Published March 26, 2006
History , Humour , markthat , Television , Videos
This pilot by Ben Stiller in 1999 never aired:
“The 30 minute pilot is about an astronaut (played by Jack Black) with a medical secret who is on the run from the evil Ron Silver and the rest of NASA, with the help of a talking motorcycle called Heat Vision (voiced by Owen Wilson).”
Published March 22, 2006
Dokaka is the Japanese beatbox artist whose acapella remakes of well-known songs have earned him a worldwide fan base. No War,but Music!!
Welcome to Dokaka.com!
Published March 21, 2006
Advertising , General
I think this one is pretty self-explanatory. Love the shoes, love the site. Check out the Shoe Finder section. Let’s go shopping! Camper Shoes
So… Sam, the so-called “World’s Ugliest Dog” (winner of the Interational World’s Ugliest Dog pageant for several consecutive years, naturally), is still dead (and probably raising holy heck in puppy heaven or limbo or wherever he ended up).
However, his puppy-widow (yes, even Sam and Hitler had girlfriends) is gunning for his crown in this year’s competition. Check out their blog…
Published March 14, 2006
Imagine my surprise when I came out my front door last night and noticed this huge paw print in my front yard. Give you one guess.
Published March 10, 2006
General , markthat
OCAD student Miles Collyer is exhibiting at the Böhm TradeCenter
(Link to the Exhibition)…
“The balaclavas were more of a long-term collection that started as a kid basically having them to use in the Canadian winters. And then I kept expanding my collection just through an interest in visual associations with simple things like superheroes. I’m a thrift store shopper and these are just things I came across. I worked in a factory that basically sorted used clothing. So the track top was one of millions of garments that would come across my path everyday. I would throw t-shirts in the t-shirt bin and keep the track tops for myself. This work came from a slow progression. It didn’t happen all in one day. It wasn’t my intention to find them. It wasn’t until the project was finished that I realized what I had and what I was working with.”
Found on Art Post and We Make Money Not Art