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Guest BROWNer

^no! keep your photographic nerdism to your own thread mister!

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browner.. i dont know if youve seen it yet.. but for xmas a good friend gave me a copy of "How to Draw a Bunny". If you have not yet seen it I know you would enjoy it.. Id like to hear your perspective on it.

 

 

as for content to the babble.. im getting to that shortly.

 

hold your knickers.

 

-bobby

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nice double post.

 

i got some links.. and i got some images..i cant remember how or where i got all of these.. but dont hate me if youve seen them before.

 

http://www.freethedepartment.ca/home.php

http://www.feric.com/

http://acg.media.mit.edu/people/fry/

http://www.iris.edu/seismon/

http://epic.chalksidewalk.com/

http://www.people.virginia.edu/~ds8s/moyra/identity.html

http://russellconnor.com/gallery_36.html

 

8655s.jpg

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Guest BROWNer

haven't, but i'll check it, looks cool.

 

now..this man clearly embodies babble.

 

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i haven't read this, but i like the cover.

 

alljd.jpg

this movie is awesome..but..

talk-subs.jpg

i prefer this one. i haven't seen much of his new shit..thinking of renting

hero this week.

 

 

polaroid-about.jpg

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hmm

 

heres some wallpaper patterns.. set as desktop background.. and select tile

 

pattern01_b_test2.jpg

funtimerepeatr.jpg

 

 

 

and a little shit shot of bobbylon.

 

web_south_bridge.jpg

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*went to the libary, got books, and scanned.....

 

christiannortheast.jpg

christian northeast

 

braincronin.jpg

brain conin

 

kevinchristy.jpg

kevin christy

 

jefferyfisher.jpg

jeffery fisher

 

ullapuggaard.jpg

ulla puggaard

 

bobby i got some images to email and a pile of stuff in the corner of my room that i gotta mail. browner those "photographic nerdisms" are very good.

late at the new office,

-b

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Originally posted by Al Green@Jan 19 2005, 10:12 PM

browner.. i dont know if youve seen it yet.. but for xmas a good friend gave me a copy of "How to Draw a Bunny". If you have not yet seen it I know you would enjoy it.. Id like to hear your perspective on it.

 

 

 

I saw that. I enjoyed it very much. I loved the segment where he was...lecturing? a class. Rolling that chair around the room.

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Originally posted by beardo@Jan 8 2005, 04:49 AM

doggy, get that image uploaded so we can start spreading it around.

 

last week

 

956hr_kema.blue.organge.green.jpg

 

hope to see some of you babblers there

 

this shit is fucking hot man...

 

nice work.

 

do you have any work for sale? if so, would you mind shooting me an email?

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for those of you who are in NYC and are into such events.

 

IDITAROD: Absurd shopping cart race

 

 

January 29, 2005 starting at 2pm; $5 per person

@ Race begins at Fulton Ferry Landing Pier, between Old Fulton and Water Streets DUMBO

jstark@nonsensenyc.com | 718 855 8910 | http://www.precisionaccidents.com

 

 

DETAILS: The Iditarod is the famous long-distance race in which yelping dogs tow a sled across Alaska. Our Idiotarod is pretty much the same thing, except that instead of dogs, it's people, instead of sleds, it's shopping carts, and instead of Alaska it's New York City. The event happens January 29, 2005. It will start in Brooklyn, run into Manhattan, and end approximately five miles later. Teams of five will race for a cash prize. And glory.

 

 

* Who can race? * Anyone. Everyone. Last year we had 150 runners. We anticipate more this year. You can forward this invitation to anyone you know.

 

 

* Isn't it going to be cold? * You can count on it. The race goes off rain or shine, blizzard or breeze. Bundle up.

 

 

* What's the route? * That's up to you. The race begins at Fulton Ferry Landing Pier, between Old Fulton and Water streets, in Brooklyn at 2pm. It will continue in Manhattan. We will announce three checkpoints and a finish line on our website a week before the race. You choose the fastest path. You will be held for 20 minutes at each checkpoint. There will be booze at the checkpoints.

 

 

* Can we get drunk? * It makes the pain go away.

