Monday, September 28, 2009

LMSYSS Not Dead!

Sam

LMSYSS Not Dead!

We are on sabbatical. Owen's in China. Brb.

Thanks,
SAM

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Collaboration

Initial Sketch by Patrick Wilkins and Sarah Rose.
Colors and textures by Sarah Rose.

Whatcha guys think? Lemme knowwww! Click image to see it larger in Flickr!

Love Final

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Laguna Seca

Sam

If you've played any Gran Turismo you can appreciate this.

Laguna Seca Google Street View!

VRRRRRRRROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMM!

SICK and Fruit Are Not Really Fruit, Well Sorta.

Sam

SICK! http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/8185125.stm

Fruit are not really fruit, well sorta. http://www.schrodingerskitten.co.uk/articles/fruit-lies.html

Here's a snippet:

"We all know, I think, that a tomato is a fruit not a vegetable. It’s the sort of amazing fact printed on cereal boxes to amuse and entertain children with very low standards. The distinction is, so I fuzzily recall, that fruit are part of reproduction, whereas a vegetable is any other botanical bit we eat. Thus, fruit have seeds inside, veg don’t — veg can be leaves (cabbage), roots (parsnip) or buds (sprouts).

The plot, however, thickened when I was cutting up strawberries — one of the few consolations for an English ‘summer’ — and idly wondered what the hell they were, since the seeds were on the outside. Being the sort of know-it-all who watches QI1 I was also aware that many berries were not, technically and botanically speaking, berries. A blackberry, for example, is actually an aggregate fruit composed of drupelets (little flesh bits with just one seed inside). Impress your friends with that. So I was prepared for a shock, but not the magnitude of what I actually found." READ

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

This is what we imagined the future (2000) being in 1900.

Austin


Here is a city that has a ceiling. Boring I'd say but still extremely excessive nonetheless.
















Here's a freighter that is also a train. Ingenious but we all know it wouldn't last long after the first one tipped over.
















from this blog.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Owen

These are the Chocolate Hills of the Phillippenes:









The fact that these exist only add more questions as to how a Mario Bros. movie could have been so horrible.