White Shit is a band composed of Jared Warren and Coady Willis from Big Business and The Melvins, as well as Andy Coronado and a guy named Tits. As described by PPM: ‘The world of crossover dropped a big loaf in our laps and we are very pleased’. If you enjoy Big Business, The Melvins, […]
Austin’s Mondo is described via their Facebook page as follows: ‘If we have to explain what we are, you wouldn’t understand’. Which I guess is true in many ways, but the bottom line is they showcase numerous artistic renditions of movie posters, which span everything from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre to Duck Dodgers and the 24 1/2th Century, and everything in-between. Apparently the posters sell out within minutes, and sometimes even seconds, but you can still check out the archive and eventually pick up your jaw from the ground after viewing all of the awesome work that has beed done.
This movie, which has been out for a while now, stars Joseph Gordon Levitt as Hesher. Not to give too much away, but just think of it as if Mary Poppins happened to be a sketchy, chain-smoking, pot smoking, Pabst drinking, shirtless, metal head transient and forced her way into your home, to not only […]
Next Time on Lonny is a reality web series, a collection of epically brilliant episodes starring who else but Lonny. From being a schizophrenic homicidal maniac, to an alien invasion leading to Lonny being enslaved by aliens, follow Lonny through each adventure. Apparently there will be more episodes coming soon as it has been picked up by Ben Stiller’s production company.
Sacramento artist Skinner states that he is ‘influenced by 80’s pop culture, human struggle, myths, violence, dungeons and dragons, and the heavy metal gods’. This is very obvious in the many formats his work shows up in: whether it is a t-shirt, skate deck, toy or a mural.
Beendeleted is the moniker that I go by. I’m a freelance graphic designer, illustrator, and artist. Raised by wolves and heavy metal, I draw a lot of my energy and inspiration from music. Humor, sarcasm and cynicism is what gets me out of the bed most mornings. Most of my imagery references business folk in various a faceless or mutated fashion, which I’ve found to be quite therapeutic as I am trying to recover from spending twelve years in a cubicle before finally spreading my wings to become a freelancer.
There was once a band named KARP. They quickly dominated the scene in Olympia and then set out for world domination, one song at a time. This documentary tells the story of their legacy from start to finish in great fashion.