 

 

* Are there rules? * Yes, quite a few of them. For starters, four people must be attached to and running in front of the cart at all times. There will be referees along the route to disqualify cheaters. We'll release a more detailed list of rules a week before the event.

 

 

* Does my team need its own shopping cart? * Yes.

 

 

* Where do we get a cart? * Be resourceful.

 

 

* Are you suggesting we steal it? * We didn't say that.

 

 

* Can we modify our shopping cart? * Yes, although there are rules -- kind of like stock car racing. Your shopping cart must roll on four rubber caster wheels. The only exception is that you can attach some sort of sled substructure to the bottom of the cart in case of deep snow or treacherous ice. As a general rule, you can attach things to your cart, make a riding platform, and grease up your wheels. You can also chop up the cart and rearrange the pieces -- but they all have to be accounted for. And because one team has already asked, no, your shopping cart can not be motorized.

 

 

* What is this going to cost me? * Dignity. Plus, there is a $5 per person entry fee. The winners take the pot. Actually, first prize takes 35 percent of the pot, second takes 20 percent, and third place wins 10 percent. The Best in Show award for best team cart and costumes also takes 35 percent. And there is a secret prize for best team sabotage. There could be endorsements, too, and, of course, right of sire.

 

 

* Can I make a side bet? * Absolutely.

 

 

* I want to race but my friends are lame. Is there a team I can join? * Maybe. Email us and we'll do our best to put the stragglers into teams of five people.

 

 

* This sounds funny. Can I bring my video camera and document it? * We would much rather you race. We think you'll have more fun. But yeah, you can come cheer on the teams at the starting line or at any of the checkpoints. And, fine, bring your camera.

 

* Do you need any help organizing this? * Totally. If you want to be involved with the project but can't run for some reason -- like you just had ACL surgery and are still hobbling around on crutches -- we could use you at the checkpoints. We also need referees and entertainers for points along the route. Plus people to make banners, hand out oranges, and make trophies. Please let us know if you would like to be involved in any way.

 

 

* Can my team wear matching outfits? * Knock yourself out. There will be a prize for Best in Show decided by the referees.

 

 

* Why are you doing this? * Because it's important to fight cold and kill boredom. After all, it's January in New York.

 

 

* Where did you get the idea for this event? * We stole it from a group of people in San Francisco who have been doing it for 10 years. The Idiotarod debuted in New York in 2004. People loved it. There are a lot of stories and photographs about the event on our Website: http://www.precisionaccidents.com.

 

 

* Who won the race?* Some real athletes. In order to discourage this from happening again teams wearing spandex will be penalized.

 

 

* Where can I get more information? * Check back with http://www.precisionaccidents.com or email jstark@nonsensenyc.com. There will also be an extremely detailed email a week before the event.

 

 

* Where can I learn more about the real Iditarod? * This is a good website: http://www.iditarod.com/

 

 

* Will there be an afterparty? * No, but we will finish near an establishment that serves cold beer. We will repair to this establishment and distribute the prizes.

 

 

* How do I sign up? * You are not required to register, but we would greatly appreciate it. Email jstark@nonsensenyc.com or call me on the phone (718 855 8910).

 

 

* How am I going to end this email? * Mush!

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Originally posted by splint2+Jan 23 2005, 10:31 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (splint2 - Jan 23 2005, 10:31 AM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-beardo@Jan 8 2005, 04:49 AM

doggy, get that image uploaded so we can start spreading it around.

 

last week

 

 

 

hope to see some of you babblers there

 

this shit is fucking hot man...

 

nice work.

 

do you have any work for sale? if so, would you mind shooting me an email?

[/b]

 

 

He does. At rediculously low prices as well. And all of them are just as amazing if not more so than the photo you posted. You can either contact him directly through a PM on this site or you can contact the Evos art gallery in Lowell, Mass. which has a bunch of his work on display and for sale right now.

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hmmm, i was just discussing having a dogsled style team the other day.

i need to move to ny just for crap like this.

awesome.

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I've been sleeping on this thread for a while. I'll start adding once this page finishes. I think the amount of pictures on this page is fucking with my comp. Well anyways, let's keep shit coming. This thread was hot and it needs to stay that way.

 

uh-huh-uh-huh,

jamesss

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