Friday, December 30, 2011

december rainbow

wtf with this midwestern weirdo weather

oh yeah, and have a happy new year brothers and sisters

Thursday, December 22, 2011

WWASH Is Tonight (exclamation points!)

Happy winter solstice!

WWASH #7 (winter solstice edition) is tonight, December 22, 6pm at Yia Yia's — 1423 O Street, Lincoln, Nebraska.

The Bolzen Beer Band will be playing live music, and the friendly staff at Yia Yia's will be making your pizza and pouring your beverages, and Screen Ink. will be screening WWASH T-Shirts, live and in color.

Everyone is welcome.
Just show up and enjoy.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011


Legos are fun. The smaller models look challenging to me because each part matters more.


Monday, December 19, 2011

don't you want a body?

Weekly Link Round-Up

The Eames documentary is on PBS American Masters tonight.

Listen to the new Sleigh Bells single.
Awesome minimalist shelves. You could probably DIY these.
The description of this video is amazing.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Weekly Link Round-Up

Tangerine Tango is Pantone's color of the year. has a new episode with Elizabeth Weinberg.
Ryan McGinley's best shot with The Guardian.
Facebook's "Other" tab under messages is hiding a lot of stuff.
The Smithsonian has a tumblr now. Via: Coudal.
Dallas Clayton has a new book. Read it online for free.

New art

In the lobby


Friday, December 09, 2011

Thursday, December 08, 2011

Wednesday, December 07, 2011

99% invisible

A great "tiny radio show"



Monday, December 05, 2011

Weekly Link Round-Up

Brixton has photos from Raymond Pettibon's show at Regen Projects II.
Steve Jobs' vision of the world in 46 seconds. Via: What Consumes Me.
Scale Models of Neglected Buildings Made From Photographs. Via: Man Made DIY.
Audubon's Birds of America online. Via: Coudal.
Mondoblogo's first post form Design Miami.
Oh, Pioneer! has a nice mix tape called Good Winter.

Thursday, December 01, 2011

This excerpt from the upcoming documentary film, Heartland, features a letter written by eight-year-old Joplin native, Emma Jasperson. She and her family survived the May 22nd EF-5 tornado in the closet of their home. This footage was captured in the Spring of 2011 along with the interviews of 10 Joplin families. Their stories are coming in 2012. Directed by: Erica Tremblay Produced by: Erica Tremblay and Bernard Parham Director of Photography: Bodie Scott-Orman Producer: Paddy Wilkins Voiced By: Adeline Wilkins Music By: Denver Dalley Associate Producers: Scott Moretti and Rachel Johnston *Teaser Trailer edited by Paddy Wilkins