The Journal of Ephemeral Inspiration

The Journal of Ephemeral Inspiration promises a neverending spew of pointless minutae, brilliant yet useless ideas, troublingly cruel commentary and emphatic musings on whatever shiny object happens to catch our collective eye. Always remember, hate the game, not the playa.

Monday, June 06, 2005

The J.E.I. Seal Of Approval VII

Here we go again, it's another round of stream-panned gold nuggets from the muddy bacteria consumé that is the internet. All with the J.E.I. Seal of Approval stamped on their foreheads, and all more fun than a Baby Ruth in the Bushwood swimming pool.

  • Haunted Dimensions by Ray Keim
    Ray throws down some bad-ass paper model-fu and offers a free downloadable, fully-detailed paper model of the Haunted Mansion attraction in Walt Disney World. Even if you don't give a fig about Disney, this thing is awesome.
    Whether with Cub, Buck or The Lisa Marr Experiment, she rocks, and even better, you can download enough free MP3 files to create your own Lisa Marr retrospective CD. Listen to "The Boy With The Lou Reed Eyes" and you can thank us later.
  • Dave Devries's Monster Engine
    Holy shit, Dave, get out of our nightmares! Dave takes drawings of monsters and superheroes done by children and fleshes them out into some of the creepy-coolest paintings we've ever seen.
    Finally, a magazine that will tell us how to break our expensive electronic equipment. Though they're only on their second issue, the nerds at Make have already shown us how to make a $14 Steadicam rig, a functional R2-D2, and our own personal monorail. Walking from the J.E.I. offices to the parking lot was such a pain in the ass.

Well done, all. Insania Fragilis, Fectum Dubitabilis!

Also in this series...