Ze Frankwas really one of the first internet celebrities that caught my attention. His web show really got me through a work day. I’m glad he’s starting them up again.
I found this great animated short by Royal College of Art graduate John Kelly on zefrank.com. It has a great retro quality about it, like weird little cartoons I used to see as a kid on PBS. It’s also infuriatingly true to life.
Web 2.0 icon Ze Frank is currently soliciting audio recordings of people confessing their emotional pain. He will snip and edit the files into unrecognizable sounds and clips which he well then invite DJs and musicians to reassemble into full-on music. Much like the PostSecret project, Frank hopes to create something beautifully cathartic.
Ze Frank is back, albeit in more restrained form, with his That Makes Me Think Of series of videos on the Time magazine website. As with The Show, his year-long videoblog which he updated daily between 2006 and 2007, the new series features Frank free-associating between various recent news bites, wrapping it all up in […]
Ze Frank’s iconic videoblog may be long dead, but he’s been plugging away, filling his little corner of the interweb with awesome stuff. His latest invention is a little voice-based face drawing toy that creates lines that differenciate according to the volume of the user’s voice.