In a society where we're inundated with media - a 24-hour news cycle, a constant stream of entertainment - it's easy to feel apathetic, to be desensitized by everything around us. Combo (aka Culture Kidnapper) rudely awakens us by his startling images. "You take a picture, you add something that has nothing to do with it, and immediately it tells something else," he says. For Combo, cartoons… Continue
I Am Stuffed Animal takes your picture and turns it into a cartoon caricature on a plush doll. Get a buddy for your bedroom, desk or to carry around with you at all times to freak people out. Check it out.…
If you ever dreamed about having furniture that looks like it belongs in a looney tunes cartoon, you'll love this post. Judson Beaumont of Straight Line Designs has designed some of the coolest furniture you have ever seen.
Looks like Hugh Hefner's been hiding a secret. Two months ago, Hugh posted a teasing message on Twitter, saying “Marge Simpson has a surprise for her fans in the November issue.” Little did we all know that Mrs Simpson would end up on the cover of Playboy! The story inside is called "The Devil… Continue
Added by alice on October 9, 2009 at 12:00pm —
After 19 years and more than 430 episodes, "The Simpsons" has moved into high definition, marking the change with an update of its iconic opening titles, which have not changed since the show's second season in 1990.
My thumb is up. And I think fans will agree. The new title is pretty much the old titles, Jerry Bruckheimer style. Epic!
The first HD episode, "Take my wife,…Continue
Added by PANDA JU on February 17, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Just a quick shout out to Cartoon Network for their awesome rebrand. Motion design studio Capacity created Dunny-esque characters called Noods. These blank amorphous characters absorb an endless array of colors, textures and personalities to represent the diversity of the CN's own line-up and cast of characters. Designed by urban vinyl legend… Continue
The trailer for the 2008 annual Cartoon Forum in Ludwigsburg is a stunning piece directed by Max Lang and Regina Welker, students of the acclaimed German animation school, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. The making took eight weeks and involved the entire student body. You like?