Here's a fantastic interview with British animator David Firth, creator of Salad Fingers: "I'd describe [my work] as strange, dark, surreal comedy cartoons. Some have a dreamlike feel, some of them are nightmarish, some satirical, and some silly. But most of them are strange."
In acknowledgement of evangelical comic artist Jack Chick’s death yesterday, please enjoy this classic animation of the Chick tract “Somebody Goofed,” created in 1998 by longtime Boing Boing pals Syd Garon and Rodney Ascher.
Mauri Helme made a pixel art “cover version” of the King of the Hill intro, and it’s incredible: perfectly faithful to the original, yet completely translated to a different medium. Here’s the original, by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels:
For Halifax, Nova Scotia’s Nocturne arts festival animators from the province recreated the 1967 Spiderman cartoon “Vulture’s Prey” in their very different personal styles. To him, life is a great big bang up Whenever there’s a hang up You’ll find the Spider-Man
Geek Fuel is a subscription delivery service that caters to those of us that love comics, gaming, and general geek culture. Every month, Geek Fuel will assemble a box of goodies with a value of $50 or over. The specific items are a mystery, but you’ll always get an exclusive t-shirt not found anywhere else, a full […]
If you like to DIY and you like helicopters, you’re going to really love the Flexbot Hexacopter Kit. This copter blows traditional models out of the water: it includes everything you need to actually build your own hexacopter, and then pilot it like a pro, too.The construction is complicated enough to give you a challenge, […]
This week’s top deals from the Boing Boing Store range from lobster to wine to desk organization. 1. Get Maine Lobster (50% Off)With these discounted packages from Get Maine Lobster, you can experience the sweet, fresh flavor of world-renowned Maine lobster right at your own dinner table. There are four options to choose from, each at […]