Mad Quickes 11.25
Hello friends and neighbors. Brian here, filling in for Seelix while she is on a secret mission. The only thing I can tell you about it is that it involves NASA, lasers, a rocket propelled grenade and tapioca. We’ll be putting up a Kickstarter for her bail money shortly.
Forthwith, Your Monday Quickies.
- This blows my mind and is SO well done: Bob Dylan’s ‘Like A Rolling Stone’ presented as if you are flipping through different shows on TV, with the stars all lip-syncing along. Programs include a home shopping show, those twin brothers from HGTV, Pawn Stars, The BBC, a live video version of WTF with Marc Maron, The Price is Right with Drew Carey and more. It’s so damned cool.
- Does the visual language of comics have its roots in the ice age? -Via Jennifer Ouellette
- From our friends at Symbiartic, tips on how to get started as a science artist.
- This is incredible. Listen to da Vinci’s “Piano-Cello”, played for the very first time. (Designed by da Vinci, it was never known to have been built, until now.)
- Photoshop’s “Content-aware fill” makes some interesting things happen when it screws up.
- We’ve been waiting for this all of our lives: A ranking of the most fashionable Cosby Sweaters, ever. -Via K. Savage
- Without comment: Penguins chasing butterflies.
- Also without comment, and I will NOT qualify its inclusion in any way: Mr Rogers learns how to breakdance. -Via Sheldon Helms