My artist/designer friend Jonathan Koshi made a series of exquisite letterpress prints of Mario, Ultraman, and other characters reimagined as calaveras (sugar skulls)! The signed, limited edition 12″x12″ prints are available for sale just in time for Dia de los Muertos from Koshi’s web shop.
“The Mechanics of History” by Yoann Bourgeois is a marvellously simple idea perfectly executed: acrobats climb stairs around a revolving trampoline, falling languidly from the stairs in rhythm. Here it is in daylight: Below is an earlier exploration of the theme titled “Fugue/Trampoline”: Accompanied by Philip Glass’s moody “Metamorphosis Two” performed by Brisa on the […]
This flowchart will help you decide. (Previously)
CWilock, tired of people who make use of others’ artwork without permission, made this enamel pin to celebrate the best response to entitlement of the relentless quality that artists must deal with online. (Saying “no”, as the addictive Twitter account @forexposure chronicles, often invites a stream of bigoted abuse.) It’s not for sale just yet, […]
Grabbing color samples from a screen is easy enough — all you need is a screenshot and digital color meter. But colors out in the world don’t always translate perfectly in photos. That’s why we are now offering the Nix Mini Color Sensor in the Boing Boing Store. The Nix is a handheld spheroid that […]
The Paww WaveSound 3’s keep your music from getting lost in loud environments through elite noise-cancelation, and they’re currently available in the Boing Boing Store. These headphones are designed to create an ideal listening experience, whether you’re enjoying music at your desk or trying to enjoy a quiet podcast on a noisy flight. Their CSR chipset […]