On Kickstarter, even though I don’t really like Troma movies this looks great: Movies of the Future With Lloyd Kaufman: A Movie About an Underground Film Icon.
RIP Dennis Hopper, a great one
Tao, when you are 73, I hope you get arrested for shoplifting from American Apparel: Seniors. (And I mean that with the greatest affection.)
Last May, Blake posted a short meditation on video game art, particularly Jason Rohrer’s Passage, and how the constraints Rohrer and others write under can create new experiences in video games. If you liked that post, consider watching Simon Cottee‘s pixel art documentary, which explores how and why the pixel style has moved beyond indie video games and into visual art, music, and so on. Makes me miss my NES.
I’m going to become a millionaire when I invent an invisible, self-directed, ambulatory device that slaps people’s stock phrases right out of their mouths. (Even mine. Especially mine.) “At this point in time.” “To be completely honest.” I had a crazy boss who would always ask for the “quick and dirty version” of something or the “soup to nuts version” of it. That was kind of entertaining, though.
My creature will look like Big Dog, except invisible and with a smacking hand.