Fractalspin just added some hilarious gifts in time for Valentine’s Day–plush venereal diseases by Giant Microbes. Choose from chlamydia, herpes, and syphilis. If you don’t feel like sharing a disease, there’s also sperm and egg plushies for a more traditional gift.
Frankly, Disney can have Star Wars… Mr. Plinkett’s Star Wars reviews succinctly spell out how terrible the prequels were. PART 2:
I pretty much agree with this, and I like that they use actual demographics statistics, especially in “self-identified geeks.”
Ha! Finally someone is taking bread clips seriously! I made a mixed-media work a while back from bread clips in the theme of Space Invaders, since I’ve been collecting them for quite a while. “Bread Intruders” Here’s the proposal: A publication in this month’s BMJ Case Reports, a peer-reviewed publication of the British Medical Journal, offers a “proposal for phylogenic plastic bag clip classification”. Contributing authors include John Daniel of the Holotypic Occlupanid Research Group (HORG). Proposal for phylogenic classification advances bread clip science
Acrylic on canvas, bread ties. 18″ x 24″. 2010. Liz McLean Knight.