I'm off to the annual pigskin party in a few, so I'll be brief today. Here's what I got.
Stay In School, Kids.
Even though it was just posted a few days ago, this ad has already been viewed over eight million times on YouTube. I have mad props for Aussie filmmakers Henry Inglim & Aaron McCann for this inspired PSA. If you haven't seen it yet, here it is below.
Art With A Capital Ewwwwww.
I saw some grisly sculpture work over at Bloodydisgusting.com this week. Made by an artist named Karen, it's the kind of stuff you might be scared to touch, for fear of losing a finger. Here's a sample.
For more work from this artist, click on her deviantart page here. I seriously want one of these light switch plates.
Although they may cost me a fortune, in that I may never turn my lights off again...
Blood On The Walls.
In keeping with the visual arts theme, there was a cool post on BestHorrorMovies.com by Matt Molgaard earlier this week. He put up thirty of his favourite horror film posters, some of which are classics;
some that are newer renditions of classic horror films;
and some that are for modern horror films, from a new crew of artists in the biz struggling to wrestle horror marketing back from the photo-shopped floating heads.
For the full gallery, check out the original post here.
Well, that's it for now. Enjoy your Superbowl Sunday/Groundhog Day festivities and I'll see you tomorrow with my thoughts on the new installment of The Walking Dead game.