WALL•E Featurette

03 July 2008

New WALL•E Featurette with director Andrew Stanton among others.


17 June 2008


Hilarious. Brought to us by Digital Kitchen.

Reel Geezers

15 June 2008

Old people are great. Especially these ones.

Part of Radiohead’s Nude Remix contest. Video by James Houston. Bit more info here.


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Ira Glass

01 June 2008

Pretty inspiring advice from Ira GlassThis American Life. Via The Denver Egotist.

Mores McWreath

28 May 2008


Mores McWreath makes some great artwork.


23 May 2008


Behold people getting punched in the face in super slow motion. Yes!

William Lamson

22 May 2008


Brooklyn based artist William Lamson.
funny + brilliant stunt.

Tyler Stout

22 May 2008

The Thing by Tyler Stout

This wonderful 24″x36″ 5-color screen-printed poster was designed by Tyler Stout, commissioned by the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. Great illustrations and nice details, printing by D&L Screenprinting in Seattle. Be sure to check out his Blade Runner and Big Trouble in Little China designs. Unfortunately all three sold out.

Watching just one of Jodorowsky’s films is like viewing a thousand posters with a thousand visual puns hidden within. Bizarre and wonderful. I strongly recommend El Topo and The Holy Mountain. Here’s a bit more about his career:

He started his film career in Mexico with Fando y Lis (1968). The feature-length film debuted in Acapulco at the Film Festival and is famous for having incited a full scale riot there, requiring that Jodorowsky be smuggled out in a limousine.
El Topo (1970), a mystical Western, was his second film and is now considered a cult classic. John Lennon and Yoko Ono helped to arrange the film’s release and distribution in the United States through Beatles manager Allen Klein.Jodorowsky’s third film, La montaña sagrada (The Holy Mountain) (1973), was entirely financed by John Lennon and Yoko Ono. At a projected budget of US$1,500,000[citation needed], it was the most expensive Mexican film production to date. It has been suggested that The Holy Mountain may have been inspired by Rene Daumal’s surrealist novel Mount Analogu.