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Japanese construction worker clothing.Ibeching and I were watching NHK World and we saw some footage of Japanese construction workers. I realized that I had never seen the very peculiar clothes these workers wear on Tumblr before.This blog post from Awesome Robo has MANY examples of this type of clothing: “TOBI - THE ART OF JAPANESE CONSTRUCTION WEAR”They are made by a Japanese company called “Tobi”:http://www.tobi.jp/products.htmlTobi trousers on Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobi_trousers

Japanese construction worker clothing.

Ibeching and I were watching NHK World and we saw some footage of Japanese construction workers. I realized that I had never seen the very peculiar clothes these workers wear on Tumblr before.

This blog post from Awesome Robo has MANY examples of this type of clothing:
TOBI - THE ART OF JAPANESE CONSTRUCTION WEAR

They are made by a Japanese company called “Tobi”:
http://www.tobi.jp/products.html

Tobi trousers on Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobi_trousers

On Youtube!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSdkhrQWM2M
This is a call to all the Autumn Men out there: recreate the photo from this article from The Onion! You don’t have to be wearing a sweater over plaid (like in the original article), but you sure as hell should be bearded, holding a coffee cup, and standing before Autumn scenery.I’m the one on the top. My buddy Olen is on the bottom. I would really like to meet the original guy from The Onion’s article (in the middle). When that article first came out, several friends sent me links and tripped me out considerably.

This is a call to all the Autumn Men out there: recreate the photo from this article from The Onion! You don’t have to be wearing a sweater over plaid (like in the original article), but you sure as hell should be bearded, holding a coffee cup, and standing before Autumn scenery.

I’m the one on the top. My buddy Olen is on the bottom. I would really like to meet the original guy from The Onion’s article (in the middle). When that article first came out, several friends sent me links and tripped me out considerably.

Thanks for the laughs, Mr. Brandon Graham.

Thanks for the laughs, Mr. Brandon Graham.

  1. A dead Zentraedi from Robotech Episode 20 “The Robotech Masters”
  2. One of Moebius’ Starwatchers
  3. Tyler Crook’s heartbreaking Moebius tribute: “Starloser”
  4. The same dead Zentraedi from Robotech Episode 20 “The Robotech Masters”
  5. The corpse of Tsewang Paljor, AKA "Green Boots" - a de facto waypoint on the way up Mt. Everest at 27,890 feet.  His body has been there since 1996.
  6. A corpse on Mt. Everest that I cannot identify. He is thought to have originally perished while resting on a snowbank that has since melted.

One of the most glorious commercials of all time.

A fantasy-themed Japanese commercial for Pocari Sweat featuring Cindy Crawford. The spot was based on conceptual art drawn by Moebius.

The concept art is blissful and quietly epic, like much of Moebius’ work. However, it was ultimately rendered in a seductively bizarre, toy-like fashion - firmly embedded, like Roland’s sword, deep in 1987.

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The commercial may have been a follow up to another, much more strange, Pocari Sweat commercial from 1986. This one was NOT designed by Moebius.

"WE WANT YOU OUT NOW!!""Okay, but how soon is now?"

"WE WANT YOU OUT NOW!!"

"Okay, but how soon is now?"

It was all that Vegan Brotherhood stuff that turned everyone off.

It was all that Vegan Brotherhood stuff that turned everyone off.

I think about this image every time I see an unusual animal.

I think about this image every time I see an unusual animal.

Casual cat superpowers

Casual cat superpowers

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Corto Maltese
Corto Maltese 
A wonderful German beer ad that was plastered all over Berlin when I visited recently. Look at this guy’s face! That expression is saying so many things.I asked a German friend to translate the ad and meaning. She came through:The Question “Wer wird Milieunär?” plays off the show “Wer wird Millionär?” the German version of “Who wants to be a millionaire?”. And the word “Milieunär” is a neologism of the german words Milieu (translates to “red light district”) and Millionär (millionaire).
This ad advertises a competition you can enter by collecting the beer caps, I guess. And who ever becomes the new “Milieunär” is the new “Kiezkönig” (king of the red light district in Hamburg). Since the beer is from Hamburg and thats where the most famous red light district of Germany is, they are advertising their competition with a pimp. Why not, right? They def. nailed it.
Oh, and his belt buckle is a roaring wildcat. Too good.

A wonderful German beer ad that was plastered all over Berlin when I visited recently.

Look at this guy’s face! That expression is saying so many things.

I asked a German friend to translate the ad and meaning. She came through:

The Question “Wer wird Milieunär?” plays off the show “Wer wird Millionär?” the German version of “Who wants to be a millionaire?”. And the word “Milieunär” is a neologism of the german words Milieu (translates to “red light district”) and Millionär (millionaire).

This ad advertises a competition you can enter by collecting the beer caps, I guess. And who ever becomes the new “Milieunär” is the new “Kiezkönig” (king of the red light district in Hamburg). Since the beer is from Hamburg and thats where the most famous red light district of Germany is, they are advertising their competition with a pimp. Why not, right? They def. nailed it.

Oh, and his belt buckle is a roaring wildcat. Too good.