This came with an official-ish announcement on
Facebook about Lagunitas‘ impending Chicago opening:
Chicago Update: Stuff’s happening. If all the stars align, our TapRoom may open in April … somewhere around the 20th? Stay tuned.” See the rest »
This time of year I always pull up the classic
PES Yule Log Fireplace to warm things up. Nice to see something new from him.
The Deep is showcased as part of Showtime SHORT Stories series and like anything PES does, it’s just brilliant on so many levels.
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What’s with facial hair and lottery commercials … remember
Moneystache? Actually, that’s the only other one I can remember.
Beard World” Oregon Lottery reveals what’s inside Santa’s beard. Hint: a lot less rum and cookie crumbs than you expect. The charming, flossing walrus makes up for it.
Borders Perrin Norrander Production: Mothership (via adland.tv)
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Petaluma Whiskerino: ‘Beardo Optico’ Video
Adv: “Moneystache” TV for Minnesota State Lottery
Adv: Grizzly Bear do Lottery Dream Commercial
Gallery: Petaluma Whiskerino 2010 Pics
Celebrity ‘Stache: Rollie Fingers!!!
CamStache: The First Facial Recognition Follicle Combobulator
This charming lil’ re-
mixsketch of the Star Wars Kid has a real A-Ha Take On Me vibe.
May I suggest the
Twelves remix as soundtrack? Or the squeaky Manualist version?
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When you can’t wake up at 4 a.m. to watch, or don’t have the patience to sit through a match at any time,
LegoFussball will fill you in with reenactments of pivotal highlights. The accuracy makes up for their delayed production. And there’s something funny in seeing the smiling minifig face on England’s Robert Green. He won’t be making that face for a llllong time. (Thanks, Fluxcapctr!)
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As you (hopefully) step away from your computers for the holidays, here’s a little something to have cracklin’ onscreen.
Download the free screensaver from PES
MP3: The Top Last Christmas Covers
Stop Motion: Fireworks by PES
There’s a lot goin’ on in this. And it’s all pretty captivating.
Nando Costa with Bent Image Lab directed this video for Modest Mouse.
Dig the visuals? See
production stills and final stills on Flickr.
Read the story behind the visuals on Nando’s site.
Over 1500 hours of video and photography went into this music video for rockin’ Swedish duo,
Rymdreglage. Not sure how many Lego pieces. Either way, this is fantastically impressive.
Be sure to check out the
band’s site. They’ve got lots of MP3s to download and some seriously oddball eye-candy. (via Laughing Squid)
8-Bit: Tom & Jerry Nintendo Style
Brick: Lego Foosball Table
Augmented Reality: Lego In-Store “Digital Box”
Music: Weezer, The 8-Bit Covers
MP3: Super Mario Covered By Grupo Falso Baiano
Anamanaguchi Makes Music From Hacked NES
Kind of like a cross between
Pes and Michel Gondry. Check out the original and see the making of. A lot of work went into this charming little piece.
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