guess how its all connected...

Dennis Rudolph. Artist. Berlin.

Oil on board.

Etching on handmade paper.

The Holy War, Chapter One: The Sacrifice of Youth. Paintings sourced from photographs of German World War II soldiers.


Chris Koelle. Artist. South Carolina.

love these drawings like a fat kid loves cake.

Pedal Power. Doc Zone.

Pedal Power takes a thorough look at bike culture all over the world... it profiles Toronto and it's notorious bike thief Igor Kenk... the doc examines the conflict between bikes/cyclists + cars/drivers in NYC... and the differences between biking in North American cities vs. European cities like Amsterdam... also discussed is the public bike system that started in Paris (VĂ©lib) and is now present in other cities including Montreal (BIXIs). Watch the whole thing HERE.

No Regrets:The Best, Worst, & Most #$%*ing Ridiculous Tattoos Ever.

Cop it here: Amazon.com

Rosey Grier's Needlepoint for Men. 1973.

via Wikipedia: "Roosevelt "Rosey" Grier is an American actor, singer, Christian minister, and former professional American football player (...) Grier is known for his serious pursuit of hobbies not traditionally associated with men such as macrame and needlepoint." (lol)
The dude's got talent.

Google Foods.

Regular followers of this blog might remember a post on Google's incredible free food service offered at their Cali headquarters (see here). This video takes a tour around Google food services and shows exactly what I was going on about... so next-level.
Watch part 2 here.