The Art of Video Games is an exhibit that will be coming to the Smithsonian Art Museum soon. You can currently vote for what games you find visually spectacular or boast innovative design. But seriously, I have to choose one between these three?
Far too difficult…. Cast your own vote here.
I’ve been spending a lot of time browsing Reelizer, a collection of alternative movie posters down by a whole bunch of people I’ve never heard of. One person I plan to keep an eye on is Heath Killen, no relation to Ash.
This is a bit similar to my last post, but I couldn’t resist sharing it. Archive.org has a catalog of bicycle components and accessories that was printed in 1900. I’m not surprised that there is a whole page just for Brooks saddles and they look pretty damn close to what they look like now (page 37.) The real shocker was when I got to page 55 and realized that they were selling acetylene gas lanterns for bicycles. See it all right here. Click your desired file format over on the left, or download the PDF.
Last year I picked up a book at Goodwill called “Architectural Graphic Standards.” It’s one of the best things I’ve ever found at Goodwill. Below is a small portion of the page on pneumatic tubes. More to come soon.
What are your plans when they invent the 650 dollar bill? My plan is to head down to my local Criterion Shop* and pick this up. “Essential Art House: 50 Years of Janus Films” is exactly what it sounds like. It’s basically worth it just for “Jules and Jim.”