Dig into this Pascaline Lefebvre artwork on her Tumblr!
The second video from previously mentioned Goal Achievement Club is the official music video for the Mike Bell & the Movies track “Everyone,” in which Mike takes some blows to the head in delightful slo-mo:
Also get into this interesting bonus footage from camera 2 for a look behind the scenes:
Goal Achievement Club brings you episode 01 of Soxx’s Power Hour, “Urban Expressions,” in which Soxx regains her urban energies after a disappointing performance by channelling the rhythm of the streets and talking and dancing with new friends.
StudioFludd sent Meathaus a package with a book about gelato and a letter that reads:
“Hello! We’re StudioFludd and this is our last project with pages. Hope you like it. Thanks!
Venezia, May 2014”
Thanks STUDIO FLUDD for this sexy book about cold dessert landscapes, Gelatology: Micro/Macro. Last project with pages? Maybe you are never making another one? Or perhaps, simply, this is the last one you made. Don’t stop, this is a tasty book. I’ll even forgive you for breaking the cardinal rule of “never mail a package with confetti in it.” I know that’s not written down anywhere, but yeah. Granted, it was hand-made confetti. Spot a piece in one of these scans above. Cool stamps. I love getting these international packages with so many stamps and foreign postal insignia all over them. Explore more handsome work from Studio Fludd on their website and blog, and Tumblr where you will see that they are really into gelato projects.
Mack from SpaceFace sent Meathaus a delightful package with books printed with digital duplicator technology and a postcard that reads:
“Here are some Riso books! ♡ Mack”
Thanks Mack! What we’ve got here is a postcard with Michael DeForge artwork featuring The Boy in Question, Me Nut Nut Nut #2 by Jason Murphy, Misliving Amended by Adam Buttrick, and MS2 Resurrection by Gabriel Corbera. All three books are curiously confusing with interesting action that creates unique reading sensations.
Gabriel Corbera’s weird, balding, action/business-man has to deal with a lot of vampire-zombie-mutants in a world of benches, empty rooms, and drab office buildings.
Adam Buttrick’s pleasurably cartooned characters psychotically maintain their one expression each while judging, processing and executing each other.
Read a lot of Jason Murphy’s work on his site as well as this book and you will enjoy picking up on themes of spiders, spider nightmares, spider eggs, and in this case, maybe spider bites and allergic pustules. Also then some character snorts this kid and his mom’s house into its nose and there are some Spanish speaking creatures there, so brush up on your español, amigos.
Check out Émilie Gleason’s art over here!