ilike, no, ilove

Ho lee shit, I absolutely adore the Bangable Dudes in History blog, especially since the author seems to share my obsession with hot gingers.

Why isn't my blog awesome like this?

"I said he was 'bangable,' not 'boyfriend material'."

joignez la gang

Garby, this is for you.

Les gens of French custom ride-maker 'Blitz Motorcycles', and clothing from French Designer W.1910 star in this gorgeous short directed by Clement Beauvais and produced by French film co. Hush.

'Riding September' is like some gorgeous perfect world where all the boys have beards and look like scruffy young Guevaras on beautiful bikes in sunsoaked landscapes.

Could real life be like this all the time? I would never want to die ever. Allez les gas!


did you think wanda jackson was dead? she's not

And she just covered a helluvah Bob Dylan tune for her brand new Jack White-produced and aptly titled album, 'The Party Ain't Over'.

She's most definitely alive, but excuse me while I die and go to rockabilly heaven.

will we love love?

Alt-Rockers, 'Angels & Airwaves' are pulling a Broken Social Scene and releasing a feature film with a soundtrack filled up entirely with their discography.

From the wiki synopsis:

After losing contact with Earth, Astronaut Lee Miller becomes stranded in orbit alone aboard the International Space Station. As time passes and life support systems dwindle, Lee battles to maintain his sanity - and simply stay alive. His world is a claustrophobic and lonely existence, until he makes a strange discovery aboard the ship. Driven by the powerful music of Angels and Airwaves, Love explores the fundamental human need for connection and the limitless power of hope. A high-impact visual adventure, that resonates a common truth, that everyone has a story to tell and something even greater to leave behind.

I might 'pfft' the whole thing if the trailer didn't look so damn good.

you had me at hobo

'The Dude Designs' did this amazing retro-vision poster for my friend, Jason Eisener and his hotly anticipated gritty feature, Hobo With a Shotgun (famous for being one of the faux-turned-real trailers from the Grindhouse/Planet Terror).

It's set to premiere at Sundance.

The Dude writes:
There was no holding back on this baby i went the full balls out 70s/80s exploitation, throwing everything into the pot, looking over every exploitation poster i did for inspirations!

My main thought process/direction for the poster was to give it a strong narrative. I mean that's what was so great and captivating about the old posters they really drew you in by visually telling you what the film was about and it was easy with this film all i had to do was say look at this cool thing here and also over here, and check out Hauer he's in it and he has a MASSIVE shotgun and he looks PISSED!!!


look at this killer cute stereophonic laptop dock

Just look at it.



Hong Kong-based photographer, Michael Wolf's series of squished commuters in steamed-up Tokyo subway windows, "Tokyo Compression."


pop goes boom

Alright, we all know what happens when you add mentos to pepsi and the song's a bit cheeseball, but this vid is worth procrastinating for. Go for broke, bubbles!

what am i looking at now?

German-bred, Matthias Müller is clearly mastering the art of home-grown particle visual effects, because this is gorgeous. He's only 22. I think I made a sparkly gif or two when I was 22.

snows and cons

OK, you smug western-Canada outdoorsman types. We know all about your big sky and your high mountains and your huge snowfall.

Stop shoving it in our faces, alright? I like to prowl my deep cold concrete jungle.

Tilt shift goodness in Whistler:

cameron frye, you're my hero

If you're a really serious John Hughes fan and you want to own Cameron's house (from Ferris Bueller's Day Off), it's for sale.

Oh, you also need 1.65 million.