Once upon a time in Gürbetal, Switzerland, there was a car parts dealer who after finishing cannibalising old cars parked them on his property. This happened from the 1930s to the 1970. A lot of the cars are still there.
Steampunk webcomic find: 2D Goggles – The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage. Some rule of cool and/or funny revisionist history in which Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace didn’t only design a working computer in theory, but it actually got built.
Updating schedule is “a batch of pages whenever I have them”; so far there are the “origin” chapter plus two episodes, and a bit of smallstuff. Lots of links to the creator’s research material in the author’s notes, just the right thing for some types of geeks. </p>
Deep Sky Colors
Wired.com had a step-by-step example of the photo postwork which I found very interesting.</p>
Graffiti Taxonomy: Paris
A study of different versions of letters in graffiti tags.</p>
Villafane Studion pumpkin carvings
Pretty impressive, particularly the Predator.</p>