Dumbland is an 8-episode cartoon series of shorts drawn and produced by David Lynch. The series was originally released on his website in 2002, and came out on DVD in 2006. Altogether, the series is 30 minutes long and you can watch it here. The series features a man who is a goofball and lives with his strange wife and child. It's interesting to see Lynch explore this drawing style and make something that's intentionally simple, crude, and slapstick. I love everything that comes out of his brain.
Xiu Xiu Plays The Music of Twin Peaks is a tribute album by Xiu Xiu. The album features cover versions of the music from the Twin Peaks soundtrack. Tracks are largely based on their original songs by Angelo Badalamenti, but are laced with experimental ambient noises and distortions. The whole album has a gloomy, mysterious… READ THE REST
Many of you may be familiar with David Lynch's daily weather reports, where he records himself giving the daily forecast from his office. Today I stumbled upon a video from 2006 of this delightful being sitting in the office chair where Lynch has recorded the weather report many times before. All the creature says, though,… READ THE REST
David Lynch takes us through the formative years of his life in The Art Life, a 2017 documentary by Jon Nguyen and Rick Barnes. Inside his home studio, Lynch shows us his artwork and tells fascinating stories about his childhood in small town America, his early film work, and more. One reason I love Lynch's… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. With most of our daily activities happening online, no one will ever complain about having too much storage space. On the contrary, it's frustrating when you run out of storage or have… READ THE REST
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