Stefan Sagmeister happily chimes on about storytelling. The business kind, not the fun kind.
Das EFX, Jussumen (Live at Summer Jam ’92), 1992
Fans who cannot bear to attend games of the Korea Baseball Organization’s last place team, the Hanwha Eagles, can have a robot with their own avatar stand in for them to cheer on the losing team. Called “Fanbots,” these mechanical motivators are used to start rallys and get the real live attendees to do the wave, or as it’s apparently known outside of North America, the “Mexican Wave.”
Paul Trillo’s new short film A Truncated Story of Infinity is a look at the endless amount of variations your day and life could have. Also, “Infinitude” is an amazing noun that is defined as “the state or quality of being infinite or having no limit.” Like Master P in space.
Scientifically Accurate Sonic The Hedgehog
A fan joins in the fun on the last leg of the Tour de France
In what can only be described as Scooby Doo meets T.V. Funhouse, Mike Tyson Mysteries is an animated series coming to Adult Swim this Fall. Based around a mystery-solving team that features Iron Mike, his adopted korean daughter, a dandy ghost, and a wise-partying pigeon voiced by Norm Macdonald, Mike Tyson Mysteries is a tip of the cap to the grown-up who grew up in the eighties.
Pour it on!
Ty Evans in Chomp On This
Zach Galifianakis and Ted Danson in Mistaken for Strangers: The Play
‘SKIN’ is a short film by Tom Gould that profiles Martyka ‘Skin Dog’ Brandt, one of the founding members of New Zealand’s most notorious gang, the Mighty Mongrel Mob.
NOT MINE by Guy Trefler… creating the new out of the used.
Attempting to keep the city clean of graffiti in 2010.
MC Lyte, Paper Thin, 1988
Krooked skateboards visits the studio of Geoff McFetridge, who created the artwork for their most recent Guest Artist deck
Jim Gaffigan on the sad lives of Whales
Paula Scher — A Woman of Identities