By Cory Doctorow at 3:27 am Thu, Jun 10, 2010
Dilli Dalli Minku Parkaa (Dilly Dally in Pussy Park) is one of a large library of psychedelic, Soviet-era Latvian cartoons that have made their way onto YouTube.
Damn you Mr Drawers. Always squaring my stuff.
Aw man, that drawer guy is like, squaresville man!
his name is Perpendicul … for realz
This is an interesting take on the freaky eastern european cartoon phenomenon: http://www.vimeo.com/5695000
It’s like Pingu, but terrifying.
Unfortunately most men don’t remember to dilly dally in pussy park.
I wonder what kind of ideological state apparatuses were at work in these cartoons.
weird man, i was just watching fantadroms.
episode #11 is my favorite.
Dilly Dally in Pussy Park….
A couple of questions:
1. Where is this park?
2. How do I get there?
it’s right next to Fuck Mountain, you can’t miss it.
Got my blanket, my frisbee, and the astroglide. I’m ready to spend the day at Pussy Park.
ENDUT! HOCH HECH!
For the win!!! :) :)
This seems like a metafor on how bureaucracy tries to kill creativity and art by turning them into something that can be controlled, measured, stacked, but in the end creativity prevails.
It’s the King Crimson-esque music that blows my mind…
I’m used to people claiming these things are trippy, but I have to agree, this example is pretty trippy. For some reason I found that ‘friendly’ snap-snap noise the fox’s jaws made very unpleasant.
i remember when i was younger, cartoons like that dominated polish tv every day at 19:00. I still kind of prefer those to the carebears.
But this one is still my favorite: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Mz7rJRvK7Y
Reksio! OMG memories from my childhood in the seventies come flooding back all of a sudden.
I used to love him, along with http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aD4NdjtCwtw (the little mole)
There was also this kid that used to draw with his magic pencil and everything he drew came to life.
Thanks a million for a lost fragment of my childhood.
Ha i remember that one, now to turn 8 again and not worry about mortgage and bills…..
Did you watch Bolek I Lolek as well?
Bolek & Lolek appeared in the ‘related movies’ section on Youtube. And yes, I knew them as well. Ahhh.. Great to remember that. Many of those were broadcast also on German TV back then. Great for kids. I think I will show them to my kids as well. Thank you again for this gem.
I think I saw the NBC Peacock at 1:25!
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