Tag - parody

Art With an Extra Duck

This might just be the art movement of 2008. If nothing else, it’s guaranteed to be better than whatever wins the Turner Prize this year. Found via Neatorama.

Why Won’t She Leave: It’s Not Up...

A test song from the upcoming musical version of Sexual Perversity in Chicago, apparently. (Lies. It’s from here.) Make sure you watch the end credit animation. Direct link for the feedreaders. Found via VideoSift.

Kitchen Gun

I Love You, Kitchen Gun

I must say, even after seeing him in stuff like Spaced, Shaun of the Dead and Look Around You, nothing could have prepared me for The Peter Serafinowicz Show. It really is as though Siege went into cleaning products, isn’t it? Direct...

This Just In: Tiny Balls

Our pick this week for sickest release is the inevitable Balls of Fury, because when Mortal Kombat meets ping-pong, then everyone wins. While it didn’t exactly set the box office charts on fire (or the hearts of many critics, but what...

Invincible by Kevin Skinner

For the Glory of the Muppet Motherland!

I absolutely dig the hell out of this: it’s like a crazed mashup of Sesame Street and Mark Millar’s Elseworlds story Superman: Red Son. In Soviet Russia, the Pigeon Does You. Ahem. This is being auctioned for a good cause: On...

Laura Keeble's Graveyard Install

Laura Keeble

Whether it’s a comment on how advertising and corporate icons are pervasive in today’s world or a comment on the death of those same icons, we don’t know, but we dig the work of Laura Keeble. Click through to her site to...

Improv Everywhere: Become a Blueshirt!

Oh, this is amusing: Neighborhoodies is now offering a limited edition blue polo shirt that has the Improv Everywhere logo on it that looks…sorta kinda maybe like a Best Buy uniform shirt. This, of course, is inspired by their classic...

The Gashlycrumb Tribbles

Shaenon Garrity has taken the Star Trek classic episode, “The Trouble With Tribbles,” and showed us what would have happened had it been adapted into illustrated book form… by Edward Gorey. This is almost a perfect morbid...