The Reversible Zombie Shirt

Someday, when I look back on my life, I would like to say that I had at least one moment of genius. While I don't advocate the label be applied lightly, I do have my own opinions as to what qualifies. This t-shirt, being given away by Capcom to promote an upcoming Resident Evil video game, is someone's moment of genius. Kudos to you sir. Kudos.

Glenn via portland mercury


Evolution of Cell Phones, via the Russian Doll

Clever Russian Doll derivative design by Kyle Bean illustrating the evolution of cell phones, from old-school Motorola bricks to the iPhone. Good gear.

via wired

The Nightingale House by Marc Canadell

Marc Canadell's website.

Os Gêmeos Mural, NYC

Os Gêmeos are Brazilian bros who make some of the most unique street art anywhere. I have to say I'm not always a fan, but their ambition and audacity sometimes combine to produce works of extraordinary quality and presence.

While I wouldn't say this is one of their best or boldest, I'm really struggling with finding content on days that are not beautiful and sunny and require me to be outside. Summertime has absorbed virtually all of my time, and therefore only on shabby, rainy days like today (and there have only been a few) can I truly immerse myself in the internets.

Anyway, this piece was done over a tribute mural to Keith Haring somewhere in NYC. The post on hypebeast is probably the least helpful thing I've ever read, so I'm going to check on location and get back to you in the next paragraph...

Right. So this is on the corner of Houston St. and Bowery, which I think is on the Lower East Side, but I'm from the midwest so do your own research if you plan to go searching.

via animal nyc