Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Fame Monster Squad

I want to see Her Gaga-ness in Detroit so bad, but I missed out on tickets because I'm a maroon. I should take a cue from Zack and Screech and just spend the night in the mall next time.

Speaking of which, you've got to hear this totally 80s disco remix of Bad Romance like NOW- if you're into that sort of thing. If there was a gay nightclub circa 1985 in my dreams, the DJ would put this record on right after Rene & Angela's "I'll Be Good", and I would nearly spill my drink trying to make my way to the light-up dance floor before all the good lookin' ladies were taken.

Lady Gaga - Bad Romance (Grum Remix)

Thursday, December 03, 2009

Only in New York!

"Hollywood vs. New York: Four decades of celluloid New York annihilation distilled into one musical montage."

Not only is this montage of movie destruction more fun than a barrel of exploding monkeys, I think the genius of it was setting the whole thing to Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue". See if you can guess which featured movie is my favorite!

(from Goodie Bag, by way of

2086 Futurelympic Games Sketch

I've been thinking that it would be really fun to design some imaginary pictograms for the 2086 Futurelympics- like Otl Aicher's legendary designs for the 1972 Munich Games, and Nikolai Belkow's smoother updates for the 1980 Olympics in Moscow- so I'm gonna give it a try! You might even be able to tell what sports I had in mind with these cruddy sketches, if you squint really hard.

Can you think of any sci-fi movie sports that need to be represented or made up for the occasion? I definitely think Mecha-Basketball is in order. All the action and excitement of the NBA, mixed with the total radness of Robot Jox.

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

More Human Than Human - Limited Edition Art Print and Glow in the Dark T-shirt Available Now at Nakatomi!

Ahh, yes! Christmastime is in the air, and you know what that means. Jingle bells and merriment abound, a thousand little lights bring their magical glow to every snow-covered neighborhood street, and Spacesick's totally electrifying "I Can Read Movies" art inspired by the movie Blade Runner is available as part of the second annual Nakatomi Invitational!

That's right! This is the first time EVER that art from the "I Can Read Movies" Series has been made available anywhere. And the T-shirt and art print are limited to 100 each, so get em while their hot!

Get the Glow in the Dark T-shirt for $20, the Print for $30, or BOTH for $40 right here!