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Tale of Tales’ Sunset reveals a trapped housekeeper and a budding dictator. 
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Tale of Tales’ Sunset reveals a trapped housekeeper and a budding dictator. 
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Tale of Tales’ Sunset reveals a trapped housekeeper and a budding dictator.
“Infinite Tenderness,” a New Zine by Sabrina Elliott

The last we heard from Sabrina Elliott she was producing work for Strange Paradise, a collaborative zine devoted to East Asian horror films. Now the Brooklyn-based illustrator is creating her own zines. Infinite Tenderness is a 32 page compilation of her past and recent illustrated work…
“Infinite Tenderness,” a New Zine by Sabrina Elliott

The last we heard from Sabrina Elliott she was producing work for Strange Paradise, a collaborative zine devoted to East Asian horror films. Now the Brooklyn-based illustrator is creating her own zines. Infinite Tenderness is a 32 page compilation of her past and recent illustrated work…
“Infinite Tenderness,” a New Zine by Sabrina Elliott

The last we heard from Sabrina Elliott she was producing work for Strange Paradise, a collaborative zine devoted to East Asian horror films. Now the Brooklyn-based illustrator is creating her own zines. Infinite Tenderness is a 32 page compilation of her past and recent illustrated work…

“Infinite Tenderness,” a New Zine by Sabrina Elliott

The last we heard from Sabrina Elliott she was producing work for Strange Paradise, a collaborative zine devoted to East Asian horror films. Now the Brooklyn-based illustrator is creating her own zines. Infinite Tenderness is a 32 page compilation of her past and recent illustrated work…

Discover the Origins of Wicca in “Witchcraft From the Inside”

Even though Raymond Buckland’s Witchcraft From the Inside was written in 1971, the subject matter is still relevant today. Witchcraft From The Inside allows readers to get a bird’s eye view of not only what life is like as a member of a Wiccan or Neo-Pagan coven, but also goes in-depth about the history of Wicca and Witchcraft as well. From Gerald Garner to Z.Budapest’s work with Dianic Wicca, no stone is left unturned as Buckland describes the movers and shakers of the ‘40s,‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s that have left their mark, for better or worse, on the modern-day Pagan movement…

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Animator Peels Back The Layers Of Everyday Objects With Stop Motion
thecreatorsproject:

Animator Peels Back The Layers Of Everyday Objects With Stop Motion
If You Want to Work Out But Can’t Get Off the Couch, “VHS Story” Lets You Live Your Testosterone-Fueled Dreams

Almost eight months ago, I swore that 2014 would be the year I finally got in shape. 2013 was a failure and 2012 unmentionable, but 2014, finally–things would change.

Anyway, it’s almost August now and we don’t talk about foolish things I said when full of Christmas pudding, and anyway I’ve found a game about training fighters, which is basically the same thing as exercising yourself. VHS Story is a fighting simulation game with graphics and music reminiscent of the 80s where you manage a fighter named Hero (yes, really) who dreams of becoming the greatest fighter in the world (as they all do). In addition to controlling his fighting, you also manage his daily life and activities, determining whether he achieves his dreams or ends up just like me, a video game playing couch potato…
If You Want to Work Out But Can’t Get Off the Couch, “VHS Story” Lets You Live Your Testosterone-Fueled Dreams

Almost eight months ago, I swore that 2014 would be the year I finally got in shape. 2013 was a failure and 2012 unmentionable, but 2014, finally–things would change.

Anyway, it’s almost August now and we don’t talk about foolish things I said when full of Christmas pudding, and anyway I’ve found a game about training fighters, which is basically the same thing as exercising yourself. VHS Story is a fighting simulation game with graphics and music reminiscent of the 80s where you manage a fighter named Hero (yes, really) who dreams of becoming the greatest fighter in the world (as they all do). In addition to controlling his fighting, you also manage his daily life and activities, determining whether he achieves his dreams or ends up just like me, a video game playing couch potato…

If You Want to Work Out But Can’t Get Off the Couch, “VHS Story” Lets You Live Your Testosterone-Fueled Dreams

Almost eight months ago, I swore that 2014 would be the year I finally got in shape. 2013 was a failure and 2012 unmentionable, but 2014, finally–things would change.

