“Pot Reporter Overdoses On His Own Medicine”

Edibles, the scourge of the dessert table.

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Scooby Doo! in the Black Lodge

scooby-doo-black-lodge-twin-peaks

So that happened.

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Morning Dose of I AM ART

HA. An animated short by David Stodolny.

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Morning Dose of Learn To Say F**k You to the World

Rancid takes a four-page letter Sol LeWitt wrote to fellow sculptor Eva Hesse and turns it into a song.

Produced by Aaron Rose

Adventures of Christopher Bosh in the Multiverse!

Craze.

Morning Dose of Remember When

Would’ve preferred the Gummi Bears dude singing this…

The Game Parade

Honet for Louis Vuitton

Morning Dose of Metal Spiderwebs

A song from Black Mold, animated by Chad VanGaalen.

Morning Dose of Basketball Cats

ADHD reincarnates Thunder Cats… sort of.

From The Archives: An Interview and Studio Visit With Bill Plympton

Every morning Bill Plympton wakes up at six, goes to his drawing board, gets a piece of bond and a No. 2 pencil and sits down to the business of animating the indelible, noirish figures that have garnered cult status as Plymptoons. What began in high school with drawings of bugs and plants for the Portland Yellow Pages has grown into an empire that encompasses political cartoons, animated shorts, features, advertisements, music videos (his first for Madonna; his latest for Kanye), and a forthcoming Rizzoli book (Independently Animated: Bill Plympton) with a Terry Gilliam forward. Along the way he’s filled his shelves full of awards, not to mention earned two Oscar nods. On the eve of the release of his latest feature, Idiots & Angels, we caught up with the industrious illustrator at his Chelsea studio to talk about the new feature, working with Kanye (vs. Weird Al), and what’s really going down on the animator groupie circuit.

—Michael Slenske

photographs by David Potes

Future Travel

The Layzell Brothers x ADHD

Morning Dose Of Fraggles & Death

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“What’s wrong with being fat? That’s what I want to know.”

Jim Morrison on Why Fat is Beautiful

Morning Dose of Abstract Animation

Kou Kou by Takashi Ohashi

“”Kou kou” is a visual work based on an abstract animation synchronized with a song comprising the unique syllabic sounds of the Japanese language, without actually using any full words.

“I don’t draw what I see. I draw what I wish to see.””

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Lunchtime Laughter

Every Videogame from The Simpsons

And This Is The Craziest Music Video You’ll Watch Today

Kleenex Girl Wonder, “NUBS”

Directed by Greg and Fake

Morning Dose of a Perfect Holiday

A stop-motion Playmobil surf film for the win

Sex, Drugs, and Hacksaw Jim Duggan

The Iron Sheik’s story.

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Morning Dose of Gator Behavior

Andy Rementer for Lacoste Live SS13

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