I've recently created a CafePress T-Shirt and Sundry Goods vending site in an attempt to get a few T-Shirt designs printed up. I've yet to purchase one of their shirts so have no idea what the quality will be like. You can visit the little shop at They're not that cheap, to be honest, but after using VistaPrint's online T-Shirt printing service I can only assume that they'll be on a higher quality substrate. The designs that are up there at the moment (only two!) are both DJ / Turntable related, reminding me that it's been a while since I had a mix or bought any new vinyl.

All A Question Of Time

Not that I've got two or three hours to waste playing ancient techno at a neighbour-annoying volume - work still needs to be done on my portfolio and with three other projects to complete by the end of the year, as well as freelancing at the studiolondon, my desire to use Photoshop creatively is diminished.

FARK Suggestion

Drew Curtis, in "It's Not News It's Fark: How Mainstream Media Tries to Pass Off Crap as News", tells how newspapers and magazines, when short of content, will create lists, such as Top Ten fish fingers, Top Ten Celebrity Cock Ups, and so on. It's been a while since such a list featured on this page, so I thought I'd give it a go:

Top Ten "HyperWeird" and not so weird links:

  1. I'd heard of Manichaeism, but had no idea what it was - this article provides a quick reference to it's doctrine and cosmogony, as far as anyone 17 centuries later can have an accurate view of dead people's beliefs. Thanks to the Catholic Encyclopedia. (I'd recommend checking their reference to 'Woman' to see how they can obfuscate any subject.)
  2. The Brick Testament. A lot of the bible is just plain wrong (although hilariously portrayed - the seduction of Lot, for example).
  3. The Abominable Charles Christopher - still the most beautiful dose of emotional surrealism on the web. Start with the archive!
  4. The Dekegasm continues. I think this one particular page could be taken as a statement of Deke McClelland - the original podcast - only out for a couple of years before release of episode 002!
  5. An easy to follow introduction to bookbinding.
  6. A useful link to the UK Copyright Service.
  7. Not enough people use this browser - Flock - download a copy today (it's Firefox with a shiny coat).
  8. Bad Science - Ben Goldacre's column for The Guardian.
  9. And that's 10!

This is the (valid!) web page of David Santorum and Nuisance Graphics / Fresh Cant Designs in the year of 2008.