is it this bad yet? man...
as if you haven't heard enough about it already. read more if you're so inclined...
Thursday, April 30, 2009
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Playing For Change | Song Around The World "Stand By Me" from Concord Music Group on Vimeo.
saw and immediately wanted to post this video from playing for change -- one of those 'feel good' videos with an excellent rendition of "stand by me" played and sung by people all around the world. hope it makes you feel good!
want inspiration? we love love love this site. it's just fun to interact with. we find ourselves doodling with the pencil tool while surfing through this beautiful portfolio. funny thing is, just moving your pencil around the site, while leaving pencil marks, somehow manages to make the site look that much more interesting and "intended." not many sites these days can make you just say, "wow." you HAVE to check it out.
Sunday, April 26, 2009
World Builder from Bruce Branit on Vimeo.
Something to start out your week -- a truly moving piece, both in content and special effects. If you have some time, it will possibly make your day.
Friday, April 24, 2009
yes, you read that right! it's an optometry place that sells frozen yogurt (and other tasty treats). we love the concept! (and it works, i went in for yogurt and came out with a nice pair of eye glasses.) better yet, it's one of our favorite fro-yo places here in the sf bay area. the yogurt is surprisingly very good, the portions are generous, and the green tea mochi toppings have the perfect amount of 'chewy freshness'. hmmm.. i feel like heading over there now...
photograph via yelp
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Sunday, April 19, 2009
we humbly request someone invent a baby holder that simulates a person's arms so that newborns can sleep, and allow parents to sleep as well! some babies just can't "do" the crib. oh, and it has to be safe of course, and provide a little heat, and maybe some rocking? don't ask us, just invent, please.
we humbly request someone invent a "Rubber Necking Screen." This screen is something police or firefighters could put up quickly around an accident (maybe with a printed graphic on the outside saying, "Move along please - Nothing to see here" -- cause seriously, there will be nothing to see). It must then be able to collapse just as quickly after they clear everything up. how much traffic would this ease? ask someone who lives in Los Angeles.