This week the Shapeways community turned up the 3D printed awesome another notch (via Shapeways | blog: Friday Finds from the Shapeways Community)
- me: OH MY GOD. Remember when I did that segment on the Cooking Channel [months and months ago, and it is now online for the entire world to see]?
- Stephanie: which I never saw? yeah.
- me: I CANT LINK IT. IT IS SO EMBARRASSING. I mean, it's not that embarrassing..
- Stephanie: you have to show me
- me: [link]
- Stephanie (minutes later): omg you're awesome1!
- me: :|
- me: So dumb
- Stephanie: it's so cool!
- me: [redacted]
- Stephanie: you did a good job and sounded friendly, which is funny since you go around saying things like "[redacted]" in real life
Illustration by aamanddacc
wirrow (Global Curator) writes:
this illustration really hits me somewhere in the heart. to me it’s kind of like how we hold on to some things and it’s hard to let go but when we eventually cut them loose.. new things grow. i wish i could put that into a tiny story, i tried but nothing good came out. such a cool drawing.
This illustration is definitely in need of a story. Any ideas?
Friday, 8pm. East Village, New York City. At PDT for delicious cocktails — I happened to be sitting under this dead bear at the bar the entire evening and I kept leaning my head back accidently, more than I should. Thus, I have given myself a little scalp message with its dead bear claws.