Friday, March 11, 2011

Bad Questions For Yahoo Answers


Bad Questions For Yahoo Answers is a funny blog for those who believe there's no such thing as a bad question. Yahoo Answers is Yahoo's forum for reader submitted and answered questions on a wide variety of topics. Anyone can submit or answer a question.

99% of these questions are stupid. 98% are hilarious. All questions and answers at Bad Questions For Yahoo Answers are taken directly from Yahoo Answers.

Submit your question to badquestions@gmail.com

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Matt Cutts: Gadgets, Google, and SEO

Matt Cutts: Gadgets, Google, and SEO is a personal blog of Matt Cutts. He is well known in the SEO community for enforcing the Google Webmaster Guidelines and cracking down on link spam. Cutts also advises the public on how to get better website visibility in Google as well as webmaster issues in general, and is generally an outspoken and public face of Google.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

BICYCLE COMIC JOKES

BICYCLE COMIC JOKES - It all started with... 4200 miles of fun ride across America with Willy's bicycle from New York to Los Angeles as part of the “We like bike 42” group that he tells: It was a great ride!!! From this trip he created "Willy Go", a cartoon character and his everyday biker's life.

By the way, you can send your Thoughts , Jokes or Ideas and Willy will make them into a comic strip.

Here are a few of his new comics:

The New Ramp

The Wedding

The Trip

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Chicken Nugget Lemon Tooty

The blogging Z-Kids are Isaac, Grace, Lily and Elijah. Chicken Nugget Lemon Tooty is a place to share drawings - a mere sampling from the mountains of art they produce.


Look At This...


Look At This... - A healthy dose of photography, games, star wars, funny stuff, comics, TV, films, internet, animals , beer, computer, wallpapers, soundboards and war links, but not limited to them subjects. Check it out, you might enjoy it.

Friday, March 4, 2011

Crummy Church Signs


Crummy Church Signs is posting daily funny church signs from everywhere, some are submited by the readers. Check out a few funny signs from them:

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Awkward friendships


Awkward friendships - Daily cute, beautiful and funny pictures about animal friendships examples: cat & snail, bird & turle, or cat & dog...

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Country Captures


Country Captures - A beautiful outdoor photography blog, sharing the beauty and appreciation of our natural world, was created by Coy Hill.

Monday, February 28, 2011

So Much Pileup


So Much Pileup is a blog started by Mike Davis, a graphic designer living and working in Minneapolis MN, to share some of the work from his collection that's inspired from the late 1960s through the early 1980s.
I'll be posting logos, postage stamps, motion graphics, packaging and promotional design from the time I consider to be the golden era of graphic design, just before computers took over and anyone with a copy of Photoshop and 10 fonts started calling themselves designers.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

BLDGBLOG


BLDGBLOG ("Building Blog") is an architecture blog authored by futurist Geoff Manaugh, former senior editor at Dwell magazine and a contributing editor at Wired UK.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Thunderwing Press


In an old farmhouse, on the banks of the Hudson River, Nic & J.B. Taylor of Thunderwing Press live to create timeless visual design and specialize in all manner of custom-printed ephemera. Every project draws from their cultural and aesthetic inspirations, as well as an archive of vintage source materials, fine papers, antique printing equipment, and rare textiles; creating artisan quality work through exquisite craftsmanship.

Advertising Lab


Advertising Lab is a blog about the future of advertising and advertising technology, launched in 2004 by Ilya Vedrashko. Vedrashko works as an emerging media strategist at Hill, Holliday ad agency in Boston. Have graduated from MIT in August 2006 with an MSc in comparative media studies.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Today's Inspiration

Today's Inspiration - a place for those with an interest in illustration from the '40s and '50s to share their knowledge, views and opinions started by Leif Peng. If you'd like to join the Today's Inspiration daily email list and receive one scan each day at full size, just send Peng an email through the address leifpeng@gmail.com and put 'Sign me up!' in the subject line. Enjoy! ;-)

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Cute Overload


Cute Overload is a weblog consisting of photos and videos of cute animals. The site was created by Megan Frost. On May 2, 2010, it was ranked #605 in the most influential English blog list compiled by Technorati[1], #11,459 in Alexa's "World Traffic Ranking" and, according to Quantcast, it receives an average of 41,300 visits per day.

Cute Overload won the 2006 Webby Awards "People's Voice" honors in the blog category, the 2007 Bloggies for Best American Weblog, and the 2009 "Weblog Awards" winner as "Best Topical Weblog".

Friday, February 18, 2011

365 Reasons To Smile (2011)


Nikki Hambry from UK has decided that throughout 2011, she will take a photo every day of one thing that has made she smile on her 365 Reasons To Smile blog.

