The theatrical premiere of “Head Trip”, the documentary about the 2003 Doggie Diner Dog Head cross-country road trip, takes place this Thursday, April 3rd as part of The First Annual Pranks Film Festival at The Roxie Cinema in San Francisco. The screening will feature a live interview by V. Vale of RE/Search Publications with the…
Joshua Allen Harris has created some fantastic New York street art in the form animals made out of shopping bags positioned on subway street grates that cause them to periodically inflate and animate. Here’s video of two of his installations, “Air Bear” and “Street Zoo”. via Wooster Collective
“The Job” is a satricial short film about the immigration debate, written and directed by Jonathan Browning of Screaming Frog Productions.
Last week I posted videos of Boston Dynamics’ amazing BigDog quadruped robot, which now have been spoofed by the viral video company Seedwell, who made this hilarious BigDog Beta parody video. Thanks to Karl Long for the tip!
So you’ve seen them before, those mouse following Flash pages, but I think that cubo.cc is probably the most creepy one out there. via Jason Kottke
Here’s a MacBook Air Parody featuring the debut of the amazing SuperEnvelope. The video was created by the University of Maryland comedy group The Bureau.
“Cupcake Cutthroats”, today’s episode of Boing Boing TV features those awesome cupcake art cars (aka “Mobile Muffins”) created by Kinetic Pastry Science that you may have seen zooming around Burning Man or Maker Faire. Here some photos I shot of the Mobile Muffins at last year’s Maker Faire Bay Area. photo by Scott Beale
Here’s the brilliant 1959 comedy album “How to Speak Hip” by Del Close and John Brent, converted from vinyl by Skeyelab Music. Like dig it man. via Ze Frank