Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Link Round-Up: IronFist

Binged Ironfist this weekend not expecting much after all the critical reviews.  The plot wasn't as intense as Daredevil, a lot of plot points were unintentionally hilarious, and the fight scenes were a bit lackluster.  However, the series beat the hell out of the majority of small screen comic series.  I was pleasantly surprised.


Finn Jones on ‘Problematic’ Internet Outrage
Iron Fist creator discusses casting controversy
Interview With IRON FIST Stunt Coordinator Brett Chan
Jessica Henwick On Asian Stereotype Concerns
Q&A with Iron Fist Creator Scott Buck & Producer Jeph Loeb
Tom Pelphrey & David Wenham on Meachum Family Dynamics

Link Round-Up: March 21, 2017

News: Comics artist and illustrator Bernie Wrightson has passed away after a struggle with cancer. Best known as the co-creator of Swamp Thing and for his astounding illustrated version of Frankenstein, he was a huge influence of many artists and will be sorely missed.

News: A D&D-style LEGO set called “Questbuilder” has reached 10,000 supporters and has moved on to the “review” stage!  If that wasn’t enough, someone has invented LEGO tape! The idea of a LEGO Tape gets my two thumbs up!

Did you find it increasingly difficult to find Waldo as his book series went on? There’s a reason for that

The Frame is the first TV that doesn’t turn off; instead of going to black, The Frame displays a stunning piece of art, turning your wall into a museum-worthy art gallery.

French needle artist Noboru Hoareau has created an elegant line of gorgeous hand-beaded crawling insects including scarabs, scorpions and spiders as well as butterflies, lady bugs and horseflies, which are sewn directly onto fabric and put into frames and lightboxes. Many of these beautiful creatures are available through the Atelier Noboru Etsy store.

John Maeda issued the third Design in Tech Report

A San Francisco Startup 3-D Printed a Whole House in 24 Hours 

Zelda: Home Automation - Zelda: Ocarina of Time YouTube tinkerer Allen Pan, created a smart home automation system based off the Zelda series using the ocarina from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

Sci-Fi Round-Up: March 21, 2017


Daniel Espinosa Interview: Life, Creatures, Sci-Fi, Giger
Davide Grandi, Italian Science Fiction author Of The Last Soldiers
Deadpool 2 Screenwriters On Domino, Cable And New Director
Eating Authors talks with Yoon Ha Lee
Interview With Joseph Helmreich, Author of The Return
Kim Stanley Robinson, author of New York 2140 explains world building
Life Director Daniel Espinosa On The Outer Space Thriller
Meet the man whose job it is to remember the ENTIRE Star Wars canon

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Link Round-Up: March 16, 2017

Prints available for purchase from Society6. US$20

Designer Shares Creative Process By Revealing His Logo Design Grids

Displayed together, the historical and contemporary works in this small exhibition chronicle centuries of sharing and considering mathematical knowledge through art, design, and publishing.

Infographic: Choosing The Best Colors For Effective Web Design

John Maeda issued the third Design in Tech Report.

Logan 's Forlorn Future Comes to Life in This Stunning Concept Art

Tattoo artist Malvina Maria Wisniewska is no stranger to simple, clean-cut aesthetics when it comes to her fine-line ink.  If you’re into minimalist geometric tattoos, these creations by Wisniewska will be right up your alley.

Zen and the Art of Knolling

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Quick Pic: Cardboard Kids Armor

"Cardboard Kids Armor" by Proteon
Source: Imgur via Reddit

In 2011, New York artist Warren King created an incredible full suit of knight armor for a 6-year-old using cardboard, paint, hot glue, rubber bands, and velcro. Warren shared his entire DIY process on Flickr.

The top comment on Reddit suggests "Ikea should print the parts of this on the boxes children's furniture comes in." I whole-heartedly agree. Print a useful pattern on the interior of all those furniture boxes so that customers get some use from the cardboard before it goes into the garbage.

Quick Pic: Steampunk Lincoln

Source: Imgur via Reddit

Four score and seven gears ago, this small town bought to fruition a dream of a President stature of epic proportions.  And all was good... until the next town over built that Cyberpunk John Wilkes Booth.

Quick Pic: Dwarven Statue

"15 foot tall Dwarven statue at the Auckland Airport in New Zealand"
Source: Imgur via Reddit

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