Links: August 2004

  • Eboy pixel cities 27 August 2004, 13:10

    Patience exmeplified in these isometric complexities that are Eboy's pixel art cities.

  • Absolut ads 17 August 2004, 12:10

    A comprehensive gallery of Absolut vodka's famous print advertisements. Some of the most amusing, thoughtful and beautiful marketing ever produced.

  • Top 11 movie Transformers 16 August 2004, 16:09

    Matt Caracappa's top eleven lists of cartoon/action figures are a great way of reminding you of your childhood afternoons, and the in-depth analysis provides new found depth!

  • Dack's back 11 August 2004, 11:30

    After a long, long hiatus, one of the middle-old-school returns in weblog format. Still has one of the most useful tools on the Net.

  • Aerial photography 10 August 2004, 15:05

    Amazing shapes and colours that can only be realised from above.

  • How To Be Idle 10 August 2004, 15:03

    An extract from Tom Hogkinson's eloquent treatise on the tyranny of early rising.

  • The story of IMDB 06 August 2004, 10:59

    An article on the the history and running story of eveyone's favourite movie resource.

  • DHTML Lemmings 05 August 2004, 19:24

    Remember Lemmings? What a great game. And now you can play it in your browser using DHTML!

  • Noah Grey: Two Missions 05 August 2004, 12:32

    There's just something horror-movie about black and white photos of religious architecture. But beautiful nontheless.

  • Tall building 03 August 2004, 10:57

    The MoMA has an online exhibition of the World's tallest buildings. Some of the proposed World Trade Center designs are rather stunning. (Note: Flash)

  • Cloud Gate 03 August 2004, 10:56

    A new sculpture erected in Chicago looks rather "alien-landing", but also rather cool.

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