Yeah, I know… everyone’s at it; best of this, best of that. Here’s another quick look back at my favourite posts during 2011…
Jan – Sunflower Seeds on Sunflower Seeds
Feb – 1000 Awesome Things
Mar – 3eanuts
Apr – Nicholas Alan Cope’s Folded Paper Photography
May – Benjamin Laading Mega-Fat-Cap Paintings
Jun – Splay: Lo-Fi Aerosol Paint
Jul – Evol @ MS Dockville
Aug – Murray Fredericks
Sep – Fighting Trousers – Professor Elemental
Oct – Jerry’s Map
Nov – Jan Petro
Dec – Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs
Merry new year by the way. Thanks for continuing to visit. See you on the flip side (that’s next year by the way!).
Gigi Bio forms great twisted stitched panoramic photos. I’ve just released that this is a repost as I linked Gigi’s Flickr a few years back.
Tracey Snelling makes little cityscapes out of all kinds of things. There’s just enough on show to make you long to see the real thing. [via]
Los Dave’s Stone Dead Forever project centres around writing on stones in Southsea and leaving them to be found. [via]
A six track teaser from The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo soundtrack has been released for free and they’ve also announced the other formats that it will be sold in, including a super-deluxe edition. Apart from the soundtrack, I’m having difficulty working out what they’ve remade the movie though.
Alan Foale’s Worldwide Tube Map makes the world look so small. It makes it eaten easier to do imaginary travelling. Il’l have a one way ticket from London to Sydney please! [via]
I wouldn’t have thought there was a market for a heavy equipment calendar but apparently there is. [via]
Great superheroine breast cancer campaign by Maisa Chaves. Is it supposed to be slightly erotic?! [via]
Girls, you can now easily measure your attitude related to the length of your skirt with the Leg’s Talk tights. [via]