There is so much that can be said about the Idiotarod that it just won’t fit in this space. So, I’ve decided to give you the condensed version. Here, you’ll have, the who, what, when, where, and why of the St. Louis Idiotarod! [--Video (my team 27 secs in) --]
IDIOTAROD: Idiotarod pays homage to the Alaskan tradition of the Iditarod (going on right now) in which dogs pull a sled and musher across the Iditarod Trail. Idiotarod is similar, except replace the dogs with people and the sled with a shopping cart, put it in a downtown city, and add a heavy dose of weirdness. [This sounds exactly like my kind of …
I’ve been skimming along the blogs over the past couple of days and finally, after seeing 10 posts reference this blog, I had to read more. It’s called Unhappy Hipsters and its absolutely hilarious. This anonymous blogger essentially has taken snapshots from various Dwell magazine photos and added amazing captions. They are bleeding with satire and irony. For instance, to the photo above it reads
“In search of a less bleak playground, the toddler pedaled faster.” (Dwell, June 2004)
It’s a new blog it looks like with the number of posts, I would spend a few minutes and read them all!
via Archinect, and SwissMiss
I was just over at Janet’s ‘think BIG’ blog and saw a pretty great post about a Danish photographer, Simon Hogsburg and his ‘Thought Project’ experiment. Hogsburg apparently stopped random folks on the street and asked them what they were thinking in that exact moment. I loved the one (see image above) where the girl talks about the possibility of getting away with a crime if you were seemingly blind and with a walking stick. The best part about it is that she’s wearing really dark shades in the photo, which makes me think she may have already been thinking about utilizing her ‘shades’ in …
Diego does Halloween.
Pictures from Eva Busato in HOK Tampa.