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Everything is too big to fit conveniently into our own bowls, right? And as our brood of beasts continue to spawn and overpopulate the planet, how are we going to fit all this stuff we think we need into our hovels? Either we all are going to have to stop accumulating so much useless junk, or we are going to have to start to get smaller. Having our stuff get smaller is a decent start too. That’s we love the Scarab. Is this a car for tomorrow or what?!
Sketch is fun website (click to open) where you can see how others draw. Someone draws a picture, and the site animates it so it is drawn before your eyes. Like magic! It also has tools to draw your own, and it’s really simple. Lots of colors too. Give it a whirl!
The Bowl thinks every home needs its own junkbot. One day we will figure out how to help ours save the world. As supporters of equal rights for robots, we found a soft spot for this tale of robot rebellion. Its all about the love after all.
When I was a bit bigger than a wee boy, boy did I enjoy playing Exquisite Corpse.
The Champion Cartoonist Of All Time has got to be Windsor McKay. He created Little Nemo In Slumberland, Dreams Of A Rarebit Fiend, and Gerty The Dinosaur, to name but a few. He was one of the original pioneers of cinema and used to do a trick act where he performed live on stage as if he was training Gerty, who was actually nothing more than a filmed dinosaur.