for anyone in the market for some serious statement footwear, the spring/summer 2011 jeremy scott x adidas shoes are currently available in full size runs in the employee store at work. i grabbed the teddy bear ones just for fun and now i'm debating between the flames and wings to actually wear out for the utmost special occasions. if you want a pair let me know :)
“When I asked how big you were, I meant like in inches,” she said. ”That’s what most people do.”
“Oh okay,” I said.
We sat in silence for about a half a minute before she finally spoke up.
“So you took a measuring cup and just sort of mashed everything in there?”
here's a super rad series of pop culture icon illustrations done in the calaveras "sugar skull" style of dia de los muertos celebrations (i think the illustrator's name is jonathan koshi). in addition to kermie, check out lego guy, alien, spy vs. spy, pac-man and unicorn after the jump.
this is actually one last psuedo-asia pic in that it wasn't taken in asia (or even by any of us) but i did LEARN about it in asia. back story to this is as follows: whenever coworker danny is asked for a document or file ASAP by someone else in the office, he immediately follows up the request at unassuming times with this image labeled as whatever is being requested. example:
average co-worker: "hey danny. can you send me that tech file for the new outsole pattern you created?"
danny: "sure dude... just emailed it to you."
average co-worker: "thanks man." (goes into email and opens attachment "outsole_tech.pdf")
average co-worker: "AAGGGHHHHH!!! TITTIE DOG!!!!!"
hello all. i hope you haven't forgotten about me. i'm pretty much the worst at updating this thing when i'm traveling and apparently as of this last trip, i can't even muster up the courtesy to give anyone the heads up that the blog will be down for the extent of the trip. if that's a problem for anyone, well, then, i hate you too.
was in china this time and didn't really take any pics throughout the trip so i haven't got much to share other than the above and below usual suspects of asian lost-in-translation hilarities and cross-cultural novelties. as for the above, i feel as tho it needs no explanation however captions included for the rest. party on!!
this last post is more of a photo essay as it chronicles one of the more awesome things i've done in recent memory. i of course refer to our visit to the colorado mills shopping center which contained within it's walls one of the most amazing gems this side of the mississippi: a lego outlet store. painted a daring shade of hardboiled egg yellow, the store was sparsely decorated and amateurishly merchandised. but that didn't stop us from seeking it out and dropping over $100. hit the jump for the adventure.
and as long as we're talking vehicles, here's another choice sighting that happend. the guy that owns this is literally "that guy" out of all colorado vespa owners. i see no difference between this guy and any generic internet troll who posts "first!!!!!!!!!111!" in a comments section.
was in denver for work last week and took some pics along the way. this one's notable as it displays one of the most awesome stand-offs in the automobile world: a prius vs. a hummer. i wish i could say i stayed around to find out what happened but it's not 2006 anymore so i didn't give a shit...