Linear

30.04.10
Linear, Dryden Goodwin Londoners traveling from Southwark and London Bridge tube stations may well be familiar with the images above. As part of TfL’s Art on the Underground initiative artist Dryden Goodwin has been commissioned to draw sixty portraits of individuals working in various roles on the Jubilee line. Rendered in multiple layers of delicate pencil strokes and scribbles, the blown-up portraits are presented outside the stations ...
Animade – An animation blog

01.03.10
Animade Created by the talented Tom Judd, Animade is a blog collecting quality animation from a broad range of styles and practices, both new and old. ‘He is joined by a number of other contributors in an effort to uproot the gems of animation from across the interweb and replant them in a simple, searchable site.’ The site offers a simple, no fuss format for sharing ...
David O’Reilly Animation

13.01.10
davidoreilly.com This has to be one of the most comprehensive websites ran by the artist themselves. O’Reilly shares his thoughts on animation, his sketches and random thoughts, relevant or not. His no-nonsense self promotion seems effortless with his lengthy list of awards and sold out shop. We’ll forgive him the U2 video.
Pee-wee’s Playhouse

11.12.09
peewee.com It’s Christmas in the Playhouse. And our hearts are all aglow. 26 July 1991. We thought it was the day the magic died. Paul Reubens, looking like Ted Kazcynski’s madder brother, was “arrested in Sarasota, Florida for masturbating publicly in an adult theater” (source Wikipedia).  No more Pee-wee?! But he’s back! With a live show in LA (where else…), and doing the rounds of US chat shows. ...
Film Studies For Free

24.11.09
filmstudiesforfree.blogspot.com Film Studies For Free is a blog dedicated to sharing information about noteworthy freely-accessible sites that feature articles about film. The site was set up last year by academic researcher Catherine Grant who wants to “actively espouse the ethos of open access to digital scholarly material.” The links range from articles on Miyazaki, essays on Franju’s Eyes Without a Face, and theses on diverse subjects, ...
Trailers From Hell

18.11.09
trailersfromhell.com Watching Lucio Fulci’s video nasty House by the Cemetery has inspired this nomination for Site of the Week. Trailers from Hell is a much respected resource for those who adore the cult classics of Grindhouse, Horror, Sci-Fi, Exploitation and B Movies. In the picture above, special effects make-up artist extraordinaire Rick Baker (look out for his handiwork in The Wolfman, due for release next year) introduces ...
Ubuweb

12.11.09
Ubuweb UbuWeb is ‘a completely independent resource dedicated to all strains of the avant-garde, ethnopoetics, and outsider arts.’ A volunteer-staffed digital archive of avant garde artwork spanning various genres, the site boasts an impressive (and totally free) range of film and video work. The list is far to long to recount but expect to find material by and/or about Cocteau, Debord, Burroughs and Ballard, Godard, Yoko ...