Anyway, it’s almost August now and we don’t talk about foolish things I said when full of Christmas pudding, and anyway I’ve found a game about training fighters, which is basically the same thing as exercising yourself. VHS Story is a fighting simulation game with graphics and music reminiscent of the 80s where you manage a fighter named Hero (yes, really) who dreams of becoming the greatest fighter in the world (as they all do). In addition to controlling his fighting, you also manage his daily life and activities, determining whether he achieves his dreams or ends up just like me, a video game playing couch potato…

Low Roar: “Easy Way Out”

California native Ryan Karazija’s lifelong dream was to move to Iceland. After much success with his previous band, Audrye Sessions, Karazija called it quits, moved to Reykjavik, and started a new project under the name Low Roar. Although he kept his indie rock roots, Karazija couldn’t help but be influenced by Iceland’s dreamy landscape, which is reflected in Low Roar’s new sound, direction…

“Chlorophillinhale” Is Your Frenetic Welcome to the World of Net Art

Though (depending on who you ask) vaporwave, seapunk, and other genres of Tumblr aesthetics may have passed their peak novelty in the blogosphere, the video art world still churns out new work that builds on the same energy of that loosely-defined category, “net art.” Chlorophillinhale, a collaboration between Carrie Gates and Kevin Carey, is a good, straightforward introduction to the field: a bright, high-speed copy-and-paste visual look that’s relentlessly interested in plants for whatever reason, paired with electronic music that’s abrasive and rhythmic at the same time. Come on in, the water’s pixellated.

“Chlorophillinhale” Is Your Frenetic Welcome to the World of Net Art

Though (depending on who you ask) vaporwave, seapunk, and other genres of Tumblr aesthetics may have passed their peak novelty in the blogosphere, the video art world still churns out new work that builds on the same energy of that loosely-defined category, “net art.” Chlorophillinhale, a collaboration between Carrie Gates and Kevin Carey, is a good, straightforward introduction to the field: a bright, high-speed copy-and-paste visual look that’s relentlessly interested in plants for whatever reason, paired with electronic music that’s abrasive and rhythmic at the same time. Come on in, the water’s pixellated.

Morning Link Round-Up
Good morning! Below, recommendations from yesterday you might have missed the first time around:
See Artist Nam June Paik’s Weird Retro Vision of the Future of TV [Video]
Charlie Glass’s Slippers: A Modernized Retelling of a Fairy Tale [Books]
Eternal Summers: “Gouge” [Music]
Heroes in a Half Shell: A TMNT Art Tribute [Art]
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Heroes in a Half Shell: A TMNT Art Tribute Exhibition

To celebrate Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 30th anniversary (and to promote the new TMNT movie, of course), Gallery Nucleus invited 30 artists to pay tribute to the iconic franchise by creating original TMNT-inspired fan art. Although the exhibition is obviously one big Nickelodeon sponsored marketing promotion, let’s ignore that for a second and focus on just the  art…
Heroes in a Half Shell: A TMNT Art Tribute Exhibition

To celebrate Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 30th anniversary (and to promote the new TMNT movie, of course), Gallery Nucleus invited 30 artists to pay tribute to the iconic franchise by creating original TMNT-inspired fan art. Although the exhibition is obviously one big Nickelodeon sponsored marketing promotion, let’s ignore that for a second and focus on just the  art…
Heroes in a Half Shell: A TMNT Art Tribute Exhibition

To celebrate Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 30th anniversary (and to promote the new TMNT movie, of course), Gallery Nucleus invited 30 artists to pay tribute to the iconic franchise by creating original TMNT-inspired fan art. Although the exhibition is obviously one big Nickelodeon sponsored marketing promotion, let’s ignore that for a second and focus on just the  art…

Heroes in a Half Shell: A TMNT Art Tribute Exhibition

To celebrate Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 30th anniversary (and to promote the new TMNT movie, of course), Gallery Nucleus invited 30 artists to pay tribute to the iconic franchise by creating original TMNT-inspired fan art. Although the exhibition is obviously one big Nickelodeon sponsored marketing promotion, let’s ignore that for a second and focus on just the  art…

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250 Tumblr fanartists have animated Sailor Moon, and it’s amazing

Never let it be said that fans don’t have the work ethic of professionals. A team of more than 250 Sailor Moon fans have spent the last 10 months creating an epic animated love song to the beloved magical girl anime.

Moon Animate Make Up was formed last year on Tumblr with one goal: to recreate an entire episode of the original Sailor Moon using only fan-drawn animation. The project involves fans recreating Episode 38 of the show in one- to 10-second segments, each done in the artist’s own personal animation style.

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