Wednesday, March 28, 2012

A Pithy City

Faking bird's eye perspective ... maybe the bird had a deformed eye or something. Anyway, this fish-eye effect is harder to replicate manually than one might think.

Thursday, March 22, 2012


The australopithecine that could? Or did? Or would?

Shocking new evidence reveals that australopithecines probably turned into zombies and ate all the other proto-humans. True story.

Zombie Saurian

Gnn ... nobby bits ... gnnnn.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

The vicious spotty nibblebeast

The mighty felinoid predator of the sapient nuts of Potzingblingerdammswald is commonly called the nibblebeast. Actually, this is the common nibblebeast, or Nibbelinus plebejus, and not the popular royal dragon, Nibbelinus draculinii, popularised in the classical novel by Arthur of Penthriftlingen, The Paining of the Gru.

Life is Red

Actually it isn't, but the definition of life remains hard to pin down.

Monday, March 12, 2012

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

School of Arguments

In live conversation you can usually keep a discussion more or less on track, since the reaction time is very short and you have access to myriad non-verbal cues. On the internets discussion degrades into repetition of arguments, positions and opinions that have nothing to do with the topic so regularly, that it's quite amazing.

A laboratory of our need for physical proximity in order to transfer meaning between individuals.

Monday, March 5, 2012

Scorpion munkee

Ach, I've been stolen away by things and been remiss :) here's a scorpion monkee by way of apology.

I have this idea that I might do a series of mock socialist posters in a pseudo-futurist style. There's just something so exciting about them.