Exit Music (For a Film): Donnie Darko

Donnie Darko has too many great music moments:

Tears for Fears - Head Over Heels

Gary Jules - Mad World

Echo and the Bunnymen - The Killing Moon


Part of the Process

The design process of beautiful chairs and the end results.
You can really see how much thought goes into good product design.


Exit Music (For a Film): Fight Club x Pixies

Best Movie/Music Moments: Where is My Mind - Pixies

*Don't watch if you haven't seen the end of Fight Club!




How does a pirate say thank you?

Pirates are not 1-i'ed, i found this interesting:

The truth is, most pirates have two good eyes. Very good eyes. They work perfectly. So why the patch? It's genius.

Suppose you're a pirate, out on deck of your creaking, moaning, splintery pirate ship. You're in tropical waters, like say the Caribbean (did you pronounce that right in your head? --our friendship depends on it). Anyway, the sun is directly above you, bright and hot, and you are overtaking another vessel which you plan to hijack. You climb your mast and swing on a rope to deftly and pirately land on the deck of the other vessel, and your swordfight begins against the other crew. Now here's where your eyepatch comes in handy:

You suddenly pursue one of your hijackees (who of course has no eyepatch like you do) through the hatch and below deck. Your opponent stumbles around and bumps into things waiting for his eyes to adjust to the dim lighting below deck. But YOU, you GENIUS PIRATE, simply switch your eyepatch to your other eye, and you instantly have perfect vision, already adjusted to darkness because your eyepatch has been keeping the bright sunlight out, just for a moment like this.

ARRRigato Chris Rice

The Grid

Make your own music.


Frog Brothers X Joy Division

Videos can absolutely screw up the songs they are associated with,
but sometimes you come by a gem.
This is the Frog Bros X Joy Division's Love Will Tear Us Apart:

Brian Gibson - Love Will Tear Us Apart (Joy Division Cover) from Johnny Internets on Vimeo.


A Softer World