A post about art... graffiti & cows
Banksy Hits New York's Most Famous Museums (All of them)! I've never heard of this artist before, but after looking through his website he has some humorous ideas and some good stencils. Back to his pieces hung in the museums, the one titled Withus Oragainstus in MoMA reminds me of Dino-Riders, and might give myself a clue why I love turtles so much. Just think of all the gadgets that could be stored in the shell.

Grafedia, developed by an NYU graduate student. Bridging the online and physical worlds, Grafedia are links written on physical surfaces that link to media on the web. There must be some provocotive usage for this idea, but I can't think of one yet nor have I seen it implemented. Wait till guerilla marketers get their hands on this... the system may just die from the impending spam.

Cows, anyone like drawing cows? Cows drawn by famous comic artists, including one by Jim Lee. I've made many of these promises to myself in the past, but I should really try having a drawing exercise for myself. How about a turtle a day? No, a week?
At 4:43 AM, Blogger Jake said...

All of those links were pretty sweet but the best part of this post is that you mentioned dino-riders. I have dino-rider comics in a box in my room but they are in german. When I was little I also had the Brontosaurus with side mounted gun bays and missle lauchers that attached to the neck. It walked to so it was a good target for my tmnt pizza thrower.

At 10:13 AM, Blogger DC said...

The TMNT Pizza Thrower was sooo badass. Those plastic pizzas actually hurt. They sure don't make toys like they used to. Remember the TMNT Airship/Blimp? That was pretty sweet too.


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