this is a pretty clever little venture into the world of human belief.
here’s a taste of what you’re in for: “Suppose that several people of your acquaintance, including people who you’re pretty sure don’t know each other, all tell you that they have dragons in their garages–but in every case the evidence is maddeningly elusive.”
i can’t remember how i stumbled upon this site, but i did… aaand i dig it.
you could say it’s just a site selling a sticker, but i think it’s more than that. it’s a site that’s putting out a vibe and an idea that is not put out there enough. too many people suck at driving, and there are a few simple things they could do (or stop doing) to make their driving tolerable.
this is an inspiring story about this ostensibly great guy who is going to die soon. he’s in great shape, has a great sense of humor, and appears to be a wonderful professor, but pancreatic cancer is going to take him out in his prime.
so the very next day after i posted the previous entry about hyper-realistic sculptor duane hansen, i click ‘stumble’ on my web browser and am instantly brought to another, arguably even more amazing hyper-realist sculptor.
his name is ron mueck, and he doesn’t do all his work to size, so i guess it’s not as hyper-realistic, but his stuff is definitely still jaw-dropping.