Among the most eccentric musicians in modern rock, Buckethead is a virtuoso player, an absurdly prolific musician, and a multi-talented performer. Though media-shy, he does have some (admittedly weird) lessons to share.
One day, there will be many literary critics who analyse webcomics. But Websnark will always be the first.
It’s… well, it’s a massive horn.
What began as a fan forum for discussing Grant Morrison’s dense and subversive comic The Invisibles (which Morrison has described as a “Hypersigil intended to create Invisibles“) has achieved something akin to Morrison’s hopes, spawning a strange, varied conversational community.
Could a rowdy upstart have what it takes to challenge the office software crowd? Could they have better web-based apps than Google? You decide!
I think thoughts on my 85-bladed knife.
I could look for new remixed movie trailers, or I could let this guy to all the work…
The storefront of the craftsmen and artists of the Lord of the Rings movies (not to be confused with their workshop), now with game tie-ins and the “Weta Originals,” including some sweet ray guns!
The single best resource for the art of Tarot I’ve seen yet. Though perhaps not the best organized.
Normally, I’m not a fan of “top-10” lists, but these videos of DJs building music on the fly are pretty sweet.