Evgeny Kiselev, originally uploaded by stechico.
Man oh man… I’m diggin’ the works. Truly one of the gifted artists I draw inspiration from, Evgeny Kiselev:
The Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA
January 5–9, 2009 (Expo: January 6–9, 2009)
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Here’s Common Universal Mind Controler teaser video f. Pharrell posted by Kanye.
The fly-through part remind me somewhat of a scene in James Bond (Sean Connery) were he’s playing that missile game and gets shocked if he makes a mistake. Anyone know which movie that one is?
Anyways, sick video.
As if grown men (like me) everywhere in Fantasy Football land haven’t suffered enough… Believe Merch has designed a t‑shirt commemorating Bernard Pollard’s infamous hit on Tom Brady this past Sunday. Not to mention, they were kind enough to add a small bio on him and why the tee came about:
Bernard Karmell Pollard (born December 23, 1984 in Fort Wayne, Indiana) is an American football safety for the Kansas City Chiefs in the National Football League. He was drafted in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft. Pollard played college football at Purdue University. Pollard has been dubbed “The Bonecrusher” for his hard hits and tackles.
On September 7, 2008, Pollard was involved in a play that ended with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady being taken off the field with a knee injury and not returning for the rest of the game. It was later revealed that Pollard’s hit on Brady most likely has ended the quarterback’s season.
The shirt is available on red or white for $19.99. You may go to their product page by clicking here.
Bastards! Good one =)