November 15, 2008

Illustrated Miscellany: Obama, the Joker, & molten wax

History & politics:

Packaging & Objects:

  • Veerle showcases some beautiful packaging.
  • Go Media sells PSD templates that can help you drop artwork onto various wrinkly shirts.
  • Virgil O. Stamps will print on just about any crazy material–duct tape, shredded targets, National Geographic pages, etc. [Via]

Cool Devices:

  • The notional Virtuo virtual palette “uses sensors and light to mix digital colour and apply it to a screen.” [Via Jerry Harris]
  • Man, I can’t wait for our son to get old enough to rock out with the Crayola Glow Station. (My mom used to let me paint with crayons using paper on a hot plate. Ah, the ’70s: a simpler, less safety-conscious time. ;-))
Posted by John Nack at 9:42 AM on November 15, 2008


  • Doug Nelson — 12:34 PM on November 15, 2008

    RE: unsafe crayon activity
    We used to take the crayon shavings from the little sharpener compartment, sandwich them between sheets of wax paper, and apply a hot (not too hot) iron. Psychedelic patterns!

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