11.14.2010

Fandom


This guy is remaking the Jonny Quest title sequence in stop-motion animation. The technical term for this is "unbelievably rad."


11.13.2010

Looking through different eyes


Portlander Linda Buechler has been creating sly art for more than 30 years. She has started posting some of her work online. Take a look.


11.12.2010

Maybe you've been coming on too stroganoff

I'm laughing inappropriately while I should be working... but it's a Friday, so to hell with it! These are just too funny not to share. Some of my personal fav's so far:



11.05.2010

Whimpering, not banging.

#8 (sort of) of 8.

Summer Hitz 20XX is also not available online. As a poor substitute, here's the trailer for the festival at which all these short films were presented.

11.04.2010

Then God is Seven

#7 of 8, Stargate SG-47719, is not available online. Here's some other weirdness by the artist instead.

11.03.2010

Who Wants Six?

#6 of 8: The Unclothed Man in the 35th Century

11.02.2010

A friend called Five


#5 of 8: Whose Toes
http://www.animateprojects.org/films/by_date/2010/whose


Too Much Portland


I already worry daily that I'll be deported from this city for not having any tattoos. Now I have to roast my own coffee? Getdafuckouttaheah!


The 100 Best Signs At The Rally To Restore Sanity And/Or Fear


I wasn't there (I bet it was a blast) but as I'm sure many of you have, I've been very interested in the excitement and utterly disappointed by the misconstrued fallout and media's utter inability to even understand what was supposed to be going on, much less how to cover it as a news event.

What I do know though, is that I got a serious kick out of this photo collection of the various signs people brought with them to Rally To Restore Sanity (and/or Fear).

Worth a look, regardless of your affiliation.

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