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GANksy, the A.I. street artist

I trained a StyleGAN2 neural network on street art but ended up creating something totally new that generates dark and twisted imagery in its own unique style. The full-size 'signed' digital artwork is for sale to support producing more VOLE.wtf nonsense.
posted by malevolent on Oct 14, 2020 - 0 comments

Woof Hampers

WOOF! Gift hampers filled with tough toys and yummy treats for big dogs, small dogs, and puppies too, just in time for the holiday season. They make great gifts for your pooches, or deliver dog joy to a canine friend. [more inside]
posted by DarlingBri on Nov 30, 2016 - 2 comments


Send me an email with your manuscript attached, and I'll print it out and mail it to your publisher for you. [more inside]
posted by jsturgill on Jan 27, 2014 - 5 comments

A mattress company that I helped create

The company, Saatva, is making buying a mattress less painful. You get an ultra premium eco friendly mattress without the hassle/salesmen associated with a traditional mattress store. On top of that we offer a 30 day home trial with no restocking/return fees. Let us know what you think. Note: I posted this here before, but we have really matured since then.
posted by kbrower3 on Aug 23, 2011 - 2 comments

ecommr, e-commerce design & interface element gallery

I am a developer in the e-commerce world and I often found myself looking for design patterns of common interface elements on e-commerce stores. I had screenshots of add to cart buttons, color/size pickers, and checkout forms but I had no where to share them. I built this gallery site to share individual elements that I think are inspirational or worthy of reference and I hope it can be a useful resource to other designers, developers, and information architects. [more inside]
posted by tommccabe on Mar 26, 2011 - 2 comments

Saatva - An Online Only Luxury Mattress Store

I am the lead developer at Saatva and we recently launched our mattress store. The idea is that since we sell exclusively online and don't have the usual costs(retail space, salesmen), we can offer a much better product for a much lower price. What do you think?
posted by kbrower3 on Aug 30, 2010 - 1 comment

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