Saturday, May 12, 2007
The display includes a life-sized siver surfer figure riding his board in a crouched position. The back drop seems to depict a large building through which the Surfer has just passed. The backdrop is printed and wrapped below the statue in such a way to create the illusion that the Surfer is gliding down the face of the building. One really cool thing about the display is that the statue is supported from the rear end of the board only. This gives the convincing illusion that the statue is floating in mid-air.
Man, I'd love to get a hold of this display. Of course, I don't know how I'd get it home, or where I'd put it once I did. But seriously, wouldn't you want this?!
Monday, April 30, 2007
UVSC student Shawn Curran, whose stage name is "Definite," was on stage for a good majority of the night performing his songs and songs with other acts as well. He did songs with Mike Moore and Ike Rush from the group Hallways.
The highlight of the night was when the band Wreck Room played some of Definite's songs live. Shane Curran played bass for Wreck Room and he hit every note during the performance. The songs they were playing were all produced by Definite and most were off of his last CD, Hearing for the Def.
When Wreck Room was rocking out with some hip-hop tracks, it was lively and it added a whole new feel to the show. They were definitely energetic and entertaining.
Saturday, February 17, 2007
I don't know what company manufactured this, but it's marked with a logo that says "eOne". That could be the name of the company or just the name of the model, I don't know.
I'm interested to find out when this was released. It's got to be the most blatant "legitimate" rip-off of an apple product I've ever seen.
Thursday, February 01, 2007
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