Wikipedia’s Greatest Sex Illustrator Is an Anonymous Legend

His style is unmistakable, and nearly as striking as his subject matter: Clean vector graphics, gradient colors, blank and ominous backgrounds.

 

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Across Wikipedia, dozens of articles on sex–from missionary position to mammary intercourse–are adorned by strikingly graphic illustrations from the same mysterious illustrator. Here, we’ve collected a few of the artist known only as Seedfeeder’s greatest works.

Anyone who remains anonymous is forever a mystery. That’s the allure. Seedfeeder will be remembered and remain part of history long after others who took credit for their work are forgotten.Their images may live on – but their names won’t. In the long run Seedfeeder may be remembered longer than those who have names.

 

What Would Buffy Do?

It’s a silly blog title. I’m not even posting about Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Sarah Michelle Geller, not really. I just keep looking at her picture on a book cover as I sit here at my nephew’s computer. He has two Buffy books on his desk.

I found this great swirling snowflake background image which I want to save. Thought this was as easy as emailing it to myself. I’m more likely to find it here versus forgetting it in my swamp of email.

I should be home again tomorrow. Almost a week of babysitting. Stretched longer cause they are supposed to be sanding the drywall in the basement and there is a lot of dust. Unless they clean up after themselves there will still be a lot of dust when I am back tomorrow but I guess the idea is that it will have settled by then.

I just want to sleep in my own bed again rather than the couch here. I want my computer too. I wonder if the milk I just bought for coffee will still be any good by the time I get back. All these little things that make a life.

Desktop Meme

Desktop Meme from The Nocturnal Blogger

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My Desktop Free View Instruction:
A. Upon receiving this tag, immediately perform a screen capture of your desktop.It is best that no icons be deleted before the screen capture so as to add to the element of fun. You can do a screen capture by:

[1] Go to your desktop and press the Print Scrn key (located on the right side of the F12 key).

[2] Open a graphics program (like Picture Manager, Paint, or Photoshop) and do a Paste (CTRL + V).

[3] If you wish, you can “edit” the image, before saving it.

B. Post the picture in your blog. You can also give a short explanation on the look of your desktop just below it if you feel like doing it. Tell us why you decided to choose this picture.

I’m not tagging anyone. Have fun with it if you feel inspired.

Not My Last Post

I don’t want my last blog post to be a suggestive thing about men… so (should I get hit by a bus on the way to work today) here for your viewing are the blue snowflakes to go along with the red snowflakes which I’m currently using as a blog background. Now you can see why I picked the red ones. Though, red is my favourite colour and I was leaning towards them even before I began the whole snowflake project.