Second Skin [is a documentary that] takes an intimate look at computer gamers whose lives have been transformed by the emerging genre of Massively Multiplayer Online games (MMOs). [more inside] posted by Dave Faris at 7:39 PM PST - 29 comments
Mark Liu's Fly Fishing Art.....Mark is both an artist and a photographer, with a love of the outdoors, and of fly fishing.
In addition to his paintings linked in the title, Mark also has a blog dedicated to his fishing related photography.
One of the neat aspects of Mark's site is his offer to send you free art if you take a kid fishing!
If, like me, you're stuck in a long winter of ice and snow, these paintings and photos will provide a few moments of vicarious fishing! Enjoy! posted by HuronBob at 7:33 PM PST - 5 comments
The talk show host, Miss Oprah Winfrey is illegally invading my privacy to promote show ideas on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Further, each time I gather evidence of proof, she pays people with her talk show earnings money to bribe them to destroy evidence. Many more complaints to the FCC about selected tv shows here. posted by oxford blue at 5:28 PM PST - 77 comments
There have been a few husband/wife teams in the art world. Nothing has impressed me as much as the work of Jorge Rodriguez Gerada and Ana Alvarez-Errecalde. Their work stands alone, but complements each other. Check out Ana's video of some of Jorge's work. Or some of her own work (NSFW). Or read an interview and see some of Jorge's work. posted by conifer at 2:32 PM PST - 6 comments
Los Angeles! he walks again by night......out of the smog, into the fog. Relentlessly -- ruthlessly -- ("I wonder where Ruth is?") -- doggedly! ("Woof woof!" *)
For the past 42 years the Firesign Theatre, the best comedy group of the 1960's, has been putting their art in cans from Canada to Kashmir. Up for the Grammy in 1998 and 2001, Firesign at their best combined clever, multilayered writing with pitch-perfect satirical performances as Rocky Rococco, Ralph Spoilsport, Art Holeflaffer, Hemlock Stones, Uh Clem and Barney, and many more. Back in the day, it would have been astonishing if at least one of your peers couldn't recite all of The Further Adventures of Nick Danger, Third Eye, including the sound effects. [more inside] posted by Guy_Inamonkeysuit at 12:16 PM PST - 91 comments