Tag Archives: art
Bill Watterson: It’s always better to leave the party early. If I had rolled along with the strip’s popularity and repeated myself for another five, 10 or 20 years, the people now “grieving” for “Calvin and Hobbes” would be wishing … Continue reading
This would make quite the tattoo…if my right buttock wasn’t already reserved for Bender B. Rodriguez’s swanky visage. And before you make fun of me for choosing a foul-mouthed, cigar-smoking robot over, say, a naked beach babe packing a machine … Continue reading
(Via deviantART.) Dude wearing Metallica T-shirt secretly yearns to scream “dahring dahring prease!” along with quartet of teenage anime girls. The Internet strikes again.
(Via deviantART.) Says Emily: “Hi, my name is stereotype and this is my dog.” Says me: “Oh, you are so +watched.” In an online art community context, not in a lurk-in-the-bushes-outside-your-house kind of way. Really.
I don’t care if you wrap an overcoat around him and stick a pipe in his clamp, R2-D2 still looks like a (darling) steampunked trash can: But at least he’s a sharp-dressed trash can. Which is more than I can … Continue reading
It rains inside my house everyday. How come the Glue Society’s is art, but mine’s merely a shitbox? Oh, wait. It’s because I pay to live here.
Scott Bain’s explanation: Once the stuff of science fiction, today flying and crawling insects are used by the military, fitted with audio and video devices. This exhibition experiments using real taxidermy beetles as mechanised shells, to show how we mistreat … Continue reading
My last blog post is woefully out-of-date, I know. And this one is little more than a placeholder until I can get that new SuperMegaNet episode posted tonight. I’d planned on posting yesterday, but Director Sean took over my office … Continue reading