Picnic Boy is a track from The Residents' 1980 "Commercial Album." Eric Nordhauser directed one of the music videos for this song which came out in 2004. I'm a big fan of the collage-like design of all the characters. The video features creepy children who move as if they're being controlled by puppet strings, and an anthropomorphic cat. The cat lives with the picnic boy in an apartment. The children roam the streets outside of the apartment and carry sharp knives. Watch to see what happens when the cat leaves the poor little boy to fend for himself against the bloodthirsty kids (It's not a happy ending for the picnic boy).
Feast your eyes on the wicked clay beings and wild costumes in The Residents – The Talk Of Creatures music video. I love the spirit of the handmade quality that everything in the video has. It couldn't compliment the song any better. This video was created by Bulk Foodveyor and featured on The Residents, Commercial… READ THE REST
Mole Show (1984) is a multimedia video by the Residents featuring a live performance of their music, trippy graphics, and weird art. Seeing the live performance in this video would have been such a treat. I envy the people who got to see it in person. I'm always blown away by how elaborate the world… READ THE REST
I have had a deep love for The Residents since I first saw/heard their magic. They have made some incredible videos and albums, but The Gingerbread Man (2008) is one of my favorites. As with all of the Resident's artwork, the creativity and originality behind this video are astounding. I'm fascinated by the strange, experimental animation… READ THE REST
Everyone's been seduced by the idea of camping at one point or another, right? Spotting the stars at night, falling asleep to the sounds of the woods, waking up to a sunrise … There's just something magical about sleeping in the great outdoors. But, of course, reality is often disappointing. Tents, in particular, can be tiny… 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. There's something extraordinary about personalized items. A monogram, a note, really anything personal, can give a ton of meaning to a seemingly mundane object. And one surefire way to make something unique… READ THE REST