I’m going to be honest one of the reasons I’m posting this amazing collection of eclectic cameras created by Swis duo Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs is so that I can use the coin the word “Armadillo-cam”.
These are really cool, I love the camera made out of a stack of books (above).
Thanks to @WantanItalics for pointing this out to me.
Via Devid Sketchbook
Solid metal bookends depicting a woman being fondled by a scary tentacled monster which has punched through a set of books.
Your’s for the the princely sum of $42.99 from Knob Creek Metal Arts.
Why should adults get all the fun from mashups of literary works and horror tropes? The wall street journal has a review of this children’s book which adds vampires to the classic and often parodied Fun with Dick and Jane children’s books. I like the trend of taking works that have fallen out of copyright and messing with them. You can read the whole reivw over at Speakeasy – WSJ.
In general it’s a positive review, I’ve not got kids, and my only exposure to the Fun with Dick and Jane books has been people taking the pictures from the book out of context and using the fact that they used the shortened version of poor young Richard’s name. So I’m not really one to judge the book.