If the notion of kickflipping all over some royal cartoon titties makes you do a 180, so to speak, you are a very wise man one total creep that’s bound to step up to Sneeze Magazine‘s limited edition “Mulan & Jasmine” skateboard collection. Original artwork by Korean-American illustrator Peter Chung coats the decks with a busty […]

Digital concept artist in the world of film, video games and comics, Dan LuVisi has put together a brilliant series of digital art that is part parody, part sociopathy and part ghoulish horror… and all blended with the cartoon favorites of your youth. Want to keep up with the narratives behind the likes of Homer Simpsons’ […]

This just past NYC Toy Fair, Kidrobot let the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles climb back up out of the sewers and onto display shelves. Like the toxic ooze that made these turtles into the sword wielding assassins that they are, so comes a glow-in-the-dark series of Ooze Action toys. But these are modeled after the famed […]

In its limitless quest to license every cartoon known to mankind, LEGO has now built the home of everybody’s favorite dysfunctional jaundiced family, the Simpsons. And this set of 2,523 LEGO bricks shows a pretty comprehensive study of their Springfield home, its familiar amenities including the (dented) pink car, Maggie’s crib, the family living room (right […]

25 Feb
Alan Moore is either really stoked or totally livid right now

If you’ve ever wanted to know what Alan Moore dreams about when he eats too much breakfast cereal, slips into a sugar-induced coma watching TV and passes out in his underpants, well, now you know. SpongeMen SquareWatch is is the Watchmen trailer encoded through the underwater world Spongebob Squarepants, where the latter plays Rorschach — everyone’s favorite […]

Robert Crumb or R.Crumb, American illustrator of Fritz the Cat, Mr. Natural and founder and pillar of the underground comix movement, has edited together a six-volume set including only what he believes to be his finest work. This includes hundreds of late period drawings not published in previous sketchbook collections, reflecting the second half of […]

16 Jul
Rare footage behind the magic of Joe Strummer & Mick Jones

How much do we love The Clash? Enough to name our entire project after them, duh. Having taken in many of the best documentaries on the legendary British band, we’re always stoked when a new doc, book, comic, biopic, cartoon, porn, fanzine, Tweet, pamphlet or whatever is released. Such is the case with The Rise […]

17 Feb
An interesting but ultimately incomplete look at the most important art exhibit of 2011

We reviewed OUTSIDE IN: The Story Of Art In the Streets last summer when the film came out, and our take was that it was an interesting peak into the MOCA exhibit, but it was basically a fluff piece making all invested parties look good. Perhaps that was to be expected, but for a film […]