November 2005

I’ve been wanting to post this for ages, but it’s decidedly NSFW factor had been keeping us from sharing with you this supremely funny animated clip from Ken McIntyre (of Leave it To Bush and Super Retarded Dog fame) and comedy troupe The B Squad (see the Valtrex post).  According to the clip itself, it’s part of a larger film called Puberty: The Movie, but even by itself ’What’s Happening To My Genitals‘ is soda-spewing-from-the-nose funny.

Bonus points for having Amy Sedaris (of Strangers With Candy fame) doing the main voice. 

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In addition to a very clever (and eye-catching) theme, this spot plays to the more baser instincts of the internet crowd.  Talk about knowing your audience! Napster nails it with this spot.

This may well cross the line into NSFW territory…

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Ah, sweet sweet cable access television!  Bottomless is your well of WTF-ery!

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No, not Encyclopedia Brown.  I mean the other encyclopedia kid; you know, the insufferable one with the red shirt and the mullet..

No, there’s no point to this beyond the nostalgia factor.

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Need an 80’s music video fix, but would rather claw your own eyes out than watch VH1?  Dig on Discotech 80s-x for a cornocopica of streaming nostalgia goodness!

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Here’s a cool piece of technology/art: The Reactive Cube, a visual medium gadget that uses 3-D projection through specialized fluid to interact in some cool ways.

Pics and video clips lay within! 

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Here’s some illustrated joy from artist Chris Mostyn.

Monkeys fighting robots?  How could I not post this?

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Another great Spike Jonze clip, this time it’s a musical take for Levis….

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Here’s a fun clip for The Gap from Spike Jonez

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The Gift

by alphamonkey on November 29, 2005 · 0 comments

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Damn those students in Vancouver are talented. Here is yet another animation, The Gift, from the Vancouver Film School.

I’m glad they are so willing to share their extraordinary work.

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