Vintage Spirograph game 1968 No. 401 Canadian edition | Etsy
I LOVED Spirographe when I was a kid. It was and still is a great game. This vintage Spirograph is the Canadian edition made by Kenner. It used to have a little something extra : French instructions! The game is in great condition. Only one wheel is missing (number 64). The three remaining original pens dont want to work anymore (even if there is still plenty of ink inside) and the red cap is a bit broken. The red fitted storage tray has no cracks. The box has some writting one it and a…
80 Totally Awesome Things From The '80s
With all of the nostalgia going on around here lately, I was inspired to come up with my own list of retro-awesomeness. If you grew up in the '80s, this list is for you.
Taking that little extra time in the morning to get the perfect peg on your jeans.
Signs that you were raised in the greatest decade to be a kid: the '80s! Step aside, '90s kids. Just step aside.
Lite Brite City
I took this a while ago, but decided to post it to some new groups today since it's one of my more popular photos. Here is my entire Lite Brite Set . Simple Star software purchased the rights to this shot for to be used in their PhotoShow photo editing, organizing and album making software. They saw it here on Flickr and contacted me about using it. First photo I've ever sold, yay! My Latest , Best, Most Interesting and Random Sets. Kirpernicus
Peter Biskind on Heath Ledger
When Heath Ledger died a year and a half ago from an accidental mix of prescription drugs, he was deep into filming The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus with his friend and mentor, director Terry Gilliam. From Gilliam, the crew, and other insiders, the author gets an exclusive account of Ledger’s final months—a pressure cooker of arduous filmmaking, personal turmoil, and chronic insomnia—and of how the 28-year-old star’s last movie was rescued by a trio of friends: Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and…