Monday, December 27, 2010

Yearly Link Round-Up

These are only a few of my favorite links from 2010's Weekly Link Round-Ups.
David Hockney from Paris Vogue 1985. is making all kinds of interesting data available on
Mint Data.
Ravaged Landscape by photographer David T Hanson.
Asia's gnarly wildlife trade. Photos. Article.
Hugh Holland's 70's LA skate photos are amazing. There's a book too.
What your
2009 Federal taxes paid for. Via: What Consumes Me.
Human Landscapes in South Florida.
Puppet Making with Jim Henson.
Slideshow of artwork made by Gitmo prisoners.
SuperBetter is a game that makes you well.
Sun burns paper in long exposures
Lil John's take on the Sesame Street theme song.

Jeremyville's Public Service Announcements are great.

The Black Hole is the best 2 min short film I can remember seeing. Via: Open Culture.

Something Else by Rick Moranis in the NY Times. Via: Monoscope.

Frank Chimero on how to have an idea.

The Big Picture kills it with this Animals in the News set.

Mondoblogo has photos of Marc Newsome's Transport show at Gagosian..
NY Times has a narrated slideshow on capturing the atom bomb on film.
MREs from armies across the globe.
Screw Key = Genius idea. Via: Chris Glass.
Fortune's Trader Joe's article offers some interesting insights
Dan Tobin Smith's Uppercase photos plus video. Via: Coudal.
Ron van der Ende wall mounted sculptures. Via: Lotus Modern.
OK Cupid on how to make the best profile picture.
Seized items from international air mail.
Loving the illustration work of Wayne Brazinka. Interview too.
Photoshop action for sick vintage photo feel.
Pin-up reference photos and the final project.
YouTube URL secrets. very handy.
Taschen made a flipbook from the limited edition Dennis Hopper: Photographs 1961-1967
Jaff Canham's birdhouses.
Industrial Scars has a good portfolio on natural gas fracking.
Wired looks at the Polaroid archive.
Stump prints by Bryan Nash Gill via: Monoscope.
The SF Dump has an artist residency program.
The Beetle Cam Project. Via: The Wife.
Photos and video from Joel Sartore's new book Rare.
MediaStorm's Final Cut Pro resource list.
Popular Science entire 137 year archive is now online.
Watch all but one of the Academy Award nominated Animated Shorts. Via: Brendan
Noktor is a new f0.95 lens.
See a few piece form Polaroid's collection here.
A 30 minute Geoff McFetridge lecture. Via: The Wife
Artist Michael Johansson must be good at Tetris
Four big myths of profile pictures. Via: Coudal

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