Sure, Why Not of the Day: “Music visualizer” Daito Manabe ups the twitchy ante by transforming himself into a human drum machine with the help of Masaki Teruoka, a bunch of myoelectric sensors, and a lack of concern for his own well-being.
Earlier: Torture as art.
It has vocals. Ugh.
Wait, aren’t the guys in Anamanaguchi from New York?
More important sub-question: is it mandatory to be British if a band wants to be categorized as “Britpop”?
BITpop, dickbro, not “britpop”.
And I’m pretty sure the answer to that question is yes.
After Hours: Blue Sky Black Death (feat. Yes Alexander) - “Heart Attack”
Director: Austin Saya.
tis the season!
sorry ive been so busy lately.
will be back to tumble more stuff sometime soon.
happy new year =)
Fun With Fonts of the Day: “C3typo RDtypo” — the latest in Fabian Glez’s ongoing series of typographic Star Wars characters, “May The Font Be With You,” which now includes “Sanstrooper” and “Boba Font.”
Prints, as before, are available via Society6.
Print of the Day: “Ten Great Years” by Maxim Dalton.
I guess any explanation about the characters of this illustration will be redundant. The greatest band of all times is now on this limited edition giclée print. Run stops at 500. Available now here!