Created by The Daily Robot
the-daily-robot: These are the first 3 entries in what I hope becomes a continuing series of designs depicting actual cityscapes in the graphical style of NES/Famicom games. The first 3 - Boston, Chicago, and Seattle, are available now as prints at my Etsy store, and will shortly be available on shirts and device cases at my RedBubble shop. Each has a daytime/sunset version, so you can pick your preferred magic hour.
I want to make more pieces like these, so if you want to see your city in 8-bit glory let me know, since I’m open to suggestions!
I love the 8-bit look. So much time and effort had to be put into the graphic design for these kind of cityscapes back in the day.
I miss my Commodore 128…..
Let’s hope so.Tumblr pornographers, take heart: Yahoo comes in peace. During an investor call Monday morning announcing Yahoo’s $1.1 billion acquisition of media network Tumblr, Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer emphasized that Yahoo wants to “let Tumblr be Tumblr,” which she suggested would include allowing its numerous X-rated accounts to continue pumping out pornography undisturbed.
God I hope so!!!
You’ll want to be on headphones for this one.
Hysterical Literature: Session One: Stoya
Stoya visits the studio and reads from Necrophilia Variations by Supervert. Subtitles available (CC) in French and Brazilian Portuguese.
Stoya’s thoughts on the session.
Update: Supervert’s thoughts on the session.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE Hysterical Literature (and Stoya!). Something like this has actually been a fantasy of mine for quite some time— being forced to do something everyday and mundane while being stimulated to orgasm but not being allowed to react. When I first saw Hysterical Literature I found it SO HOT for this reason. Mark my words, I will do something like this one day. Hysterical Literature, here I come! (Pun!?!? YES!)
THIS. IS. AWESOME.