|Eric: This year is insane. Tim and I are shooting a new pilot called Tim and Eric's Bedtime Stories. It's for Adult Swim. It's like a Twilight Zone short film anthology series. Every week, you'll tune in and get a 15-minute story. Most of them, Tim and I will be starring in, and if not we'll be directing them. The first one is called "Haunted House," and it's Tim, me, and Zach Galifianakis. Every story is this fourth-dimensional nightmare.|
|: We also launched this new YouTube channel called Jash. It's a cool thing; Tim and I are making a lot of new content for this. We made a music video called "I Need a Goatee," which is about Tim and I not being able to grow a goatee while everyone around us has them and they're the coolest, sexiest men. We made this fake reality show called "The Go Pro Show." Tim and I are friends with Sarah Silverman and Michael Cera and Reggie Watts, and we all kind of wanted to make a place on YouTube that wasn't a shit zone. It's a cool place to make whatever we want.|
|: We have a video coming up called "Baby Life Coach," where men sing to pregnant women, and moan, and laugh with their children. And you can hire these guys to come over and do this for hours and hours. I just saw a rough cut of it and I was laughing so hard that I was in tears. If you can imagine the men that we cast to do this…you don't want them anywhere near your baby.|
The transparent housing concepts by milano-based Santambrogiomilano are designed to be built almost anywhere around the world and allow the inhabitant to be completely immersed in nature. Every component of the dwellings, except for the ground floor, is composed of structural glass pieces. The ‘Snow house’, as the name implies, would be located in colder climates and is constructed of thicker panes capable of withstanding larger loads, namely from the snow, and will help insulate the interior.
Mind Hacks, 2011:
This does not mean all porn is helpful or healthy, either to individuals or society, but we should be criticising it on established effects, not on misunderstood and poorly applied neuroscience deployed in the service of bolstering shaky conclusions about its personal…
Noah Stokes, on moving away:
Don’t get me wrong, we left an awesome community of close friends. I left an amazing community of professionals (hello, gentlemen). I was in the heart of billion dollar, zero-revenue, businesses. Start-ups. Mash-ups. Money. Undeniably, the hub of all things web….
Crouching at 85 feet tall and weighing about 60 tons, Antony Gormley’s Exposure sculpture is rooted to ground in central Netherlands, reacting over time to the changing environment. Riddled with funding problems, It took nearly six years to complete.
“One of the known environmental changes that is happening is the rising of the sea level through global warming,” explains Gormley. “It is critical to me that at the time of its making this work reacts with the viewer, the walking viewer, on the top of the polder and that the surface that the viewer stands on is the surface that the work stands on. The work cannot have a plinth. Over time, should the rising of the sea level mean that there has to be a rising of the dike, this means that there should be a progressive burying of the work.”
The first step in the making of the sculpture was for Gormley to cast himself in plaster. After an “extremely uncomfortable” hour and a half locked in a crouching position, the next step was to translate the solid form into a geometrical system. Using software developed by Professor Roberto Cipolla of Cambridge University, the form was digitised.
As one approaches the sculpture, Gormley says: “The nature of the object changes. You can see it as a human form in the distance. It becomes more abstract the closer you get to it. And finally it becomes a chaotic frame through which you can look at the sky.”
Wire man having a poo in the canal. I love it.