The Extraordinary Tourist

Blog URL:http://theextraordinarytourist.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:art, travel, entertainment, life, humor, movies, technology, opinion, cats
Country:Australia
State/Province:South Australia
Location:Gawler

The personal blog of South Australian artist TET. Blogging about art, places, technology, life, entertainment, humor and more.



Latest Blog Posts



Recently I entered Sock It To Me's Design a Sock contest for 2017. The competition is an annual event allowing anyone to submit a fun, quirky, or whimsical sock design, with the winning designs going into production. There's also a sweet $2000 cash p...

I wasn't sure what to expect from Blade Runner 2049 as a sequel to 1982's Blade Runner. The trailers didn't really say much in terms of what the film was about, and I'm not a huge fan of Ryan Gosling. (I have no justification for not being a fan, he'...

My day 2 InkTober drawing.This year I've decided to participate in InkTober. If you haven't heard of it, InkTober began in 2009 and is a 31 day art challenge to draw one ink drawing everyday in October. Challenge creator and professional illustrator,...

Unisex T-shirt Skateboard Monkey.More info.Redbubble is an Australian, Print On Demand website that was founded in Melbourne, back in 2006, and has become a global choice for independent artists worldwide to sell prints of their work. I've had an onl...

First look at SpaceX Spacesuit.Photo: Elon Musk.Elon Musk gave the world a second sneak peak at the new SpaceX space suits they've been developing. According to him the suit is a fully tested working model.Whilst Mashable noted that the suits have a...

At age 47 I'm really starting to feel the aches and pains of a body that not only doesn't recover from injuries as fast as it used to but also is much easier to injure than it has been in the past.This is not a good thing for someone who still feels...

Hampstead, starring Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson, is a pleasant movie.It's an enjoyable tale that never gets too challenging emotionally, never gets too deep into any of its characters, and manages to have just enough quirky humor to provide a fe...