Sunday, December 31, 2006

Breeding Santa Logs

Female Santa logs should be bred when they are 30 years old. The male Santa log is positioned atop the female until a strong woodsy smell is detected. The male is then removed from the logpile as aggressive females can harm them with their long, splinter-like teeth.

Log pups are born barkless, eyes closed and red Santa hats folded up. They do have their white Santa beards at birth.

Females only have 11 wormhole teats, so in the wild nearly half of the weaker log pups die off and are consumed by their siblings. Another 3-5 will be accidentally consumed by the male Santa log after bingeing on eggnog.

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Logs in Graphic Design

A log-themed design element can be a powerful tool for making your communication attention-getting and effective.

In this case, a simple illustration of a split log lends a ‘must-see’ urgency to a public safety sign containing vital monkey information.

The statement ‘Now monkeys are around here’ on a sign WITHOUT a log illustration is in clear danger of being ignored or misunderstood.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006