Monday, September 30, 2013

Link Round-Up: September 30, 2013

Saint Walter by Jason Heuser

Prints available for purchase from Etsy.  US$80

"Remember his name."

Fashion: Star Wars pencil skirts

News: Serbian president unveils Nikola Tesla monument in New York.  I give it a year before the statue becomes the local Steampunk cosplay meet-up site.

3D-Printing Fine Art Fakes Is Here to Stay

The Artful Collector: Dealing with Art Hierarchies

Decrypting Rita is a sci-fi comic with robots. It's pretty cool. Decrypting Rita is a slice-of-life comic with regular people. You might like it. Decrypting Rita is a fantasy comic with dragons and hat ladies. It's a little experimental. Decrypting Rita is set 120 minutes into the future, in the here and now, in your teenage brother's D&D campaign, in a place called the Skylands. It's also scrolly. Decrypting Rita is a comic by mefi's own egypturnash. It's worth reading.

Kotaku has collected pictures of real Totoro themed bus stops in Japan.

At Maker Faire New York, the DIY movement pushes into the mainstream

Seusstastic Park, ‘Jurassic Park’ As If It Were Designed by Dr. Seuss by custom figure creator Sillof

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