The other day I spotted a very handsome shoulder bag of brown leather with a red stripe. I want to own one just like it. I wasn't able to ask the owner where he got it, but I was able to spot the manufacturer's logo. It looks like a heart, split down the middle into two lobes, and lying on its side. I've drawn a very crude version of it here
It looks faintly familiar to me -- does anyone recognize it? And in general, is there a good resource somewhere for looking up logos?
posted by Eater
on Jan 21, 2009 -
There's a book I read about 8 years ago I'm trying to identify. I can't remember the title. It was a thick paperback, a blue cover with possibly a butterfly on it. But here's the weird thing
about this book, which is why I am hoping someone can help me - it was written by two people, and they were only identified by their first names on the cover.
I had never seen that before. On the cover, it was like, "Edward & Judy" or something like that. Weird, huh? [more inside]
posted by Sully
on Jan 16, 2009 -
Please help me identify this old song. There are no vocals, but lots of trumpets. It's a smoky standard that they often play in the movies when there is stripping, like on a stage. [more inside]
posted by Sully
on Dec 7, 2008 -
Does anyone know the theme music for the Canadian Fashion TV show ? (you know , with Jeannie Becker). It was used thru the 90's, I'm sure it was taken from an exisitng tune. They didnt reply to my email about it.
posted by canoehead
on Oct 20, 2008 -
Can you help me remember this barely remembered cartoon from my childhood? A community of alien looking people live on a floating island and go out in flying boats to catch flying whales. Every so often one of them would turn blue and die, and they would throw him down a well. The well was actually a hole passing through the island and as the body fell it would turn into a new sky whale. Any ideas?
posted by Artw
on Oct 17, 2008 -
An old RTS game from the early 90s, took place in space. Controlled mother ship, collected blobs of stuff.
More info inside. [more inside]
posted by Tachoh
on Oct 10, 2008 -
What is the song in this video
? Sounds like some sort of string-based (violin?) instrumental hip-hop.
posted by archagon
on Sep 13, 2008 -
What are the words to this Sesame Street Song?
- We hear "Everybody loves [something], as sure as [something] loves [something], and googling for lyrics isn't helping fill in the blanks.
posted by Artw
on Sep 6, 2008 -
I'm hoping to find and own this stuffed animal. It is a large eyed orange thing with arms, legs, and a small tuff of dark hair on top of its head. Any ideas on who makes or sells it? [more inside]
posted by Feisty
on Aug 18, 2008 -
IDaBookFilter: I'm looking for the name of a female fantasy author whose last name is around the end of the alfabet. One of her books is a parallel world version of the French Revolution, another has the protagonist infiltrating a sect. Bonus points for another book inside!
posted by snoogles
on Aug 3, 2008 -
Can anybody help me identify a comic I read around 30 years ago (yes, I know, but it was really good, hence this request).
It was one of those American “fantastic tales/stories” (don’t remember the actual title) and as I remember the stories were from the 1950’s -1960’s. The strongest story was about a somewhat put upon geeky chap, a genius scientist whose life is dominated by an alpha male type. This man steals his ideas and become successful on the back of the scientists groundbreaking theories. Anyway, for some reason, the alpha male is not able to care for his newborn son, and our scientist offers to care for the boy. The twist is that the scientist uses the infant as a guinea pig to test his theories on nature/nurture, and the infant ends up looking exactly like the geeky scientist and not our obnoxious alpha male. Ok, ok, this may not sound that great a story but it had a big impact on me as a kid, and would love to find the comic if I can. Any ideas?
posted by ricardo
on Jul 30, 2008 -
please help identify this "young adults" sci-fi-ish novel - "I'm an Est, for Ests are best, down to their sodding woollen vests"... [more inside]
posted by russm
on Jun 8, 2008 -
When my roommate moved out last week, she left some things behind for me and the new roommate. Among those things was an Object I found in one of the kitchen cupboards -- and when we found it, me, my new roommate, and his father studied it for a full three minutes, and we cannot figure out what this object actually is. [more inside]
posted by EmpressCallipygos
on Jun 4, 2008 -
On BBC Radio 6 a few days ago, probably sometime late at night or early in the morning in British time (I was listening in the afternoon in the US) they were playing a concert recording of an artist who’s volcal style resembled a less coherent Amy Winehouse. One of the songs used part of tchaichovskys Romeo and Juliet for a hook, and it was all mostly soul/R&B type music. Any ideas what it was?
posted by Artw
on May 27, 2008 -
Can anyone tell me where this
picture was taken? The photo was taken in Europe during the 70's by my parents. they think it might have been somewhere in Germany, but Denmark and Sweden are also potential options.
posted by nanhey
on May 18, 2008 -
Help identify a (most likely European) comic with Von Daniken style ancient astronauts that I vaguely remember from childhood. [more inside]
posted by Artw
on May 15, 2008 -
Can anyone give me any background info on this
posted by mand0
on Apr 30, 2008 -
Can you identify this music video about a boombox's rise to and fall from fame? [more inside]
posted by burnmp3s
on Apr 20, 2008 -
Can you identify this face
? It's part of a clue in a treasure hunt. There are numerous hints that the man might be French, and/or a composer or organist. Or a philosopher. Anyway, see if this photo rings a bell. Thanks!
posted by jsbww
on Apr 18, 2008 -
Collective unconscious filter: Who is this
and where is she from? That is all, thank you.
posted by Zinger
on Apr 14, 2008 -
I am trying to identify/verify the existence of a legend told to me by a friend. Goes something like this: [more inside]
posted by andreinla
on Apr 10, 2008 -
Can someone identify a British (I assume) musical comedy bit from the 1960s or 1970s that's nothing more than a several minutes-long introduction of the members of the most bizarre band in the world? [more inside]
posted by CommonSense
on Apr 10, 2008 -
I am looking for a person who lived in North Hollywood, CA in 1946. I have a specific address, but have exhausted all methods that I can think of (i.e., online databases, city records, interview of neighbors, etc.). Any other ideas?
posted by gm2007
on Apr 5, 2008 -
I recently saw the "Beatles LOVE" show in Vegas and was absolutely blown away. I now have the DVDA disc but am trying to identify all the songs mashed into it by Sir George Martin. Here's a clip I am particularly interested in.
posted by crazyray
on Mar 30, 2008 -
I'm trying to identify a song I heard on the radio. It might be CocoRosie or Nouvelle Vague, but I might be wrong. [more inside]
posted by Orbitalmovment
on Mar 15, 2008 -
From whence the phrase "oohh, not in the broccoli" spoken in a stereotype ESL japanese speaker accent? [more inside]
posted by Mitheral
on Mar 8, 2008 -
I remember reading this sci-fi book a long while ago, but I can't remember anything easily googleable. Can anyone help identify it? [more inside]
posted by flatluigi
on Feb 10, 2008 -
What was this Meat Beat Manifesto song with a long voice sample talking about prison life? [more inside]
posted by ostranenie
on Jan 9, 2008 -
Can you help me figure out what model of Ford Pick-up truck these parts can fit? (links to large pictures of parts and serial numbers inside) [more inside]
posted by ShawnStruck
on Jan 3, 2008 -
Identifyfilter: What kind of mold is this on the tomato
? What else can you tell me about that kind of mold? I'm curious partly because it's so pretty and also because I'd like to put the picture on Wikipedia as an example of...whatever it is.
posted by dreamyshade
on Dec 30, 2007 -