May 2005

Here’s a clever little short about the trials and tribulations of lunch time.

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Here’s a great little ad for the Nintendo DS.  Oh, the possibilities.  Frankly, I think this kid is wasting it.

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Everyone has that one look they try to use for every picture, but I’ve never seen anyone so adept at it as this girl.

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Context Free

by alphamonkey on May 31, 2005

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Context Free is a freeware app (for Win/Mac/Posix) that uses a set of non-deterministic rules to create complex shapes out of simple symbols.  I’ve been playing with this thing all night, now.  Download it and impress the hell out of your designer friends.

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Dear England:

WTF? Seriously. 

Love, Transbuddha.

Yes, the stupid Axle F remix that uses the Crazy Frog noise (which itself is taken from the Insanity Test) has hit #1 on the UK Pop Singles Charts

Way to go, England. 

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This sportswear ad is a great update on all those ‘streaker at the soccer match’ vids the internet was designed for.

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Reviews of Law & Order: The Third Year, Airwolf: Season One, and Batman the Animated Series: Season 3 are up at RazorFine today! 

Check the Law & Order review for a chance to win your own copy of the DVD set, or you can just E-mail us here with your name, mailing address and your pitch for what should be the next Law & Order spin-off (serious or not).  We’ve got a couple copies to giveaway, so give it a whirl.  (Seriously.  These DVDs are just piling up.  I can barely see the monitor)

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So you’re sitting around the house, there’s nothing on TV, and you don’t fee like going out.  Why not illustrate every page of Thomas Pynchon’s famed Gravity’s Rainbow?  Well, Zach Smith beat you to it, lazy-bones. 

Holy crap, that’s one massive project.  As much as I hate, hate, hate that book I must admit no small degree of awe.

Smith has a great mixed-media style, and his drawings have this minimalist comic-book feel I really dig. 

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Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could summon UFOs?  Not those big honking world destroyer types, just cute little Close Encounters types of UFOs.  I think that’d get real old real quick, but here’s a guy who says he can, and some local news station got it on tape.



Prophet Yahweh, master of UFOS

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It’s trying, we know.  You want to feel like you’re getting your art fix, but you still crave the inane and banal highlights of celebrity gossip.  Thankfully, Gallery of the Absurd has heard your plea.  Great art on no-so-great subjects.

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