Weekend Links: Llama Lovin’
Jen Osborne for Colors No. 83—Happiness: A Survival Guide
Therapy dogs are so last week. The hip, new animal on the scene is the therapy llama, two of which have been employed by a Washington state rehabilitation center to provide comfort to mostly elderly residents recovering from illness.
If the llamas aren’t enough, pictures from alpaca shearing day in Germany should do the trick.
This Rube Goldberg machine music video for A-Trak & Tommy Trash’s “Tuna Melt” spans the whole interior of a house to get from Point A to Point B. Whether or not you’re into electronica, the video is worth watching for the toast dominoes and underwater sequence alone.
Whoever Oren is, he’s a lucky man: animator Leigh Lahav recreated the opening credits of her husband’s favorite TV shows in an impressively elaborate digital birthday card that makes the most deluxe Hallmark greeting look like scrap paper.
The New York City Metrocard has been around for about twenty years, but its iconic blue and yellow design might be due for a makeover. Graphic designer Melanie Chernock’s vision for the Metrocard involves more fun colors and fonts for a card that’s as fashionable and functional as the city itself.
How much food can a fiver buy? Depends what (beer, coffee beans, Big Macs) and where (India, France, USA).
In this series of photos, Slovenian psychologist and amateur photographer Matej Peljhan helps a boy with muscular dystrophy climb, jump, play, and dance.