Archive for the Photography Category

50 Of The Coolest Toilet Signs

Posted in Photography on Wednesday August 1, 2007 by andtheivy

And just like that, I’m back.

I actually JUST saw this one last weekend in San Francisco.  Go figure.

59 Of The Coolest Toilet Signs Around The World.

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Pencil Sculptures

Posted in Photography on Sunday December 10, 2006 by andtheivy

Very cool pencil art by by Jennifer Maestre.
Please check out the others. Link



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Elf Yourself

Posted in Gadgets, Photography, With A Twist on Thursday December 7, 2006 by andtheivy

One of the greatest websites of ALL TIME. Do you LOVE the movie “Elf” like I do? Do you love Christmas like I do? Do you love being able to record your voice on the internet and insert pictures of yourself into other characters like I do? Then I think you will agree with me.

Elf yourself

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Cool Body Painting

Posted in Photography, Wicked Funny Pictures on Saturday November 18, 2006 by andtheivy

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Pictures of Souvenirs

Posted in Photography on Friday November 10, 2006 by andtheivy

These are random, but cool.  Maybe some day I’ll do this.  When I start traveling, that is.  And when I start collecting souvenirs.  And when I get a camera.  Basically, when I get a little more interesting.

souvenirs – a photoset on Flickr

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Red Bull Art of the Can.

Posted in Photography on Friday November 10, 2006 by andtheivy

Red Bull Art of the Can is a nationwide art competition where people send in their sculpture, picture, model, mobile, whatever … as long as it uses Red Bull’s shiny blue/silver cans.

Official Site [Flash] | Photo Gallery
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Zero Gravity-Compliant Fashion

Posted in News, Photography on Friday November 10, 2006 by andtheivy

What we all need, I think.

“Project Runway, indeed! The University of Tokyo recently hosted a spacewear fashion show with couture designed for weightless environments. You know how some raincoats are reversible, so you look as good in dry weather as you do in rain? So here, clothes must be directionally reversible, and look just as good up as they do down.

“The show was held by Rocketplane Kistler — a US company that plans to begin offering space tours in two years — and a group of Japanese fashion designers, as part of the Hyper Space Couture Design Contest. Winners of the contest, which is organized by Tokyo-based fashion designer Eri Matsui with the support of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and many others, will help design the clothes for use on Rocketplane’s space tourism flights set to begin in 2008.

“The 11 garments appearing in the show were selected from over 880 designs submitted by college students. The clothes incorporate a variety of features designed for zero gravity, such as ruffles that expand under weightless conditions or small air-jet propulsion systems in the sleeves to help you change direction while floating.”

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