David Lynch’s most recent theatrical release, Inland Empire, has finally been made available on DVD. A cinematic fever dream, this film is one of his least linear creations, comprised of a collection of seemingly disjointed scenes that, when woven together, tell an incredibly moving and profoundly disturbing story. Built upon an armature of themes common […]
Drawn by Frank Santoro and written by Ben Jones, Cold Heat is a semi-monthly tale of sex, drugs, and murder. Fans of Paper Rad, or anything Dan Nadel has been involved with, will love it. Whenever I read it, I can’t help but feel that I’ve been allowed entry into some private universe. The Comics […]
With the recent announcement that Dungeons and Dragons will be going into its fourth and most spectacular edition this spring, geek powerhouse, Wizards of the Coast, has ensured that socially awkward children (and adults) throughout the world will continue to be provided with the tools necessary to craft group fantasies within the sanctity of their […]
Illustrator and artist Balint Zsako creates beautiful images. Be sure to check out his incredible collages — they’re otherworldly, hypnotic and compelling. Crafted from elements that skirt along the edges of the familiar, Zsako creates dreamlike vistas and interiors, as elements from western art history are carefully re articulated into new mysterious forms.
I fell in love with Anthony Goicolea’s wonderful drawings and photographs a few years ago when I stumbled upon his show at Postmasters Gallery in New York. His world is both arousing and disturbing, as visions of childhood nostalgia and innocence intermingle with darker more abusive subject matter.