Thursday, February 26, 2009

Vintage Vynil Sleeves Collection


Greek Facebook Page( Hillarious)

Movie Trilogy Meter

Tropicana Design Gone Wrong

Funky Fresh Staircase

Poster Boy hits up the MOMA subway Exibit

Great Photography ( Max Wagner)

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Monday, February 16, 2009

Untho Teamed up With Sheapered Fairey

Dripping Google

Modern Proverbs by Nikki Farquharson

Airplain turned into Hostel

Dancing Japanees Biker Gang

color changing Umbrella

Changes color with water



For some time many of us have wondered just who is Jack Schitt? We
find ourselves at a loss when someone says, 'You don't know Jack
Schitt!' Well, thanks to my genealogy efforts, you can now respond in
an intellectual way.

Jack Schitt is the only son of Awe Schitt. Awe Schitt, the fertilizer
magnate, married O. Schitt, the owner of Needeep N. Schitt, Inc. They
had one son, Jack.

In turn, Jack Schitt married Noe Schitt. The deeply religious couple
produced six children: Holie Schitt, Giva Schitt, Fulla Schitt, Bull
Schitt, and the twins Deep Schitt and Dip Schitt.

Against her parents' objections, Deep Schitt married Dumb Schitt, a
high school dropout. After being married 15 years, Jack and Noe Schitt
divorced. Noe Schitt later married Ted Sherlock, and because her kids
were living with them, she wanted to keep her previous name. She was
then known as Noe Schitt Sherlock.

Meanwhile, Dip Schitt married Loda Schitt, and they produced a son
with a rather nervous disposition named Chicken Schitt. Two of the
other six children, Fulla Schitt and Giva Schitt, were inseparable
throughout childhood and subsequently married the Happens brothers in
a dual ceremony. The wedding announcement in the newspaper announced
the Schitt-Happens
nuptials. The Schitt-Happens children were Dawg, Byrd, and Horse.

Bull Schitt, the prodigal son, left home to tour the world. He
recently returned from Italy with his new Italian bride, Pisa
Schitt. Now when someone says, 'You don't know Jack Schitt,' you can
correct them.

Crock O. Schitt

Wednesday, February 4, 2009