Just follow Nikki on 365 Reasons To Smile (2011) to find out some nice reasons like a nice cup of tea, Clowns, balloons, or even a naughty reason like wine... to keep you smiling all the year with her.

Enjoy and keep smiling!

Paper Artistry of Phillip Valdez

Paper Artistry of Phillip Valdez features Phillip's personal paper sculpture work and the images;  the artists, random flotsam and jetsam that inspire him.
Phillip Valdez was born in New Mexico to a jackalope and an alien. Having earned a college scholarship in engineering from NASA he opted for partying his way through the first 5 years of higher learning, eventually earning a degree in Design and Illustration after moving to Seattle, WA in 1993.
In 1996 he created his first mask on a whim and won first place at the Seattle Art Museum Masquerade Ball, with the mask he made for his wife earning second place.
Phillip began creating masks in earnest at the request of his wife, to be used in her photography. This collaboration led to several creative series including the Tarot of Masks and the Dream Masquerade series.
Phillip is cerrently employed as a technical illustrator and spends his precious free time working on various creative projects. All the masks are made from heavy paper and glue, with Phillip's natural engineering abilities transforming these simple tools into amazing art.
Check out his Mask gallery and Tarot of Masks gallery to see more his awesome paper sculpture works.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Letters to Dead People


Letters to Dead People is a morbid little blogging project by Celine Song. Some are funny, while other are lovely and nerdy, and sometimes they're a bit sad. You can send in a suggestion (of a dead person to write to), or you can write your own and hope you're lucky enough to get yours made into a 'Dead Letter'.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Ben Heine Art


A talented illustrator and photographer, Ben Heine has put together an amazing ongoing project called ‘Pencil Vs Camera.’ His creative thinking combines both art and pictures portraying two different things within the same scene. Ben creates a strong perspective for the viewer by expertly matching the lines of the background scenery. These visual impacts have become a favorite among artists and photographers.


Check out the full collection of ‘Pencil Vs Camera’ here. To read more about Ben, and view his other work/photography, visit his blog.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Stuff no one told me.


Alex Noriega is a dude from Barcelona that likes to draw stuff. At some point in 2010 Alex was going through a crisis due to some work isues. As he said, he decided to start Stuff no one told me blog as a way of trying to find what he was doing wrong.
I wanted to put on paper all that I had learned in life as simple as possible and try to see if what was happening around me made any sense. It didn't.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

you have been here sometime


you have been here sometime is the Los Angeles based blog of David John, a student of interior architecture at UCLA. His blog is a great source of inspiration for all things design, art, architecture and furniture related.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Bent Objects


Terry Border takes objects from everyday life and turns them into art at his blog Bent Objects. From lemons to peanuts to guns, he finds their secret lives and displays them for the world to see (he even published a book about it).

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Art Jumble


Art Jumble is a weekly community that supports illustration, comics, animation and really any creative medium.

Every Monday a topic is announced and any member can submit a piece about that topic. Members who post are the sole authors of their work and have all rights to their own pieces.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Damn Cool Cars


Damn Cool Cars is a daily blog that posting pictures of funny, cool and weid... cars everyday.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Share Some Candy


Share Some Candy - Candy for the eye, not the teeth - is a curated collective of inspiring design finds and art.  They feature a lot of really great illustrators. It's a great way to find some really cool work in packaging design, logo design, photography, illustration, furniture design and a lot more...

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Sleeveface


Sleeveface is an internet phenomenon wherein one or more persons obscure or augment body parts with record sleeve(s), causing an illusion. Put the sleeve in front of your face, strike the pose of the rock god you've chosen, and get yourself photographed. It's easy but it helps if you have a big record collection.

The term 'Sleeveface' was coined in April 2007 by Cardiff resident Carl Morris after pictures were taken of him and his friends holding record sleeves to their faces whilst Djing in a Cardiff Bar. His friend John Rostron posted them on the internet and created a group on the nascent Facebook social networking site. From here the craze became more widely known.

The Hair Hall of Fame


The Hair Hall of Fame - A salute to the best, the most, the most outragous and the mostest in hair and hair style. The Hair Hall of Fame will bring you back with unforgettable hairstyles from the past in the last 70 years. It was strated with the first hairstyle of Liz Renay on April 14, 2010.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Faces in Places


Faces in Places is a photoblog that features photographs of faces found in everyday places. The featured photographs consist of inanimate objects that a viewer would perceive as representing a face.

The Faces in Places blog was launched on Monday, April 23, 2007, with a photo of a crane that resembles a grasshopper. Prior to this, the editor had started to encourage people with a similar interest in anthropomorphic images to submit them to a Flickr group. The Flickr group is now the main source of images used on the blog. The blog continues to be updated daily.