31 ways to say F*CK OFF
Darryl Jenifer of Bad Brains fame kicks off a new season of Classic Tales with a story about why HR did two gigs duct-taped to a chair
The Ghostbusters Halloween Remix by Eclectic Method
Marcel the Shell is back! and he’s got a new book out.
I was a Skate Rat
“a brief meditation on the nature of how suburban nomadic skateboarders find each other, build communities – and as is often the case in adversarial environments – use every inch of their limitations and blank canvas, to breed ideas that influence the life of skateboarders every day. From the kick flip, to the kick tail, Floridians are responsible for scores of technical and cultural advancements – and they are all skate rats.”
Rodney Mullen in Plan B’s “Second Hand Smoke” (1994)
“Macbeth,” a Toiletpaper project for the Metropolitan Opera by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari.
Sounds by Alden Tyrell
Richard Mosse (of infrared photography fame) directed this short “Death Is Elsewhere” on the USS Theodore Roosevelt. Featuring the X-47B drone in maneuvers on the aircraft carrier, it’s an up close look at the beautiful design of one of the pilotless killers.
Bill Hader brings back “Inside SoCal” for another episode on SNL
The Mystery of Morganna: The Kissing Bandit
Pole Position Sports Bar in Tacoma, Washington is situated right next to a strip club called Fox’s. Since visitors are not allowed to drink in nudie bars in Washington State, the bathroom architects at Pole Position made a legendary move by adding a peephole above one of the urinals in the men’s restroom. Thereby enabling imbibing patrons to gaze straight into the flesh den, and in turn solidifying its status as one of the best bar bathrooms in the world.
A Brief History of Melancholy
Jake Fried returns with another hand-drawn experimental animation using ink, white-out, coffee and collage.
In this film by Errol Morris, the Irish Rocker talks about the formation of the charity supergroup Band Aid.
“Cody Hudson & The Art of the Side Hustle” a 2-part documentary by Jared Eberhard for Vans.
Cody Hudson has a day job as a graphic designer and is also a creative collaborator with several independent brands. He discusses a need to create art even if no one sees it. Cody tours his studio and the city of Chicago, highlighting examples of his favorite work.
Jeremy Klein in the Birdhouse “Ravers” video (1993)
Saul Steinberg’s 404-inch drawing from 1954 comes to life in this video trailer for a new Nieves publication