I can’t believe I didn’t run across this when first posted. This is an amazing, passionate breakdown of The Watchmen comics by Kieron Gillen, no comics slouch himself by any means. It’s filled with such a great analysis of the symbolism, statements on comics formalism, and other topics by the comic series that the video has single-handedly made me want to read the comics again and watch the film again.
For all that is good in the world, WATCH IT NOW:
Kieron Gillen Talks Watchmen from Tomfoolery Ltd on Vimeo.
Two shots in particular stood out to me when I was watching episode 3 of Better call Saul — the composition was really masterfully done and impressive. I couldn’t stop thinking about it, so I wanted to share.
I finally tracked down a name – Justin O’Shea – and a bunch of images to this gentleman that dresses up quite well with a biker meets rock ‘n’ roller look.
Flatstock will be making it’s debut during the Primavera Sound 2012 festival in Barcelona, Spain, at the end of May. There will also be an accompanying art exhibit at the Virreina Centre da la Imatge. If you’re there, do check it out and support these amazing artists.
I recently ran across a website – Sixteen Colors – which I had stumbled across before but promptly had forgotten about its existence. The site is dedicated to archiving and preserving the art of many art groups during the dial-up BBS days – most of which made promos using colored ANSI symbols. I had a few promos myself even.