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New Gif: Floating Head of Doom

  This new piece is comprised of fewer images, and all together simpler than my earliest from this series. It is though, composed of some of the first…

bob elliott, bob and ray

Influences, Part 2: Bob Elliott, Magical Realism & Hiding Your Hand

Following up on my post about David Bowie In 1946 radio broadcaster Bob Elliott teamed up with Ray Goulding, and for the next five decades the duo crafted…

richard case art (remixed)

Influences Part 1: David Bowie, Cut-up Writing

No matter what genre of music, film, or art you like, the number artists and creative celebrities passing since the start of 2016 has been staggering. Putting the…

millions of unusual creatures lurking everwhere

What I’ve been up to: January 2016

End of year rush has forced me to be choosy about what I work on. Over at the FLIMSpringfield.net blog, my wife and I have put up a few…

Motivation and Starting Early

I ran across this today via boingboing: “Sitting Bull: A Life Story” as told in in comic form. I recommend taking a look at it, not necessarily because it’s by…

Achewood Chris Onstad

Achewood, Language & Realism in the Face of Absurdity

Unarguably one of the best comics of the past 15 years, Achewood* continues to gain new fans and maintain undiminished luster, despite having not produced a regular story…

the double

A brief introduction to Double Take, a Collage Movie

I stumbled across Double Take a few months ago while it happened to be on Netfilx—I can’t imagine how often it was watched there, but I was taken…

Waking life Richard Linklater

Storytelling: Richard Linklater (via Fast Company)

One of my favorite movies is Waking Life directed and written by Richard Linklater, and constructed with the help of dozens of animators via Rotoscoping.  Like most of…

Shrewd and Knavish Sprite: Will the Real Andy Kaufman Please Stand Up?

This is an interesting read, touching on a point about Kaufman’s work I hadn’t thought about–the existence of Elvis impersonators as an aspect of the American Experience. So…