Here's an amazing tapestry of Hitchcock iotacons from Johnnie G.!
Here's a Star Trek TNG cross-stitch from Wendymoon!
Here's a couple lego iotacons from hjus!
Here's a patchwork placemat Chewbacca iotacon from smonkey!
Here is a cross-stitch of iotacon Dracula from caitlinjane.com!
Monday, March 21, 2011
TOP ROW: PLANET OF THE APES: Landon, Dodge, Nova, Taylor, Dr. Zaius, Cornelius, Zira, Julius.
SECOND ROW: BENEATH THE PLANTE OF THE APES: Bomb Worshipper, Mendez, Brent, Taylor, Dr. Zaius, Cornelius, Zira, General Ursus.
THIRD ROW: ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE APES: Armando, Dr. Otto Hasslein, Dr. Stephanie Branton, Dr. Lewis Dixon, Milo, Cornelius, Zira, Dr. Milo.
FOURTH ROW: CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES: Armando, Kolp, Governor Breck, MacDonald, Caesar, Lisa, Gorilla Revolutionaries.
FIFTH ROW: BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES: Mendez, Governor Kolp, Abe, MacDonald, Caesar, Virgil, General Aldo, The Lawgiver.
Posted by Andy Rash at 8:52 AM
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Hi everybody! Do you think a collection of iotacons would make a good book? Let's say you're in a bookstore and you see a little 6" square book of iotacons. What would make you want to give it to somebody?
A book of quizzes (like the one above) with answers in the back? A specific category for the book, like Movies of the 90's? Genres like sci-fi or horror, or collections of movies by a single director? Should it be historical, like the Presidents or WWII?
Lots of people have been making crafts based on these illustrations. Cross-stitch, quilts, mosaics, etc. Should that be the focus of a book? How? Should the book come with a box of tiny square magnets so you can make these on your fridge?
Should an iotacon book be narrative? Some kind of 8-bit adventure?
I'd appreciate any comments. Thanks for visiting!
Posted by Andy Rash at 9:49 AM