How to Be a Dad

How to Be a Dad


Clouds – Scrabble Scribble #1 (a father and son collaboration)

Posted by on September 10th, 2013, under SNAPSHOTS

  I recently discovered some “urban art” my 4yo son made on the side of our house and posted a picture of the two graffitied characters. It sparked an idea. I’d like to think it’s me and my son, except he doesn’t look too thrilled. I’d always wanted to do a comic strip, so the […]

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Bad Product Idea #12: BeDoodlers Sleepy-Time Skin Markers (For Adults)

Posted by on February 26th, 2013, under INSTRUCTIONAL DIAGRAMS

Picture it. The little ones have finally stopped talking and moving and mess-making and… needing. They’re finally sleeping like the rocks you now feel like you’ve been bombarded with. But after the kid-valanche, things can seem startlingly slow. A little boring even. Don’t turn to a screen to chill out and wind down, though. BeDoodle […]

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Super Minimalist Hero!

Posted by on August 3rd, 2012, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

Have you ever heard of Bloop? Yes, it’s the sound your computer makes if you live in 1982 or the sound of the antacids you put in your morning tequila. But it’s also the sound of awesome in an artistic form. Last week, we posted this: But I wanted to know if they were available […]

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Fatherhood Fridays #2

Posted by on June 3rd, 2011, under EXTERNAL USE ONLY

Our last “Fatherhood Friday” didn’t explode the way we wanted, but maybe today’s “External Use Only” will be full of WIN sauce. If you’re going to learn anything from How To Be A Dad, let’s try this. Again. We present to you today’s Fatherhood Friday: Reading + Scaring x Crazy = Learning? 1. The Creepiest […]

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I Can Has Sidewalk Art

Posted by on April 27th, 2011, under SNAPSHOTS

The same day I ran across “I Heart Poop”, I stumbled on this little zen proverb of literalness. Someone has a deathgrip on the obvious and I love it. It’s a post-modern, retro, neo-classical, avant-garde comment on sidewalk art… …I wanted to write, ” I know”, next to it.

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