Friday Links!From Steven Davis, and this is just fantastic: Peludópolis: A Lost Animated Film. Next, and this is an excellent video, it's Hiding in Plane Sight: Craftsmanship and Design: Fluxible 2013.
From Wally, and this is very clever: Proofreader's Marks. Next, and this guy is brilliant, because it's a guaranteed way to advance his skill level quickly: This artist watched a movie a day for a year and drew them all. Just wait for it: Toot toot. These guys should have just been named "The Tall Guard": Old Guard. Free issues, and if this is an area of interest, this is a happy day for you: Wargame Design Magazine (free downloads). If you've never read anything about WWII (and post-war) rationing, prepare to be stunned: Rationing in the United Kingdom. These pictures are just incredible: Eryri yn yr hydref // Snowdonia in autumn.
From C. Lee, and I wondered about this: The Impossibly Complex Art of Designing Eyes. Clearly, this is genius: The goose is loose! Video shows off swan smartphone-holder, the ultimate hands-free device.
From Griffin Cheng, and these are utterly beautiful: Japan Hakone Marquetry.
This is quite a story about someone who seems like a genuine guy: Ex-Seahawk Marshawn Lynch is never far from teammates’ memories.
From Roger Robar, and this is both hilarious and very NSFW: State of Georgia Vs. Denver Fenton Allen | Rick and Morty | Adult Swim.
From DF Prosser, and this is amazing: Engineers design ultralow power transistors that could function for years without a battery.
Ending the week with two links. First, a sad but magnificent piece of writing: The Writer Who Was Too Strong To Live. Second, and it's probably not how you remember it: The Reason For Your Halloween Candy Paranoia.