As the title of this blog post says… Be Careful What you wish for
A lady offers a friend to park his (assumed small) boat in her yard… she wound up with a bit more than she bargained for 🙂
OK, a bit different, but some impressive work. A "monumental tribute" to pirate life – a life-sized ship made from cardboard and hot glue in just five days.
That’s a fast build 🙂
We’ve had several other links to Stuck In Customs photos before (for example). Trey Ratcliff is an incredible artist to me, and has a very engaging manner in his videos.
This series is a "for sale" thing (yes, that’s an affiliate link), but seems pretty good. Photography seems to be a common hobby with boaters (with scenery like you have on a boat, are you surprised?).
You can check out the first lesson for free below and see what you think.
Another from Trey Ratcliff at Stuck In Customs. Click through for the full size.
Not very eco-friendly, but let’s build one!
Just a fun picture I saw a link to. Click for the full size.
This is the ancient village of Feng Huang in distant southern China. From Stuck In Customs…
We covered this art exhibit before (with video)… Mad Marinerâ„¢ magazine has a more detailed article with info on how it was created. Pretty slick.
Now if I can just launch mine without recreating the effect.
It’s an art exhibit, and to me honestly looks more like "wads" of paper instead of the Origami they were trying for (maybe had a bit of a problem getting it launched), but still kind of neat. Created for an art exhibit type thing.
I do wonder where they get pieces of paper that large.
This guy must spend all his time waving good Samaritan’s away. Check the link for more pictures showing how he re-worked the keel, etc.
Love Love from julien berthier on Vimeo.
(click picture for larger version)
After the last one, I decided I liked this one also.