I have to say. Also prettier.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Putting The Fun In

Took this on the weekend. Also got some nice shots of the funeral parlour, hopefully I'll get to upload them sometime this week.

Putting The Fun In

Monday, March 8, 2010


Looking for some nice x-rays of horrific injuries? Check out radiologist Surfactant's flickr stream, which includes gunshot wounds, things where they really don't belong (shotglass, anyone?), and my personal favourite, Hand Trauma, which you see above, where a homemade explosive exploded before it was thrown.
There's also some neat pictures of shells and other objects that are worth checking out.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Meet Google

From Wednesday night's episode of Hungry Beast.
Australian people with TVs (and who also watch ABC) might have seen the show before.
It's a bit of a news/current affairs show, with a few comedy sketches thrown in for good measure.
My favourite part has to be the Beast Files, which you can watch above, where they make pretty pictures out of occasionally scary facts.
Ten points if you can guess the shape they're making before they've zoomed out.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Gustav Doré

An illustrator from the 1800's, Gustav Doré used painting, engraving and drawing to illustrate a myriad of works, with the prettiest (in my opinion) being those from The Raven (above), Paradise Lost (bottom right) and The Divine Comedy (bottom left).

These are really worth viewing larger, the detail is amazing.
View a gallery of his art here.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Logic by Operator Please

Australians will know of Operator Please, even if just for their irritating single 'Just A Song About Ping Pong', and England/Europe might know them for the infinitely better 'Get What You Want', but I think most of you will have no idea who they are.
The band members are only a few years older than I am, which always tends to make you wonder why you haven't played Leeds and Reading Festival yet, if they have.
Anyway, this is the first single from their second album, and pretty awesome. The projection effects look like something that'd be interesting to try out as well.