Here are a couple of fun ads from the 1970s advertising two of P-Funks albums, Funkentelechy Vs. The Placebo Syndrome (1977) and GloryHallaStoopid (Pin The Tail On The Funky) (1979). As far as I know, these ads were never seen beyond the stage of P-Funk shows where they'd promote these records before the band came on.
Clockwork Elves is an animated short film by Nick Cross, and a perfect start to any day or evening. This film was made singlehandedly by myself over the span of about 7 years. Animated in Toon Boom Animate Pro with post work done in Adobe After Effects. Backgrounds painted in Adobe Photoshop. … This film… READ THE REST
Apparently it's known that every morning, Studio Ghibli co-founder and director Hayao Miyazaki, 79, picks up trash and tidies the street in front of his Tokyo home. SoraNews24 reporter Oona McGee showed up one morning for a surprise interview with the animation auteur. From SoraNews24: Q: Have you watched "Demon Slayer?" Miyazaki: "No I haven't. I rarely… READ THE REST
Quebec filmmakers Thoroughbread Pictures created this unexpectedly deep short that seems like an ad at times, but is way too philosophical. They note: FYI: we are not in anyway affiliated with Old Grand or Beam Suntory. Saw the bottle you see here in Alabama in 2014 and it has never left my mind. (But if… READ THE REST
You can give someone a recipe, but following step-by-step instructions is so much different than creating magic with the perfect cocktail. True mastery requires a high level of training and talent to transform even basic ingredients into mixological bliss. In The 2021 Ultimate Mixology and Cocktail Trainer Bundle, renowned international expert, Paul Martin, imparts decades… READ THE REST
What's something everybody needs but nobody wants? It might sound like a really annoying riddle, but it's true! Chargers are a necessary evil, and not at all an item of extreme passion. The general requirements for charging devices are fairly simple compared to their monumental yet thankless role in our tech-driven world. We want easy.… READ THE REST
Self-operated vacuums like Rosie the Robot from The Jetsons were once a science fiction dream. Now, robot vacuums are everyday devices, with U.S households expected to spend nearly $3 billion on robo vacs in 2021 alone. Despite all that innovation, not much much has changed in what we ask from our vacuums. We want clean… READ THE REST