Pizza, Bea Arthur and Mountains

26 03 2010

Yep, that’s it, just Pizza, Bea Arthur and Moutains. Interesting blog in the vein of Selleck Waterfall Sandwich. Somehow seemed appropriate for a Friday.


A poochstache

25 03 2010

It’s not unusual to show up at Sukle to a gaggle of hairy four-leggeds. Folks like to bring their dogs on occasion to hang w/ us whilst we work away on our favorite clients. They seem to enjoy roaming the premises, and we get much enjoyment having them around. However, I believe we could get a lot more enjoyment from them if they all had rather large handlebar mustaches. Que drum roll: Humunga Stache dog toy.


23 03 2010

As if we didn’t already love the Heads of State, now we want to have their babies. Kidding, but we stumbled across their travel poster series and just love ’em. These guys rock!


23 03 2010

Whoever thought of this: you are my hero. I am about to institute this immediately.

Animals with lightsabres.

17 03 2010

I love it when animals break out their Star Wars skills on each other and unsuspecting, and very deserving, humans. Animals with Lightsabres.

How many billboards project

10 03 2010

Oh leave it to LA to mix the artwork with the advertising, you pioneers, you. The How Many Billboards show is based on the philosophical proposition: art should occupy a visible position in the cacophony of mediated images in the city, and it should do so without merely adding to the visual noise. The thought is that art periodically displace advertisement in the urban environment.

Billboards are a dominant feature of the landscape in Los Angeles. Thousands line the city’s thoroughfares, delivering high-end commercial messages to a repeat audience. Given outdoor advertising’s strong presence in public space, it seems reasonable and exciting to set up the possibility for art to be present in this field. The sudden existence of artistic speech mixed in with commercial speech provides a refreshing change of pace. Commercial messaging tells you to buy; artistic messaging encourages you to look and to think.

The artist’s work will be up until the end of March.

Plate of, well, stuff that looks like food.

9 03 2010

These shots of faux food by David Sykes are really great. I think I’ll be heading out for some fish and chips tonight. Check ’em here.