The next time you’re feeling a bit low, listen to Jack Peñate and he’ll cheer you right up. His catchy music puts me in a good mood, as does his dancing.
Connected Ventures‘ office lib dub of Harvey Danger’s “Flagpole Sitta” has been online for a while, so you’ve probably already seen it. (I myself have watched it many times.) But for those of you who haven’t heard about this video, which helped fuel the lip dub craze, prepare yourself for some crazy coordination.
The 69th Street Transfer Bridge in Manhattan’s Riverside Park is my favorite structure in all of New York City. It has such a beautiful silhouette and reminds me a bit of an abandoned treehouse (without the tree).
I like the old Penguin book aesthetic that M.S. Corley used for his proposed cover redesign of the Harry Potter series. All seven covers are posted here.
I came across this little comic strip by Gemma Correll today while looking around Ffffound. It’s so true.
Andrew Clark’s illustrations are fascinating pieces that combine the realistic and the geometric. If you happen to be in London during the first two weeks of October, definitely check out his show. Here is “Mountain” by Andrew Clark:
I love Patrick Moberg’s illustrations. His drawings always make me smile. Here is an illustration he did around the time of the 2008 election:
Make sure to check out Moberg’s New (Media) Workout Plan.
Found via cute_plush. I cannot get over the cuteness of Danielleorama‘s unique, hand-made plushies. You can purchase one at Danielleorama’s Etsy shop or visit her website for information on custom plushies.