Byroglyphics is the Online gallery for UK Digital Artist/Illustrator RUSS MILLS. His work is a hybrid of traditional media and digital imaging, focusing on human idiosyncrasies both physical and emotional resulting in distorted forms both subtle and extreme.
In many ways i find artist like this very interesting and well there is nothing different in this case. Russ Mills is a true artist, i mean there are not a lot of them hard core analog/digital artist out there. Now days everything is made out in photoshop brushes and vectorized illustrator paths. I heard a thing the other day, from a student over at Hyper Island that there are a lot of people in his class, that are HARD CORE ANALOG, yes correct people with absolutely ZERO computer usage but still very creative designers & artists.
Maybe it’s a trend, away of being these days, the more retro you go the bigger hype you build, its like if you have an iPhone (like me) your just a dude trying to be cool, but if you use the 1G iPod your the hypest kid on the block. (I’m gonna pull out my old ipod suffle) thats how cool i can be, maybe try to find an old trucker hat on the attic to.
/Linus Ekenstam – Geek & Nerd
So this is my personal favorite watch right now, the Nixon Murf. It’s available in 6 different appearances and i think i like the brushed metal one more than the others. However the black as seen above next to it, is not that bad either. I have the Retsu IPB and i don’t use it that much, but i would like to if it was a bit bigger, recently i bought my self the Casio classic nerd watch and i can say that its my personal favorite, its light weight and retro, show time digitally and precise.
MOVEMENT: Japanese Direct Drive Quartz With Hours, Minutes And Led Light. CASE: Custom 30 Meter Stainless Steel With Push Button Adjust Screw Crown, Integrated Light Pusher And Full-View Crystal. BAND: Custom Solid Stainless Steel With Butterfly Clasp.
Here are 25 minifig characters and multiple decks of Episode IV goodness. Included in the set are rarities like Stromtrooper-ized Luke and Han, the Dianoga trash compactor monster (!), and various droids (Interrogation Droid, R2-Q5, etc.), this is for geeks and kids. $400
WOW! The Japanese come up with everything. If you love popping bubble wrap and just cant get enough. Well, this is the device for you. Apparently it actually feel’s like real bubble wrap and sounds like it to. Every time you press it 100 times it makes a little noise like a dog barking or a duck quacking.
The Verdict: I WANT ONE!